God & Guns
September 29, 2009 4:43:34 PM UTC Post #1

As an old guy who has followed the band since ?? uh forever, the modern Skynyrd, with the nice new website, the best southern rock, still !!!! New band members, and who knows what may be in store, as time moves on, has again surpassed what is expected. The music is of course, Lynyrd Skynyrd in every respect, but I'm finding some real refreshing licks, hooks, harmonys, this and thats, and junk in the trunk, on Gods n' Guns. As we older folks deal with todays technology and crap (growin old ain't for pussys) the band just keeps on goin, giving us one of those threads we hang to, that keeps the better things of the past alive. For all the oldsters, and youngsters that make up the "Skynyrd Nation", we are one blessed group to have these guys and gals still kickin out the jams for us. From the new members to the old newer members, the originals, and every picker, pounder, singer, and roadie thats been a part of LS. (There is only one Ricky Medlocke, go explore and find out) SIMPLY THANKS. Life wouldn't have been the same without ya...So Long for now...K

September 29, 2009 11:52:36 PM UTC Post #1

We are truly blessed and everyone should appreciate the fact that the Skynyrd journey contines for ALL of us.

Ain't nothing sweeter than a Southern girl!

September 30, 2009 4:36:16 PM UTC Post #2

You found the words to express how a lot of us feel about the band.
No this-is-just-a-tribute-band-sh*t anymore (I had enough of that), but
"keeping the better things of the past alive". Sounds more respectful towards
people who give every day the best they have (some of them for more than 20 years...). Hope the G&G-CD gives them a bunch of new fans, up to the 4th generation ?

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