Lynyrd Skynyrd
performs a somewhat
unique show with
no piano player,
no Billy Powell
and no Freebird.
Songs included
What's Your Name,
T For Texas,
Sweet Home Alabama
and other songs.
Below: Former
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Ed King
Sweet Home Alabama
with singer
Billy Ray Cyrus
at Fan Fair
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Lynyrd Skynyrd
returns to Nashville
on August 12, 2006
at Starwood Amphitheater.
Tickets On Sale
Poster courtesy of
Gary Allen
Surprise Guest  Ed King
(on a different night
as Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Lynyrd Skynyrd
L.P. Field (now Nissan Stadium)
A  Lynyrd Skynyrd
Gary Rossington
pick thrown to me by
Gary Rossington himself
Lynyrd Skynyrd
returns to Nashville
Hank Williams Jr.
38 Special,
on May 4, 2007
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Rare Video From This 2006 Concert
See Our Own Rare Video From The Stage
I just found this in my archives. This was me (Pat Adams) & the ABC-TV
cameraman in the photographers pit at the 2006 CMA Music Festival while
Lynyrd Skynyrd also played for a nationwide TV special. I had the best view in
LP Field Stadium (now Nissan Stadium) in front about 25,000 people,
the largest Nashville crowd that Lynyrd Skynyrd has ever played in front of.
Gary Rossington flipped a guitar pick down to me in between songs.
How cool is that? I still have it. The video was taken with a little pocket camera,
so not good quality & no sound. But rare video and I did add
some background sound. I had forgot that I shot this video.
Video by Pat Adams from the website
CMA Music Festival - Fan Fair -  June 8, 2006
Nashville Tennessee
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June 8, 2006. Billy Powell was not there on keyboards.
They did a set of the hits, but no Freebird.
They taped "What's Your Name" for the CMA Music
Festival ABC-TV Special. This picture was taken while
they were waiting on the ABC-TV camera's to roll.
Pictures & Text by Pat Adams from TennesseeConcerts