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I was driving down the road when an old song came over my Sirius XM that I have not heard in a while. “Blue Monday” by Fats Domino is one of my favorites. 399 more words

Music

Trending Today: Brantley Gilbert And Lynyrd Skynyrd On CMT Crossroads, Hunter Hayes Premieres New Music Video, Taylor Swift And Calvin Harris Richest Couple

**Brantley Gilbert is trending today as he teamed with Rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd for an episode of “CMT Crossroads,” which aired this past Saturday, June 27th on CMT. 110 more words

Shows

Stars and barred: For Southern rockers and country singers, the Confederate flag is an uncomfortable heritage

Lee Bains III was 12 when he went with his dad to his very first rock show outside of Birmingham, Ala.

Like a lot of kids from Alabama, the lead singer of Birmingham-based rock band… 1,455 more words

Arts

Drive-By Truckers, Lynyrd Skynyrd on the Confederate Flag's Meaning

By Brian Ives

Three years ago, Gary Rossington, a founding member of iconic Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, made a bold statement. The band, he said, were no longer going to use the Confederate flag in their merchandise because hate groups had “kidnapped” it. 196 more words

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Drive-By Truckers, Lynyrd Skynyrd on the Confederate Flag's Meaning

By Brian Ives

Three years ago, Gary Rossington, a founding member of iconic Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, made a bold statement. The band, he said, were no longer going to use the Confederate flag in their merchandise because hate groups had “kidnapped” it. 196 more words

Entertainment

Drive-By Truckers, Lynyrd Skynyrd on the Confederate Flag's Meaning

By Brian Ives

Three years ago, Gary Rossington, a founding member of iconic Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, made a bold statement. The band, he said, were no longer going to use the Confederate flag in their merchandise because hate groups had “kidnapped” it. 196 more words

Entertainment

Drive-By Truckers, Lynyrd Skynyrd on the Confederate Flag's Meaning

By Brian Ives

Three years ago, Gary Rossington, a founding member of iconic Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, made a bold statement. The band, he said, were no longer going to use the Confederate flag in their merchandise because hate groups had “kidnapped” it. 196 more words

Entertainment