Tag Archives: Lynyrd Skynyrd

Red, White & Blue

Below is a fitting song for the day, Red, White & Blue, performed live by Lynyrd Skynyrd back in 2003 in TN. Besides being a patriotic song, that lineup of the band featured two of my favorite guitarists.  One is … Continue reading

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Yes, You Could Say . . .

July 4th.  Our Nation’s birthday, but this year,  it seems more like a cross between a stomach virus, a  Monty Python skit and an obscure, Frank Zappa song. I’m preparing for my evening as an “Emotional Support Human” for the … Continue reading

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The Next Thing

It is difficult to fathom that this song was being performed over 41 years ago and less than 3 months before the plane crash. We never know when the next thing we know will be the last thing we know. Go … Continue reading

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The Dealer Of Death, Has Dealt A Losing Hand

Forty years ago today a plane carrying the Lynyrd Skynyrd Band crashed near Gillsburg, MS. I remember being in homeroom, my senior year in high at Watchung Hills Regional HS and John Pavlak coming in and announced the crash.  It … Continue reading

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