The Best Southern Rock Band Ever. The Best Song Was Free Bird, Of Course!!!
"Lynyrd Skynyrd is AWESOME!!!!!!!!"
"I'm As Free As A Bird Now"
A southern US rock band, famed for the track 'Freebird', but show a depth and insight that is sadly overlooked by many
see also Lynyrd Skynyrd Hat
The Ballad of Curtis Lowe is a classic example of Skynyrd at their best.
One of the greatest southern rock, if not rock and roll, bands.
Whoever thinks that the only song skynyrd made is sweet home alabama and think thats the best one, needs to fuck off and listen to something else because they dont know rock music.
The Greatest Southern Rock Band of all time.
one of the greatest rock bands of all time
and this bird you can not change
Most recognizable southern rock band. One of the greatest influences on American Rock throughought the 70's until a plane crash took them from us. Long Live Skynyrd!
Hits include:"Free Bird","Simple Man", "Sweet Home Alabama", etc.
Founder: Ronnie Van Zant. Younger brother Donnie Van Zant was in the group .38 Special
Lynyrd Skynyrd were the best Southern rock band ever.
Three axe attack! At first, their guitar lineup consisted of Ed King, Gary Rossington, and Allen Collins. King later quit the band and was later replaced by Steve Gaines. Usually, Gaines played a Strat, Rossington a Les Paul, and Collins an Explorer. They would change guitars on some songs. For example, Rossington played the mournful guitar at the beginning of Free Bird in concert using a slide and a SG.
Ronnie Van Zant was the lead singer and primary song writer. His songs usually had very straight-forward lyrics. Contrary to legend, he was a fan of Neil Young. On the cover of Street Survivors, he can be seen in a Neil Young Shirt.
Leon Wilkeson played bass. Former roadie Billy Powell played piano. Artimus Pyle replaced Bob Burns on drums. They had a trio of back-up singers, the "Honkettes."
If I leave her tomorrow, would you still remember me?
I signed my contract, baby, and I want you people to know: Every penny that I make I'm gonna see where my money goes!
Lord, I can't make any changes. All I can do is write them in a song.
Gimme three steps, gimme three steps mister, gimme three steps towards the door. Gimme three steps, gimme three steps mister, and you'll never see me no more!