Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist and founding member Gary Rossington has clarified comments he made on a recent CNN interview, and now states that the band will display the Confederate flag at their shows 'every night.'
Legendary Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd have angered some fans by announcing that they will stop using the confederate flag, which for much of their career had been featured prominently on their stages, logos, t-shirts and other tour merchandise.
Lynyrd Skynyrd have a pretty good feel for their audience, so it should come as no surprise that their latest video, 'Last of a Dyin' Breed,' gives the viewer a fair share of bikers, babes, and tips of the hat to their southern roots.
Sept. 14 celebrates the day Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Steve Gaines was brought into the world. He would have been 63 years old, but unfortunately died in Oct. 1977 at age 28 in the infamous plane crash that killed numerous
Lynyrd Skynyrd will perform at the Republican National Convention his week, marking the third such appearance in their career. With that being said, the group opened up a little bit about their thoughts on the state of America and where we're at as a country in a new interview.
Rock music is often perceived as a hotbed of liberal attitudes, but a couple of prominent classic rock acts will be on hand to perform at the Republican National Convention in Tampa Bay this coming week.
Lynyrd Skynyrd released a new album on Tuesday (Aug. 21). 'Last of a Dyin'' Breed is being called a return to the classic Skynyrd sound, and the recently released title track backs up that claim. The album title could refer to guitarist Gary Rossington, who is indeed the last of a dying breed. He's the only remaining original member of the legendary rock group. Critics have wondered how he can justify carrying on with a lineup of "replacements." Rossington says he's not trying to fool anybody.
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