People Gather in Montgomery for Hank Williams' 90th Birthday

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By Kristen Fisher

People from all over the country were in the Capital City Saturday  to remember the legendary country singer Hank Williams.

Every year on Williams' birthday there's a special ceremony at his gravesite to honor and remember the legacy that he left behind.

He would have turned 90 years old today.

People have been coming to Hank Williams grave since his death but it has become an official tradition in the last 15 years

This isn't the only day of the year when people gather to honor the country singer.

They also make the trip on January 1st which is the anniversary of Hank Williams' death at 29 years old.
 
    

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