Thanks! Share it with your friends!
In memory of the Freebirds
Say there RandallT,, Thanks for you playing this bio.This is a bit better
than vh1 Classic’s Behind The Music. I wish you can some how edited the two
bios together with clips from the Free Bird Movie as a better bio video
like The Doobbie Brothers Listen To The Music video. I wish Judy Van Zant
would put their April ‘ 75 and March ‘ 76 shows from SF,CA- WinterLand
Ballroom together on a long dvd video like she did with Free Bird & Tribute
Tour ’87-’88 video. Peace.
posting without trying to skew or rewrite Skynyrd history. Keeping it Honest
What, instead of Lynyrd Skynyrd, maybe Jasyn Bybyr. Ya right.
It was a sad day but they will all live forever in the music they made. God
bless them all and thanks for your music, we love it and you!
ONE HELLVA’ BAND!! RIP GUYS! RONNIE WOULD HAVE BEEN 65 TODAY!!
That’s cool. Gary Rossington’s guitar prowess made me pick up the guitar
Wow this cut’s to the bone. I grew up with the music of this band. Watching
this brings me back to the moment of the sad news of the crash. A tear for
you Lynyrd Skynyrd!
GOD LOVE YOU!!!
Can someone tell me what the name and the artist of the song starting
around 18:50 where gary is talking about the plane crash ? Thx
Play it purdy for springfield! You got that right, 3rd and market up in
why did ed king leave the band? ive been a longtime skynyrd fan and know
the whole story but ive never been able to figure out why he left…?
my favorite band of all time!
i meant when they were talking about the plane crash.
A sad day in Jacksonville in 77′. Us kids at Andrew Jackson was abit
sad….sad day.My dad delivered the mail at Riverside at the studio and
talked to Mr. VanZandt a few days before the tour…….last time I saw
Billy was at American Music,he was expressing his concern for Gary Smalley
who had cancer. He was always a class act when I met him.
Glad I come across this!!!
He saw Ronnie a said, “Oh my god this guy is gonna beat me up!” XD
Your fame puppets eh Al Kooper??? Thanks much doh.
what is song on 9:04
cos i cried like a baby when they whent down
very sad story :(
Nothing can kill southern rock
Thank you for taking us back and sharing! It really helps!
Drive-By Truckers doing the honor at the 18:30 mark(ish) with Angels and
Fuselage off of their Southern Rock Opera album with their take on the
Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash.
then they shouldn’t have changed the cover of the album after the crash
YOU CAN TAKE THE MAN OUT OF THE SOUTH BUT YOU CAN’T TAKE THE SOUTH OUT OF
another spin on a really great band
Thank you Drive By Truckers, you helped me heaL
Gary Rossington was on the swampdock of Hell House during his interview
where Ronnie used to fish_thanks for posting. btw theres an interesting
video on yt of a guy who visits the grounds of hellhouse as it is recently
– Ed King talks with people in the comments section-very cool. God Bless!!!
Ronnie had a magic with lyrics and sang with conviction and sincerity that
will never die.
1st time seeing this one, and it is extremely well done!!
Check out 16:24 Fascinating
they were a gift to humanity. absolutely brilliant
Help!! Why do some videos show up as “Not available on this platform” for
me?? Anybody, thanx!!!
Nice job, guys. RIP to those who’ve gone before us.
Starting around 18:45 is without a doubt one of the best moments of any
rock documentary that I have ever seen. The combination of DBT’s ” Angels
and Fuselage” with the band members telling the story of the plane crash is
one of the most incredibly moving pieces ever put together. Thanks for
posting, I have been searching for this one.
“And I was yellin’ for Dean, and he came over and threw that door off a me”
I love my band.
they have a VH1 Behind the Scenes the story on how Ronnie died is
Different! they said that he got ejected out of the plane thrown about
A brief candle, both ends burning
An endless mile, a bus wheel turning
A friend to share a lonesome time
A handshake and a sip of wine
Say it loud and let it ring
That we’re all a part of everything
The future, present and the past
Fly on proud bird, you’re free at last.
The country music of today is what we called southern rock in the 70’s..
The “new country” wave that has swept America is nothing new at all . It’s
just marketed as new.
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