The Rock ‘n’ Roll Archives is a series collecting vintage artist interviews from the archives of award-winning rock critic and music historian Rev. Keith A. Gordon. Volume One of The Rock ‘n’ Roll Archives features interviews with ten of the new breed of “Southern Rockers” who emerged during the 1990s to breathe new life into the moribund sub-genre of rock music.
My e-book looks at Duane Allman's career from the earliest bands he joined and formed like the All-Man Joys and Hour Glass. Duane made a lasting impression on such rock luminaries as Eric Clapton. It was Duane's idea to include the classic guitar riffs that are so memorable on Layla released by Derek and the Dominoes in 1972. Unfortunately Allman's life was cut short by a motorcycle crash in 1971.
In the South, family ties are strong but often as tangled as the kudzu that grows wild along the highways.
This collection contains six humorous and charming southern tales. Each one shows a family at its best and worst, through the eyes of a girl learning what kin means when you grow up southern.
These stories are told with a helping of humor, a pinch of forgiveness and a dash of dismay.
Join former Lynyrd Skynyrd tour manager and plane crash survivor Ron Eckerman as he transports you back in time to the glory days of the band and inserts you into their world. Lynyrd Skynyrd was one of the most iconic bands in rock history, and defined a whole genre of music, southern rock. Join the author and this band as they ripped their way across the USA and took the world by storm.
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