Synopsis by Alice Duncan
Country music star Hank Williams Jr.'s award-winning concert and interview film, Full Access, was released on video in 1986. This follow-up video gives viewers a look at the making of that film, with "behind the scenes" glimpses of Williams' home in Tennessee and country retreat in Montana, interviews, and performances of some of his most famous songs -- including "My Name is Bocephus," "Family Tradition," "If the South Woulda Won," and "A Country Boy Can Survive." A music video that had not been previously released, called "Born to Boogie," is also featured.
music, behind-the-scenes, performer