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Jett Williams (born Antha Belle Jett on January 6, 1953) is an Americancountry music performer. Jett is the daughter of country music icon Hank Williams, Sr. and Bobbie Jett, whose brief relationship with Hank Williams occurred between his two marriages. She is a posthumous child; her birth in Montogomery AL occurred five days after her father's death. She was legally adopted by Hank Williams' mother Lillian Williams in December 1954. Lillian renamed her Catherine Yvonne Stone. After Lillian died in 1955 the young Cathy was made a ward of the state of Alabama< and subsequently adopted by new parents who renamed her Cathy Louise Deupree.

In 1990 she published her autobiography Ain't Nothin' as Sweet as My Baby.

In February 2005 the Tennessee Court of Appeals upheld a lower court ruling stating that Hank Williams' heirs — son Randall Hank Williams and daughter Jett Williams — have the sole rights to sell his old recordings made for a Nashville radio station in the early '50s. The court rejected claims made by Polygram Records and Legacy Entertainment in releasing recordings Williams made for the "Mother's Best Flour Show," a program that originally aired on WSM. The recordings, which Legacy Entertainment acquired in 1997, include live versions of Williams' hits and his cover version of other songs. Polygram contended that Williams' contract with MGM Records, which Polygram now owns, gave them rights to release the radio recordings. In October 2008 a selection of the "Mother's Best" recordings were released by Time-Life as Hank Williams: The Unreleased Recordings. Williams toured with the current touring version of the Drifting Cowboys. (Wikipedia)

Her own website: http://www.jettwilliams.com/

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