i think the review in rollingstone was very bad dont see how they can compare skynard to toby keith in anyway, shape or form after all skynard wrote there song red white an blue how about it toby who wrote your song
>>By tinker (Monday, 9 Jun 2003 01:52)
ALL YA"LL THAT LIKE LYNARD SKYNARD ARE GREAT,BUT THE PEOPLE WHERE I LIVE LIKE THEM MORE,PROBABLY BECAUSE THEY ARE FROM MY HOME TOWN RIGHT HERE IN JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.THE MEMBERS THAT DIED ARE BURIED BY THE ORANGE PARK MALL.LYNARD SKYNARD"MAY THEY REST IN PEACE AND ENJOY "THE GREAT BIG GIG IN THE SKY"
>>By duey dude (Friday, 13 Jun 2003 07:24)
HE THERE BROTHERES AND SISTERS
I MISS YA ALL, I WILL SEE YAS UP THERE
MAY THE FAMILY KEEP GROWING
AND THE MUSIC KEEP FLOWING
A LIFETIME OF CONNECTION AND MY HEART IS OVERFLOWING
I LOVE YA ALL
I THANK YOU AGAIN, PEACE BE WITH YOU
>>By BUCKY (Wednesday, 25 Jun 2003 19:03)
Great band. One of my all time favorites. Very few others out there can match the awsome drive that their music had.
Sweet Home Alabama, Tuesday's Gone, Simple Man, Call Me the Breeze (cover), Workin' for MCA, I Ain't the One, Saturday Night Special, The Needle and the Spoon, and of course Freebird (esp live) stand out as some of my favorites.
To say this band didn't influence rock and roll or America as a whole is a sad fallacy. And this is coming from someone completely outside of any southern influences (18 year old Northern Californian in an urban enviornment). It's a shame I was never alive to see them live in their prime back in 76. The immortality of their sound and its ability to transcend a generation is testament to their greatness.
>>By Matt (Friday, 27 Jun 2003 11:08)
caught the skynyrd gig at the the n.e.c in birmingham england.
all i can say is awesome totally awesome.
and the new album kicks the crap out of anything iv'e heard for about the past 10 years.come back and see us again ...and make it soon.
respect to ya'wl wolf
>>By wolfie (Tuesday, 1 Jul 2003 09:59)
does anyone know the names of all that perished in the plane crash? is there a book about the band or a CD that is dedicated to them after the crash? I grew up with the band in the 70's and am 50 now......they were truly gifted rock/blues musicians that inspired and touched many and still do.....I just recently got nostalgic for the original group and cant remember who actually all perished......thanks and may they be with Jesus and all the other great musicians
>>By tina (Friday, 25 Jul 2003 21:40)
I was at the 25th anniversary for KZ 106 in Chattanooga TN in 2003. I haven't had that much fun in a very long time. Skynyrd and 38 Special were just outstanding!!! The rain didn't matter to anyone. We were there to see and hear Lynyrd Skynyrd period. 38 opened and then Skynyrd came on and just kicked ass!!!! Music played and performed like it should be!!! I hope you guys come back to the TN area again soon. I WILL BE THERE! :) Great show and a great time for everybody! Thanks guys!!!!
>>By OD (Sunday, 11 Jan 2004 18:11)
I have the original Street Survivors album, with the flames. Can anyone tell me how many were released before the accident and the flames were blacked out? I found it at a yard sale for a quarter, and the cover is in pretty good condition, and the album is flawless and unscratched. Thanks!
>>By Remica (Thursday, 25 Mar 2004 02:30)
LISTEN TO "THE BALLAD OF CURTIS LOEW" AND MAYBE YOU'LL GET AN IDEA OF WHAT LYNARD SKYNARD IS ALL ABOUT.
>>By xman256256 (Friday, 23 Apr 2004 00:25)
Hi all, Can anyone tell me or does anyone have, this goes to Bob in London as well...how to get footage (Download or whatever) of Billy Graham Presents 'A Day On The Green' Oakland, California July 4, 1977"...someone must know
>>By skynyrdobsessed (Friday, 21 May 2004 10:00)
Oh man, Free Bird is amazing!! Does anyone know how long it took them to compose that? The guitaring is just incredible!!
>>By Jane (Tuesday, 9 Aug 2005 06:30)
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