Hank Williams Jr. Tribute: All My Rowdy Friends
With his natural Hank Jr. appearance, sound and stage presence, frontman, Frank Morrow keeps the “Family Tradition” alive and does what no one else does better when it comes to portraying Hank Williams Jr.! With the look and sound of “Bocephus,” you and your audience will be blown away by “All My Rowdy Friends” Tribute Show!
“Is that Hank Jr?” That’s what Hank Jr. fans are saying when they’ve seen Frank Morrow walk into the room! With his natural look and vocals, Frank’s amazing resemblance and impersonation of Hank Jr. creates a presence on stage and off that leaves audiences wondering if it was a tribute act, or did they just see “Bocephus” live and up close!
“All My Rowdy Friends” doesn’t stop with just a 90 minute all Hank Jr. show. This show includes anything you may see at a real Hank Jr. concert! The band’s on stage chemistry and experience creates a performance second to none! They have an impressive list of Hank Jr. and other covers from songs of the south if you like variety with a show that keeps fans coming back for more!
The Nations One and Only Hank Williams Jr. Tribute show, “All My Rowdy Friends” band features Frank Morrow! From the east coast to the west coast, to the cornfields of Iowa, the beaches of Florida, and the bijou country of Lousiana, Frank has brought his Hank Jr. show to audiences everywhere since 2009!
Since winning Best Country Tribute Act in 2011, at The Charlotte Music Awards, Frank has performed in theaters, casinos, bike rallies, festivals, nightclubs, and private corporate events. Performing as a headliner act in addition to opening for The Outlaws, The Black Hawks, Aaron Tippin, Craig Campbell, Eric Beddingfield, LoCash, Mustang Sally Band, and Colt Ford just to name a few.
“All My Rowdy Friends – the Ultimate Tribute to Hank Williams Jr. The lead looks and sounds just like Hank Jr. with a strong band behind him. We believe this is the only Hank Jr. act in the country. The band is based in North Carolina.” Andy Nagle – La Jolla
“Last year, All My Rowdy Friends came all the way to Turkey Creek Louisiana to play for a company party. These guys were awesome. Not only was the music great but the guys in the band are all great people. I still stay in contact with them to this day as we are hoping to get them back in 2014! I highly recommend them. They are awesome musicians, great people, and to this day, some great friends. Book them if you can. You will not regret them.” Danny Kaspar – T and D Solutions
“All My Rowdy Friends” played at the Whiskey Room this crisp and cold night. I was fortunate to catch a few of their final set tunes. A Hank Williams, Jr. tribute band, their lead singer/spoon player Frank Morrow bears a strong resemblance to ole’ Bocephus. With a “get off your ass and jam” country rockin’ attitude, Morrow clearly knows his subject well. Powered in part by hot guitar lickin’ Tommy “Too Tall” Evans, a super guitarist and driving force, the band clearly has talent among its members. AMRF boasts a killer lineup in guitarist Tommy Redd (Nantucket), Donald “Rowdy” Riggs on drums and Shelby Wall on bass. All are musically riding high and at the tops of their games. Sandi Morrow added a feminine mystique with her contributions on miscellaneous percussion. Cheryl – Raleigh Music Scene
“Frank Morrow is unique in his portrayal of Hank Williams Jr. With his REALISTIC and NATURAL Hank Jr. looks, sound and attitude, Frank even partys like Bocephus!!!” Jeff Isom – Full Throttle Bar
“Town Concert Brings Hank Williams, Jr. Tribute Band” “All My Rowdy Friends” is a one-of-a-kind Hank Williams Jr. tribute band!” “Morrow both looks like and sounds like Hank Williams Jr!” Rebecca Putterman – Clayton News-Star”Sure looked like Ol Hank!” “All My Rowdy Friends” Hank Williams Jr. Tribute Band performs at SBB. Old tradition, southern style Hank Williams Jr. band performs at Suck Bang Blow. susank – Myrtle Beach Online
Wow… Is all I can say… I have been a HANK….since back in the mid 80’s and I gotta say….this guy is awesome… I’ve never seen him…but I def…am going to… – Tammy Taylor Murdock