Not only can Chris Janson rock the stage with current music, he does one hell of a job performing the classics. During the Opry Country Classics series in Nashville, Janson decided to perform "Your Cheatin' Heart" made famous by Hank Williams

The March 9th Opry Country Classics kickoff show featured songs from the catalog of late Opry great Dottie West. Along with those songs, performers performed other classic Opry hits too. Janson decided to break out Hank Williams:

"Your Cheatin' Heart" was written by Williams in 1952, then released in January 1953. Propelled by Williams' recent death during a trip to a New Year's concert in Canton, Ohio, the song became an instant success. This song was part of Williams' last recording session before his death.

Chris Janson is the headliner for FrogFest 29, presented by White’s Farm Supply. Along with Janson, enjoy music from  Alexandria Corn, Eddie Arcuri, Lonesome Dove & Tompkins Drive. Before the music, enjoy bull riding, great food, shopping and activities for the whole family. Tickets are NOW ON SALE.


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