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Hank Williams "Your Cheatin Heart" 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover Photo

Williams, Hank Your Cheatin Heart 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover Photo
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Williams, Hank "Your Cheatin Heart" 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover Photo
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Williams, Hank Your Cheatin Heart 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover PhotoWilliams, Hank Your Cheatin Heart 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover PhotoWilliams, Hank Your Cheatin Heart 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover PhotoWilliams, Hank Your Cheatin Heart 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover PhotoWilliams, Hank Your Cheatin Heart 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover PhotoWilliams, Hank Your Cheatin Heart 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover PhotoWilliams, Hank Your Cheatin Heart 1952 Sheet Music Signed Autograph Cover Photo
Hank Williams-"Your Cheatin Heart"-1952-Acuff Rose-sheet music.Hank Williams was one of the superstars of modern country music when he died in 1953, at the age of 29. He began his career as a teenager in Montgomery, Alabama and began forming his own band, the Drifting Cowboys, around 1940. A recording session in Nashville in 1946 led to an MGM contract in 1947, and that year Williams had his first big hit, "Move It on Over." By 1950 he was a touring and recording star, and his blend of blues and country drew fans from beyond the country music scene. Williams was born with a spinal problem, and surgery in 1951 only made things worse. He began taking painkillers and was earning a reputation as an unreliable drunk (the Grand Ole Opry fired him after three years, in 1952), but he was still popular with fans and continued to record a string of hit songs, including "Lovesick Blues," "Hey, Good Lookin'," "Cold, Cold Heart," "Your Cheatin' Heart," "Jambalaya" and "Honky Tonk Blues." On his way to a concert in Ohio he died in the back seat of his Cadillac while a companion was driving. The sheet music has been autographed on the front cover by Hank Williams with a fountain pen in blue.................BOTH SHEET MUSIC AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.