Listen To Jack White Sing An Unrecorded Hank Williams Song

Jack White channels Hank Williams’ twang in this wonderful version of an unrecorded song from the master’s lost notebooks.

When Hank died at 29 he left behind a notebook of unrecorded songs. A new project has modern artists doing their versions of those songs, and the line up includes Bob Dylan and Sheryl Crow. The line-up isn't hugely inspiring, honestly, but Jack White has tackled a song and it's pretty great. White brings his own voice to Hank's style, and the backing steel guitar is just gorgeous. What's cool is that this is so identifiably a Hank Williams song, and White does it serious justice.

You can listen to the song here at Rolling Stone.

Here's the full track listing of The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams

Alan Jackson "You've Been Lonesome, Too" Bob Dylan "The Love That Faded" Norah Jones "How Many Times Have You Broken My Heart?" Jack White "You Know That I Know" Lucinda Williams "I'm So Happy I Found You" Vince Gill and Rodney Crowell "I Hope You Shed a Million Tears" Patty Loveless "You're Through Fooling Me" Levon Helm "You'll Never Again Be Mine" Holly Williams "Blue Is My Heart" Jakob Dylan "Oh, Mama, Come Home" Sheryl Crow "Angel Mine" Merle Haggard "The Sermon on the Mount"