He Does Hank at Four Years Old

Saturday, February 27, 2010
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I can’t imagine the poise it took for this child to get on stage in front of all those people and perform with Hank Williams, Jr.


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3 Responses to He Does Hank at Four Years Old

  1. Jeannie Queenie says:

    February 28th, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    No doubt about it…this kid is talented and a looker on top of it, but
    here’s hoping the parents have more brains than Michael Jackson’s father.
    I pose a question..Why blow up Johnnie’s little head…don’t we have enough ego
    maniacs in our midst…competition is good, but why can’t we let kids be kids,
    and not make them into mini adults craving adulation at
    the altar of parent’s egos. It’s more than sad to live vicariously through a kids talents, beauty or athletic ability. Like parents at
    little league games excoriating their kids for not winning…or even
    punching other parents during a game.
    Ask little Jon Benet, long gone from our memory, about her choice in being
    a mini sex symbol for a mother lamenting her own loss of

    beauty as a former model—it killed her daughter.

    Living here in New England I have observed these boorish parents who
    make scenes in stores…”look how bright my kid is.” You find them in Cambridge/Harvard Square where bookstores cater even to the Ivy Leaguer’s
    kids. I recall the time I saw this guy at the back of a store
    asking his five yr old daughter to answer questions from a book he held. Speaking in a loud obnoxious tone for all to hear hear, as he managed to elicit from his little Cambridgian girl/future feminist all the correct answers. He gloated at this brilliant specimen of childhood.

    Someday she would be another feminist just like her corporate climbing mommy who rode
    the feminist movement, and like all movements, generally go right down the toilet. But her dad
    spoke loudly for everyone in the store to hear..that’s all that matters. Proud as a peacock, he, and bored to tears, she, just plain bored and not knowing she was a pawn for dad.

  2. liberranter says:

    March 1st, 2010 at 11:28 am

    Good comments, Jeannie. Although Hunter is now almost nineteen years old and hopefully has adapted to the fame he achieved as a toddler, the dangers of early fame and fortune are all too real. I really believe that there’s a special place in hell reserved for parents who live vicariously through their kids. A particularly white-heat section is reserved for those parents, especially mothers, who put their little toddler daughters into those wretched toddler beauty pageants (remember JonBenet Ramsey?). THAT is the ultimate form of child abuse! More than a few Little League parents also have incinerator rooms with their names already engraved on them (this is one reason why I’ve actively discouraged my daughter from enrolling my grandson in Little League).

    If his Wikipedia biography is at all accurate, Hunter Hayes is apparently still a musical force to be reckoned with as a young adult, at least in the genre of Country Western and Cajun music.

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