Finally after months of anticipation, we got a chance to gear up and pack for 3 days of Rock and Metal in the south!!!. The site Manchester, TN, Great Stage Park sitting on a 700 acre farm, famously known for the Bonnaroo Music Festival…
The inaugural EXIT 111 Festival will be led by headlining slots from Guns N’ Roses, Def Leppard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and a mix of platinum-selling artists including Slayer, ZZ Top, Deftones, Ghost, Megadeth and more than 40 other acts! Tickets are on sale now!
If you hadn’t purchased the album after that evening you need your music radar checking for malfunctions.
Genre: Southern Rock Released by:Loud & Proud Records Release date: July 1, 2016 Tracklist: 1 Takin’ Up Space 2 Ain’t Nobody Gonna Tell Me What To Do 3 Sweet Mama 4 Wild Eyed Southern Boys 5 Things I Miss The Most 6 I Know My History 7 Help Somebody 8 Plain Jane 9 I Can’t Help Myself 10 I’m Doin’ Alright 11 Red White & Blue 12 My […]
So if you’re looking for a new Southern Rock sound that departs slightly from the Allman Brothers / Skynard tones we’re so used to hearing, given ATH a spin and you are likely to fast become a fan.
Black Stone Cherry, Shinedown and Halestorm, bring the Carnival of Madness to the UK and a packed Wembley Arena.
The final night of a short 3 stop UK tour sees Southern Rock maestros Lynyrd Skynyrd stop off at the legendary Hammersmith Odeon (because it always will be…), a venue they first played on October 27th 1975.
Time and band members have of course changed but the line-up we are presented with tonight consists of a good mix of long term and recent musicians and with two excellent albums under their belt in recent years, 2009’s ‘God & Guns’ and 2012’s ‘Last of a Dyin’ Breed’ everything bodes well for a classic Skynyrd show.
Lynyrd Skynyrd are now back for the very first time with the ultimate Vinyl Box set featuring all their incredible hits in a mixture of studio recordings and live EP’s guaranteed to satisfy any fan. Building their initial career on touring (particular stand out live performances being ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ and ‘Free Bird’) it seems only right that the live tracks from the album ‘One more on the road’ are included.