127 Rose Avenue

127 Rose Avenue
127 Rose Avenue Hank Williams Jr.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 16, 2009
ProducerDoug Johnson
Hank Williams, Jr.
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Singles from 127 Rose Avenue
  1. "Red, White & Pink-Slip Blues"
    Released: April 15, 2009
  2. "Farm Song"
    Released: 2009
  3. "All the Roads"
    Released: 2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

127 Rose Avenue is the fifty-first studio album from country music singer Hank Williams, Jr. This album was released June 16, 2009 on Curb Records, his last for the label. It includes the single "Red, White & Pink Slip Blues", which peaked at #43 on the U.S. country singles charts shortly before the album's release. The album title "127 Rose Avenue" is a reference to the boyhood home of Hank Williams Sr in Georgiana, AL. One of the co-writers Bud McGuire was inspired after a visit to the home, whose actual address is 127 Rose Street. The album debuted at #7 on the Billboard country chart.

Track listing[]

1."Farm Song"Rick L. Arnold, Hank Williams, Jr.3:51
2."Red, White & Pink Slip Blues"Mark Stephen Jones, Bud Tower4:17
3."High Maintenance Woman"Hank Williams, Jr.4:27
4."Mighty Oak Trees"Don Poythress, John Scott Sherrill3:14
5."Forged By Fire"Darryl Burgess, Ron Hellard3:53
6."Last Driftin' Cowboy"Hank Williams, Jr.3:04
7."127 Rose Avenue"Bud McGuire, Ray Hood, Kim Williams4:09
8."All the Roads"Hank Williams, Jr.3:08
9."Sounds Like Justice"Phil Barnhart, Carson Chamberlain, Michael White3:57
10."Long Gone Lonesome Blues"Hank Williams6:06
11."Gulf Shore Road"Hank Williams, Jr.4:10




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  4. ^ "Hank Williams Jr. Chart History (Top Country Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved December 9, 2020.
  5. ^ "Top Country Albums – Year-End 2009". Billboard. Retrieved December 9, 2020.