Topic: The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams
Hank Williams died in the back of a car at the young age of 29. He was know to write down lyrics on hotel stationary, napkins or a notebook he carried around with him. These unfinished works were put into a vault at Sony/ATV music. In 2006 a janitor found the works in a dumpster, the same notebook, stationary, and napkins that were in the car with him the night he died.
These unfinished lyrics and some of the notated works have brought together artists such as Alan Jackson, Jakob Dylan, Levon Helms Sheryl Crow, Rodney Crowell, Lucinda Williams, Jack White, Norah Jones, and yes even Bob Dylan himself. Agree or disagree that these works should have never been finished by anyone is up for debate, I would think some would think they should be placed under glass in a museum somewhere, but never the less they were finished by these other artists.
Here is the link to the story and even some clips of the music itself that might have otherwise never been heard had it not been for the janitor who found them in the dumpster.
Pay attention to the open sky
You never know what will be coming down