After the first scheduled performance was rained out for the Hank Williams Jr. Tribute Band at Rushville's Amphitheater, the band returns to Rushville this weekend to take the stage on Saturday, Sept. 11. 
Spectators can expect lead singer Frank Morrow with his natural Hank Williams Jr. appearance, sound and stage presence to give a performance only second to the legendary Hank Williams Jr., himself.  

Morrow has been touring nationally with his band "All My Rowdy Friends" since 2009 and has gained a nationwide fan base. 
"We have been as far as San Diego, California, to Illinois, Iowa, Upper New York and down to Louisiana, Florida and, well, pretty much every state in between," said Morrow in his smooth southern accent. Of course, that is no surprise when learning "All My Rowdy Friends" is the only Hank Williams Jr. Tribute band in the United States. 

Not only does the band headline, but have also opened for The Outlaws, The Black Hawks, Craig Campbell, Aaron Tippin, Eric Beddingfield, LoCash, Tobi Lee & Mustang Sally, and Colt Ford, just to name a few.
The band setlist is one a true Hank Williams Jr. fan will enjoy.
“We sing only Hank Williams Jr. songs other than a few re-recordings of Hank Williams Sr.," Marrow said. "Or we might perform a song he (Hank Williams Jr.) sang in concert that wasn't his."

The incredibly talented band consists of 7 musicians from North Carolina who perform, Waylon Jennings, Charlie Daniels, Miranda Lambert, Gretchen Wilson, Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt, Carrie Underwood, Dolly Parton, David Allen Coe and even Stevie Nicks. The Hank Williams Jr. Tribute Band was rated the number one band at the Ray Price Capital City Bike Fest in North Carolina, and the band was the winner of the 2011 Charlotte Music Awards for" Best Country Tribute Band."

Morrow had a message for Rushville, "Come out ready to have a great time!" The performance will begin at 7 p.m.