Hank Williams was a part of the Greatest Generation demographic cohort.
Hank Williams was not a boomer. The boomer generation started in 1945, whereas he was born in 1923.
That is a 22 year difference!
The "boomer" label is often applied to older people by mistake.
His real name was Hiram Williams.
He was a Country & Western singer who released a number of Top 10 songs.
His nicknames / aliases were: "Luke the Drifter" and "The Hillbilly Shakespeare"
Hank Williams was around 6 foot tall. In centimeters, his height was 183 cm.
This means that he was noticeably taller than the average American male.
See also: Celebrities who are 6 foot.
If he were still alive today, he would be 100 years old.
He died 70 years, 8 months, and 19 days ago.
He was born on a Monday.
He died on a Thursday.
He died in January 1953, which was over 70 years ago. Seven decades have passed since his death. That's over half a century.
To put that into perspective.
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