What's happening New Year's Eve at Cacapon State Park in Berkeley Springs, W.Va.?
"It's Hank Fest, man," says David "Spike" Moore.
"Hank Fest" is a celebration of the life and music of country music legend Hank Williams, who died nearly 50 years ago in West Virginia (Jan. 1, 1953).
The songs of the 20-year-old Alabama-born Williams - "Cold, Cold Heart," "Your Cheatin' Heart," "Hey, Good-Looking" and "Jambalaya" - live on.
Moore and his Saddle Pals - Thommy Burns and Maynard Sheppard - will open the show.
By day, Moore has a "real job" as manager of the Sideling Hill Exhibit Center a few miles west of Hancock, but he's been playing music since he was 9 and owns a Berkeley Springs recording studio.