See classic live performances, interviews and vintage footage of the original Lynyrd Skynyrd band.

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Allen Collins ...
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Steve Gaines ...
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Artimus Pyle ...
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Gary Rossington ...
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Ronnie Van Zant ...
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Leon Wilkeson ...
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JoJo Billingsley ...
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Cassie Gaines ...
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Leslie Hawkins ...
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Teresa Gaines
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See classic live performances, interviews and vintage footage of the original Lynyrd Skynyrd band.

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"If I leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me?" See more »

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Rated PG for brief drug references | See all certifications »
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30 August 1996 (USA)  »

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$30,549 (USA) (30 August 1996)

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$30,549 (USA) (30 August 1996)
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The band Molly Hatchet included a cover of the song "FreeBird" on their Double Trouble Live album as a tribute to Ronnie Van Zant. Ronnie Van Zant had lent his own recording studio to the band before they recorded their first album. See more »

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Fine performances, what there are of them...
16 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I remember the days of 1976 (although I was only 13 at the time) and the BBC used to have a people's choice on New Year's Eve, the footage of Lynyrd Skynyrd performing "Freebird" at Knebworth won every year it was one of the choices. Unfortunately, this movie does not include this triumphant, jubilant performance and it is instead replaced by, in comparison, a pedestrian version from an altogether different source. Colour me disappointed.

While the music of Skynyrd is well represented, and for this alone I rate this at 7, the failure to include one of their greatest moments on stage ~ especially when the footage was available (clips of it are shown during the end credits while another song entirely provides the backing) ~ is an atrocious error in judgement.

Enjoy what is there, but remember it could have been so much better.


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