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Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band that got its start in Jacksonville, will perform on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" Monday night (actually, Tuesday morning).
The band will perform songs from its new CD, "Last of a Dyin' Breed." The album debuted at No. 14 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart, the highest charting for a Skynyrd album since 1977.
This won't be the band's first appearance on Ferguson's show. "We’ve done Ferguson before and we look forward to doing it again,” said singer Johnny Van Zant in a news release. “We’re up late at night too. It’s a fun show to watch and I’m happy to be a part of it.”
The show is on CBS at 12:35 a.m.
I wanted to clarify the discussion of the Confederate Flag in our recent CNN interview. Myself, the past members and the present members (that are from the South), are all extremely proud of our heritage and being from the South. We know what the Dixie flag represents and its heritage; the Civil War was fought over States rights.
We still utilize the Confederate (Rebel) flag on stage every night in our shows, we are and always will be a Southern American Rock band, first and foremost. We also utilize the state flag of Alabama and the American flag as well, ‘cause at the end of the day, we are all Americans. I only stated my opinion that the confederate flag, at times, was unfairly being used as a symbol by various hate groups, which is something that we don’t support the flag being used for. The Confederate flag means something more to us, Heritage not Hate…
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LIVE AT THE GARDEN POSTPONES TONIGHT’S CONCERT
Memphis, TN, August 31, 2012 – Due to the threat of severe weather and predicted wind gusts in the Memphis area, the Lynyrd Skynyrd concert scheduled for tonight has been re‐scheduled for Wednesday, September 12.
“Our first priority is always the safety of our patrons, and the potentially unsafe conditions created by this storm system, with the forecasted rain and especially the high wind gusts gave us no other choice,” according to Jim Duncan, Executive Director of Memphis Botanic Garden.
“We are delighted that we were able to re‐schedule in that this will be a fun and entertaining show.” Duncan continued.
Johnny Van Zant, of Lynyrd Skynyrd, says, “We are disappointed to hear about Memphis being rescheduled but look forward to the new show in September. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone for their safety during the storms. We look forward seeing our Skynyrd Nation in Memphis soon!”
Refund procedures for those patrons unable to attend the September date will be posted on www.liveatthegarden.com next week.
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Lynyrd Skynyrd will be performing live from New York City as part of the FOX & Friends "All American Concert Series" this Friday, August 17th during the 8am (ET) hour.
The concert is open to the public (corner of 48th St and 6th Avenue) with free food offered all morning from Famous Dave's BBQ.
This free live performance is the 13th of the 14-week outdoor concert series held in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, directly outside the FOX News studios (48th & 6th).
Lynyrd Skynyrd will perform several new songs from their forthcoming album Last of a Dyin' Breed due in stores on August 21st on Loud & Proud / Roadrunner Records as well as some of their notable anthems including "Sweet Home Alabama."