Mostly Credited As: Hank Williams Sometimes Credited As: Hank Williams I Hank Williams Sr. Luke the Drifter The Drifting Cowboys Drifting Cowboys
Birth Name: Hiram King Williams Date Of Birth: September 17, 1923 (Age 29) Country Of Birth: USA Birth Place: Georgiana, Alabama Date Of Death: January 01, 1953 Cause Of Death: Death caused by injection of B12 (Cyanocobalamin) Height: 6' (1.82 m)
Hank Williams died at the age of 30 and was born on September 17, 1923.
He is 6' (1.82 m) tall and was born in Georgiana, Alabama (USA). Hank Williams died on January 01, 1953
He died in Cyanocobalamin (Death caused by injection of B12).
Many of his songs have been covered over the years by a variety of musicians including; Jerry Lee Lewis (Cold, Cold Heart & You Win Again), Elvis Presley, Norah Jones, Huey Lewis & the News (Honky Tonk Blues) & Johnny Cash. His son Hank Williams Jr., daughter Jett Williams, grandson Hank Williams III, granddaughters Hilary Williams and Holly Williams are also country musicians. Hank was born with a mild, undiagnosed, form of spina bifida occulta. Hank died due to an injection of B12. B12 is one of the eight B Vitamins. The reason these eight vitamins are grouped together is as they were previously thought to be one vitamin but turned out to be more than one; all of which are involved in similar things within the human body.