Hank Williams' grandson is the spitting image of the late legend

It's safe to say that the late and legendary Hank Williams Sr. left a mark on his son, Hank Williams Jr. – a musical mark, that is.

And, it turns out the same thing goes for his grandson, (Hank Jr.'s kid) Hank III.

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Though Hank III is the child of the burly bearded "Family Tradition" singer, he bares a strong resemblance to his granddaddy.

In this clip, Hank III is shown performing Hank Sr.'s song, "My Sweet Love Ain't Around." For his performance, he dons his grandfather's signature suit and tie, which fits perfectly on his tall, lanky figure. Aside from his appearance, his vocals practically match his grandpa's, too!

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NASHVILLE - CIRCA 1948: Country singer Hank Williams poses for a portrait circa 1948 in Nashville Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
Circa 1945, Full-length portrait of American country singer and songwriter Hank Williams (1923 - 1953) holding a guitar, 1940s. (Photo by Getty Images)
NASHVILLE - CIRCA 1948: Hank Williams and Audrey Williams pose for a portrait circa 1949 in Nashville Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
(Original Caption) USA: Hank Williams, 'King of the Hillbillies', the great folksinger, who died at the age of twenty-nine of a heart attack, on January 1, 1953 was composer of a number of hit songs, such as 'Cold, Cold Heart', 'Jambalaya' and 'Lovesick Blues'. Years after his death his records are still bestsellers. (Photo by George Rinhart/Corbis via Getty Images)
(Original Caption) Hank Williams, 'King of the Hillbillies,' a candid shot taken during a square dance appearance. (Photo by George Rinhart/Corbis via Getty Images)
NASHVILLE - CIRCA 1948: Country singer Hank Williams poses for a portrait behind a WSM microphone in circa 1948 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
American country singer-songwriter Hank Williams (1923 - 1953) with his family, in Nashville Tennessee, 1949. Left to right: musician Audrey Williams (1923 - 1975) , her daughter from her first marriage, Lycretia Williams, Hank Williams Jr. and Hank Williams Sr. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)
NASHVILLE - CIRCA 1950: Hank Williams and the Drifting Cowboys (L-R Don Helms, Bob McNett, Hank Williams, Jerry Rivers and Hillous Butrum) pose for a promotional photo at the studios of WSM Radio circa 1950 in Nashville Tennesee. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
UNSPECIFIED - JANUARY 01: (AUSTRALIA OUT) Photo of Don HELMS and Hank WILLIAMS; Hank Williams and Don Helms (R) (Photo by GAB Archive/Redferns)
An MGM promotional photograph of country western music star Hank Williams who is to appear at the Arena with the Grand Ole Opry troupe on Thanksgiving Day, Cleveland, Ohio, November 15, 1951. (Photo by Underwood Archives/Getty Images)
UNSPECIFIED - OCTOBER 18: (AUSTRALIA OUT) Photo of Hank Williams and Billie Jean Williams (nee Billie Jean Jones Eshlimar) on their wedding day October 18 1952 (Photo by GAB Archive/Redferns)

"Paying a little respect to old hiram Hank Williams today," he says before wailing out the classic tune, "so here we go."

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Then, backed by a fiddle and steel guitar player, the young prodigy leans into the vintage microphone and delivers the 1940s song lyrics. Yep! We're sure old Hank would've done it that way!

According to Hank III's Facebook page, the performance took place in 2010 on the set of The Marty Stuart Show. He also performed "Howlin' At The Moon," "Pictures From Life's Other Side," and "Hillbilly Fever."

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