|Celebrated Name:||Hanks William III|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Hanks William III|
|Age:||51 years old as of today’s date 25th October 2021. His height is 1.93 m tall, and his weight is 60 kg.
William made his first appearance at Nashville’s farmed Grand Ole Opry at the age of 11. He started out playing drums in punk rock bands where he stayed for ten years, and later on, he signed a contract with Nashville, Tennessee, music industry giant Curb Records.
He released “Three Hanks: Men With Broken Hearts” in 1996, where he applied studio technology that enabled Hank, Hank Jr, and Hank III to sing together. “Risin Outlaw” was his first album on his own that he released in 1999 though the label denied to release his album where he went on to file the case against the curb records and after the court decision in favor of Hank they continued with their collaboration, and after two years he released “Lovesick, Broke & Driftin.”
He worked as a drummer for Southern hardcore punk band, Arson Anthem, and as a bassist for super Joint Ritual. An album titled ”Thrown Out of the Bar” was ready for release. However, Curb Records opted not to release it for reasons not known, but it was reworked into Straight to Hell and released it on Curb’s rock imprint, Bruce.
In 2009 he released his punk-metal album called “Ass Jack” and another album entitled “Rebel Within’ after one year and paved its way to number 20 in Billboard magazine. In 2011 he formed his own label named Hank 3 records and released an album “Long Gone Daddy in 2012. Some of his studio albums that he released in different years include A Fiendish Threat in 2013, Brothers of the 4*4 in 2013, Attention Deficit Domination in 2011, 3 Bar Ranch Cattle Callin, Ghost to a Ghost/Gutter Town and Hillbilly Joker in 2011, Rebel Within in 2010, Damn Right, Rebel Proud in 2008 and Lovesick, Broke and Driftin in 2002.
Williams III played drums for Arson Anthem alongside Mike Williams and Phil Anselmo of the band Eyehategod. In 2014 the previous record Curbs Records released a new album that contained unreleased material that Hank 3 recorded while on their label “Ramblin Man” under Hank William III. In 2015, Curb Records released his unreleased album titled “Take As Needed For Pain,” and after two years, he released a Greatest Hits album, which featured select tracks from Hanks 3’ first four albums which were released by the Curb Records. He also co-hosted a satellite radio show with Alamo Jones, where he stated: “Been have to rebuild Camp.”
Awards & Achievements
Hank 3 was honored with Ameripolitan Award for best outlaw male for his contribution to music.
Net Worth & Salary of Hanks William III in 2021
As of October 2021, Hank 3 has an estimated net worth $2 million. He has earned most of his wealth from his music career. He has managed to release 11 studio albums together with 5 for Curb Records. This has contributed to much of his wealth. He has his own YouTube channel.
Hank is legendary from the family, where he took the music passion and perfected his profession to the extent of earning fame globally. He followed into the footsteps of his predecessors, and he was able to make a name for himself in the music industry.