Country Music Hall of Fame inducts Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart and Dean Dillon

It took 57 years from the release of his first Hank Williams Jr. single to become a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. His induction speech lasted less than two minutes.

Williams, an avid hunter, opened by celebrating the start of the deer season. He said that many people to thank “know who they are”, and closed by referring to several of his classic songs.

“All my noisy friends is it so coming tonight. I was born to dance, and this … “

He turned to point to his newly discovered plaque, which will now hang in the museum’s famous rotunda.

“… it’s a ‘family tradition.’

Williams, country torchbearer Marty Stuart and master songwriter Dean Dillon were inducted Sunday during the annual Hall of Fame medallion ceremony.

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