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Hank III and Side X Side Action Magazine featured on LAWeekly.com

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Be sure to check out http://blogs.laweekly.com/play/interviews/...-outlaw-hank/.  Hank III was reciently interviewed by LA Weekly at the Kawasaki Battle of the Builders in Glen Helen.

The interview talks about his experience as a test driver and his new album that is in stores now.

Be sure to check back soon as we post the detailed information on Battle [...]

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