A guy who has had hit songs like "All My Rowdy Friends(Are Comin' Over Tonight). "Born To Boogie" and "Family Tradition", must know a thing or two about a great drinkin' song. He is Hank Williams Jr. and he does.

Williams was a fixture on radio in the 80's with his hard drivin' southern country rock sound. His concerts were a party as he won the CMA's entertainer of the year award two straight years in 1987 and 1988.

The next year on 1989, Hank Jr. scored his first Grammy award with a duet he did with his late father Hank Williams Sr.

It was a song that was recorded back around 1950 and never released. Through modern technology, Hank Sr.'s vocals were taken off the record and Hank Jr. sang along and his band filled in the parts.

Check out the video where is looks like Hank Sr. and Hank Jr. are singing together, side by side.

Hank Williams Jr. and "thirsty Thursday".