Have you always wondered about the Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash? Well today you can hear it from the people who were involved. This is a Behind The Music that is well worth your time to look into. To me one of the saddest days in in rock and roll history
Today's lesson is from our old friend Marty one again. Marty is a great teacher and shows you how to play without being a stuffed shirt. He also takes the time to make things easier.Today's song is Call me The Breeze which is actually a JJ Cale song made famous by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Today's lesson is one that I think I have done before but someone asked me to put Sweet Home Alabama on my lessons so here it is. Any Lynyrd Skynyrd is a great song to learn for playing in a band. All Skynyrd is good for the bar circuit as every one knows the beat and can dance to it
Well I don't think you can play enough Lynyrd Skynyrd if you are in an active band.Or even if you are playing by yourself at home. Most Skynyrd songs are pretty easy and won't take to long to learn. Plus they are a major crowd pleaser because most people can sing along because they know the words
For today's lesson we are going to learn a great crowd pleaser by Lynyrd Skynyrd. On the Hunt is not that difficult and is a lot of fun to play. Almost any Lynyrd Skynyrd is great music in any bar atmosphere
Today's lesson is some old Lynyrd Skynyrd from their Second Helping album a tune called Curtis Loew. They say this song is about Ricky Medlocke's Grandfather Shorty who was a bluegrass picker and used to sit on the bank and play music for Ronnie and the guys while they were fishing
Hey everybody!!! It is time for me to share one of my favorites with you. Every day I cruise the internet looking for whatever tune floats my boat at the moment! Today my favorite is Lynyrd Skynyrd.
I would love to hear your suggestions, and who knows maybe I will post one of your favorites right here on The Hawk's website
Last summer, two of classic rock's mainstays, Bad Company and Lynryd Skynyrd, teamed up for one of the season's most successful tours. So it makes sense that the duo are back for another round of dates.
This is something new I thought I would throw at ya. It's how to get that Lynyrd Skynyrd sound or hoe they got their special sound. That sound came from three different sounding guitars it's really quite interesting
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