Saturday, January 9, 2010

Are You Ready For Some NASCAR? Bocephus Should Play Dega

Hank Williams Jr. rarely plays Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. But last night, as part of NASCAR Sound and Speed, Bocephus took that venerable stage and wowed fans and drivers with what I've heard was one heckuva show.

And the crowd went even wilder when Williams tore open his shirt at the end of his encore to reveal he was wearing an Alabama Football tee underneath.

Roll Tide!

So here's my plan - get the folks at Talladega Superspeedway to book a Bocephus concert for April's race. What better star to entertain the whiskey-bent partiers on Talladega Boulevard than the original country boy who's always got Dixie on his mind?

Just put him in a Crimson Tide shirt, give him a stage and let 'er rip. Cause Dega is one place where nobody rowdies on down.

Photo info: Hank Williams Jr. performs at the Ryman during Sound and Speed - photos courtesy of @NASCARsays via Twitter.

1 comment:

  1. Makes a lot of sense to me! When you go to Talledega,most of the music you hear in the vehicles is Bocephus!!!