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Wayne "The Train" Hancock Will Plow Through The Rhythm Room Sunday

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He's been compared to all three Hank Williamses, even recording a live duet of his song "Juke Joint Jumpin'" with Hank Williams The Third:

 

According to his website, Wayne Hancock is a walking musical contradiction: "Steeped in traditional but never 'retro'; bare bones but bone shaking; hardcore but with a swing."

A natural performer, Hancock started writing music at the  age of 12 and won the "Wrangler County Showdown" talent show when he was 18; just before being shipped off to serve four years with The Marines.

If you're itching to enjoy a little good ol' fashion Swing with a modern edge, skedaddle on down to The Rhythm Room Sunday.

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