Clipped From The Montgomery Advertiser

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 - "-,. "-,. "-,. : HANK WILLIAMS Williams No. 4...
"-,. "-,. "-,. : HANK WILLIAMS Williams No. 4 On 'Hit Parade' A boy, who a dozen years ago hawked peanuts on Court Square, Montgomery, has climbed to the No. 4 spot in the nation's Hillbilly Hillbilly Hit Parade. The boy is Hank Williams, WSFA staff artist. Williams is the leading hillbilly hillbilly artist for MGM records and one of his discs, released a bare six weeks ago, made the No. 4 spot in Billboard Magazine's Most Played Juke Box Kecords. The tune, incidentally, titled, Move It On Over, was also written by Hank. The three records ahead of Hank's opus are "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke"; Jo Stafford's assault on "Temptation, and another folk tune, "It's A Sin."

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  1. The Montgomery Advertiser,
  2. 10 Aug 1947, Sun,
  3. Page 3

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