Panel Discussion: The Rise of Southern Rock

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Panel Discussion: Brothers & Sisters: The Rise of Southern Rock

Oct. 29, 2011 Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville, TN

On the fortieth anniversary of Duane Allman’s death, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will discuss the history of southern rock with five figures central to its success: Bonnie Bramlett of Delaney & Bonnie, Charlie Daniels of the Charlie Daniels Band, Mike Hyland of Capricorn Records, and Ed King of Lynyrd Skynyrd. The panel’s musicians combined blues, country, rock, and soul into a distinctly southern sound wholly different than the rock & roll created in other regions-a sound that influenced Hank Williams Jr. and much of country music since the 1980s. As young musicians coming out of the Civil Rights era, the southern rockers created music that helped heal racial divides while resurrecting pride in being sons and daughters of the American southland. Offered in support the exhibition Family Tradition: The Williams Family Legacy, Presented by SunTrust. Limited seating. Included with museum admission. Free to museum members.

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prdwilson says:

love seein tommy crain in the first video,,,,,,he was sucha sweet
man,,,,,,,,

Cousin Figel says:

Yes , they could have talked more about Marshall Tucker since they were a
very Large part of the History. Gerald, I think one of Charlie’s albums was
Great is ”Saddle Tramp. That album is Awesome. I think it is out of print
now, but I have it, it is a Great One. and NO mention of THE ATLANTA RHYTHM
SECTION, they were a big part of it.

zisoul says:

The host of this on the panel is a bit lame in talking,but still this is a
bit cool.

Edward C Adkins says:

WHAT ? Volume on this video is extremely low. Maybe it could be remixed and
reposted ? This is a great event, Fabulous. We would like to hear it.

Theodore Knapinsky says:

Why wasn’t the Marshall Tucker Band Discussed.

treblejunkie says:

Charlie Daniels “NIGHTRIDER” is the best album…maybe tied with “FIRE ON
THE MOUNTAIN”.

treblejunkie says:

The guy actually says the Marshall Tucker Band at 8:03…once…sad.

clapton6 says:

I really enjoyed hearing Charlie Daniels talk in this. I agree about when
he said that you should never refuse to sign autographs for fans, because
they are the reason that you’re as famous as you are.

Nick Sperlein says:

Good stuff…thanks for posting!!!

Jim Dorman says:

I wish the moderator had thought to repeat the questions for the broadcast
audience.

SilvioManfredDante85 says:

Definitely

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