Sometimes, we just wanna kick back with some great music from our favorite country artist, like that from Audrey Perry, or Troyal Brooks, or Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr.
Wait, you mean you don't recognize those artists? Well, that's probably because you're more familiar with their current stage names, which they pieced together from nicknames, middle names, and sometimes, names they simply picked on a whim.
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Check out the birth names 17 country music legends below, then get some insight into their favorite songs in the video above.
Hill was born Audrey Faith Perry, but instead goes by her middle name and the surname of her first husband, Dan Hill.
Hank Williams, Jr.
Hank Williams, Jr. — also known as Bocephus — isn't a "junior" at all; his real name is Randall Hank Williams.
LeAnn Rimes, sometimes known as LeAnn Rimes Cibrian, dropped her first name, Margaret, and goes instead by LeAnn, her middle name.
"Drunk On You" singer and co-host of the upcoming ACM Awards Luke Bryan was born Thomas Luther Bryan.
Patsy Cline's birth name was Virginia Patterson Hensley. She adopted the surname "Cline" from Gerald Cline, whom she was married to at the time of her breakthrough hit, "Walkin' After Midnight."
Shania Twain, born Eilleen Regina Edwards, took the surname Twain from her stepfather. The origin of Shania is still up for debate; some say she may have taken it from a wardrobe girl who claimed it was a Native American word meaning "on my way," although that claim has yet to be founded.
Samuel Timothy McGraw was raised as Samuel Timothy Smith until the age of 11, when he learned the identity of his real father, major league pitcher "Tug" McGraw. He eventually shortened his name to Tim McGraw for his professional career.
James Travis Tritt dropped his first name sometime before embarking on his country career.
Naomi Judd named her daughter Christina Claire Ciminella upon birth, taking the surname Ciminella from the girl's stepfather. At 13, Christina was inspired to change her name to Wynonna after hearing it in a song lyric from "Route 66" ("Flagstaff, Arizona/Don't forget Winona").