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Hank’s Cocktail Bar is our fun baby sister located in the DC neighborhood of Petworth. Join us for tasty craft cocktails, delicious burgers and friendly staff.

Timing is everything and Hank Williams came and went at precisely the right time. Country music was a cottage industry at the time of his arrival, yet, just a few years after his death, it was shaking off its “hillbilly” image. An artist as unapologetically rural as Hank Williams would have been shown the door. Elvis Presley appeared on the Grand Ole Opry just two years after Hank was dismissed, and Nashville’s response to Elvis was to nurture artists who could cross between country and pop, leading to the birth of the Nashville Sound. Hank Williams didn’t belong in the Nashville Sound era, but his tragically early death spared him the indignity of trying. Instead, his songs have lived on, reintrepreted by artists as diverse as Bob Dylan, jazz diva Norah Jones, crooner Perry Como, R&B star Dinah Washington, and British punk band, The The.

Bob Belcher, along with his wife and 3 children, try to run their last hope of holding the family together, which is running Bob's dream restaurant.

Charles Carr drove the cadillac to the emergency room entrance where two orderlies picked Hank up by the armpits and feet and carried him into Oak Hill Hospital Emergency Room. Hank was pronounced deat at 7:00am January 1, 1953 by Dr. Diego Nunnari. The doctor concluded Hank had probably died some six hours earlier, but he could not determine the time of death with any certainty. Hanks body was then taken across the street to the Tyree Funeral Home where an autopsy was performed. Dr. Iven Malinin who performed the autopsy was a Russian intern who spoke almost no english. His report noted needle marks in Williams' arms, bruises on various parts of the body, a welt on his forehead and hemorrhages in the heart and neck. The official cause of death was attributed to acute right ventricular dialation, an unusual conclusion, meaning that his heart just stopped beating. Traces of alcohol but no drugs were found in his blood, probably because they hadnt looked for them. Death Certificate

Starring Hank Azaria
Featuring Dan Patrick, Joe Buck & Rich Eisen
Also Featured: Lawrence Pressman and Andrew Hill Newman
Written by Christopher Kula, Hank Azaria, David Pressman, Mike Bunin, Andrew Hill Newman, Matt Levin, Joel Bishoff, John Ales
Produced by Mike Farah, Chris Bruss & Corey Sklov
Director of Photography: Brad Schulz, John Ales & Kevin Stewart
Edited by: Brad Schulz
Visual Effects: Trevor Gilchrist
Sound: BoTown Sound
Makeup: Kat Bardot
Wardrobe: Diane Herlofsky
Production Design: Alexi Gomez, Rachel Ferrara & Katie Byron
Gaffer: Ricky Fosheim
G&E: David Cronin
Production Assistant: Andrew Grissum
Special Thanks: Harlan Hendrickson, Cat Belanger, The Los Angeles Dodgers and Dodger Stadium

We are blessed to have as many Hank Williams songs as we do, he was only 29 years old when he died. It's impossible to imagine what his repertoire would have been like had he lived another 10, 20 or 30 years. Copy and paste A Mansion on the Hill lyrics and chords, you'll enjoy singing and playing this super old song.

At Hank’s Oyster Bar patrons enjoy coastal favorites and New England beach fare classics like lobster rolls, daily fish specials and meat ‘n’ two.

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