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With monster contagious anthemslike "Sweet Home Alabama" and "Free Bird,"Lynyrd Skynyrd is recognized for pushing Southern rock to the forefront of the mainstream music scene. Their ability to speak candidly from a blue-collar Southerner's point of view has worked well for them over the past four decades, and they continue to craft music today. To find out whereLynyrd Skynyrd is set to show up next, make sure you stick right here on StubHub where you can sign up for event updates.

Lynyrd Skynyrd Background

The story ofLynyrd Skynyrd started in Jacksonville, Florida. Then-teenager Ronnie Van Zant was soaking up various types of music - from songs of the British Invasion to black country blues to hard country. After getting a taste of the Rolling Stones, he swore that he would establish a band that would serve as the American match to their prowess. In 1965, Van Zant founded the Noble Five. With long hair in tow, the members were harassed constantly by Leonard Skinner, their high school gym teacher. They decided to quit school as a solution and relocated to Green Cove Springs. At their cabin, they penned tunes and honed their craft. They also changed their name toLynyrd Skynyrd - a deliberate misspelling of their archenemy's name. At the dawn of the new decade,Lynyrd Skynyrd had been busy playing bars, peddling their original material. They recorded demos and made an album in an attempt to land a recording contract. After countless rejections,Lynyrd Skynyrd was finally signed to the Sounds of the South label. Around this time,Lynyrd Skynyrd grew to be a seven-man band that included three guitarists. Sounds of the South's Al Kooper developed their initial albums and he possessed the keen sensibilities to leverageLynyrd Skynyrd's unique sound. It also helped thatLynyrd Skynyrd had earned their chops on the Jacksonville bar scene. Their music attracted the attention of Pete Townshend andLynyrd Skynyrd was granted the supporting spot on the Quadrophenia tour for the Who. Although their first album had just dropped,Lynyrd Skynyrd was a seasoned group eager for bigger and better things. They quickly catapulted to fame and helped pioneer the Southern rock movement, which was additionally permeated by bands like the Allman Brothers, Molly Hatchet, The Marshall Tucker Band and more. Their first set of albums yielded tunes like "Simple Man," Tuesday's Gone," "Call Me the Breeze," "Free Bird," "Saturday Night Special" and more. Things kept looking up forLynyrd Skynyrd until October 20, 1977, when tragedy struck. The band's plane went down in rural Mississippi, killing three bandmates - Steve Gaines, Cassie Gaines and Ronnie Van Zant, as well as two pilots and their road manager. Throughout the years, the surviving members reunited sporadically for various events and concert dates. In the 1990s,Lynyrd Skynyrd stepped back into the recording studio, and by the time 2001 rolled around, only Gary Rossington and Billy Powell remained from the original crew. Hughie Thomason and Ricky Medlocke joined the fold as well. Despite members coming and going, Lynyrd Skynyrd continues to keep the legacy alive, by churning out music and touring.

Lynyrd Skynyrd Albums

Since their inception in 1964,Lynyrd Skynyrd has issued multiple studio and live albums. Their studio albums include: Leh-nerd Skin-nerd (1973); Second Helping (1974); Nuthin' Fancy (1975); Gimme Back My Bullets (1976); Street Survivors (1977); Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991 (1991); The Last Rebel (1993); Endangered Species (1994); Twenty (1997); Edge of Forever (1999); Christmas Time Again (2000); Vicious Cycle (2003); God & Guns (2009); and Last of a Dyin' Breed (2012).

Lynyrd Skynyrd Trivia

Lynyrd Skynyrd has earned many accolades and honors over the years. For instance, "Free Bird's" solo was billed as the "third greatest guitar solo" by Guitar World.Lynyrd Skynyrd also earned the No. 77 slot on VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time list. Their tunes have also been featured in various TV shows and films, including Sweet Home Alabama, starring Reese Witherspoon, and Happy Gilmore, starring Adam Sandler.

Lynyrd Skynyrd Concert Experience

Don't miss out on your chance to see one of the preeminent Southern jam bands in history take the stage and showcase their talent and precision.Whether it's "Gimme Three Steps" or the anthem of the South, "Sweet Home Alabama," Lynyrd Skynyrd's impressive catalog overflows with classics that you'll be singing along with. Lynyrd Skynyrd emits sheer raw energy that fans can't help but appreciate.

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