Her grandfather is Hank Williams and her dad is Hank Williams Jr. It's a legacy Holly Williams does mighty proud on one of the year's best country albums. She addresses her family on "Mama," about how her mother didn't let marital problems come between father and daughter. Elsewhere, she delivers a killer kiss-off on the rock-tinged "Keep the Change": "I've paid my dues, honey/ You can keep the change."
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