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Hilary Williams, Granddaughter of Hank Williams, to Release New Album

Hilary Williams, granddaughter of Hank Williams and daughter of Hank Williams Jr., will release her debut album on May 25.

The album, My Lucky Scars, was inspired by a serious car accident Williams and her sister, recording artist Holly Williams, were involved in. The 2006 accident left Hilary Williams with life-threatening injuries. The forthcoming record was inspired by the incident and her recovery.

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Williams produced the album with John Would and Lincoln Parish. Williams co-wrote eight of the album's 12 tracks, teaming up with heavy-hitting songwriters Natalie Hemby, Shane McAnally, Josh Osbourne and John Paul White of the Civil Wars. The album also features an appearance by Ricky Skaggs.

'My Lucky Scars' Tracklist:

  1. "Angel, Take My Hand"
  2. "Beautiful Things"
  3. "Free"
  4. "Bedside Manner"
  5. "Better Than Here"
  6. "The Day After the Circus"
  7. "Let Somebody Save Me"
  8. "My Lucky Scars"
  9. "Sign of Life"
  10. "River"
  11. "Shipwreck"
  12. "Crazy"

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