Southern Rock, Rock & Roll, Blues-Rock, Hard Rock, Arena Rock, Boogie Rock, Album Rock
Rebellious, Earthy, Rowdy, Rollicking, Boisterous, Party/Celebratory, Reckless, Poignant, Rousing, Freewheeling, Rambunctious, Raucous, Searching, Earnest, Exuberant, Ominous, Yearning
Lynyrd Skynyrd (pronounced ) is an American rock band best known for popularizing the southern hard-rock genre during the 1970s. Originally formed in 1966 as the The Pretty Ones in Jacksonville, Florida, they then went through two name changes: The Noble Five and One Percent, before coming up with Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1969. The band rose to worldwide recognition on the basis of its driving live performances and signature tunes "Sweet Home Alabama" and "Free Bird". At the peak of their success, three members died in an airplane crash in 1977, putting an abrupt end to the band's most popular incarnation.
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Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.
Music Genre (Text)
Southern rock, blues rock, hard rock, boogie rock, country rock, roots rock
MCA, Atlantic, Capricorn, CMC International, Sanctuary, Universal, Roadrunner/Loud & Proud
.38 Special, Van Zant, Rossington-Collins, Allen Collins Band, The Rossington Band, The Outlaws, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Blackfoot
Gary Rossington, Johnny Van Zant, Rickey Medlocke, Michael Cartellone, Mark Matejka, Peter Keys, Johnny Colt
Past Group Members
Allen Collins, Artimus Pyle, Billy Powell, Bob Burns, Ean Evans, Ed King, Greg T. Walker, Hughie Thomasson, Jeff McAllister, Kurt Custer, Larry Junstrom, Leon Wilkeson, Mike Estes, Owen Hale, Randall Hall, Robert Kearns, Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines
Posted by brian 12 months ago
what a hot band. love all their music
Posted by Joe 1 year ago
Would love to meet you before I die,
Posted by greg fischer 1 year ago
We are unable to find our family pictures. We would like to order our pictu...
Posted by Michael Wren 1 year ago
You can find the statue proposal on Kickstarter dot com