Rowdy Friends  to rock  Cherokee Park

Eric Morrow, as Hank Williams Jr., performs with his band All My Rowdy Friends.

The Fourth of July Celebration at Cherokee Park is going to be just a little bit rowdier this year.

The headlining band is the the one and only ultimate Hank Williams Jr. tribute show, All My Rowdy Friends.

Blessed with a natural resemblance to Hank Jr. and a persona built on the legendary musician’s sound and stage presence, Frank Morrow keeps the “family tradition” alive.

With the look and sound of “Bocephus,” audiences are blown away by the act based in Eastern North Carolina.

Touring since 2009, All My Rowdy Friends has a fan base that is nationwide. Morrow keeps the music of Hank Jr. performed with the same concert originality and high energy show of the actual concert as you would see from Hank Jr. today.

Morrow and friends have performed in places in a wide variety of venues and have opened for The Outlaws, The Black Hawks, Craig Campbell, Aaron Tippin, Eric Beddingfield, LoCash, Tobi Lee & Mustang Sally, and Colt Ford just to name a few.