Tennessee Tribute To Southern Rock
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The late Gregg Allman with The Allman Brothers Band in 1971
These are pictures I took at the Municipal Auditorium of the 2nd incarnation
of the Allman Brothers Band, just after Duane's death. That's Gregg Allman
playing a Hammond B3. Dickie Betts was the sole guitarist on this tour.
Courtesy of Gary Allen (ex-CDB drummer).

See our Allman Brothers Pictures:   www.tennesseeconcerts.com/allmanbrothers
The Charlie Daniels Band in 1985
Pictures by Pat Adams (from the TennesseeConcerts.com website)
Place: Water Circus in Pigeon Forge TN. I have seen this band more than any other
band. The Charlie Daniels Band, host the Volunteer Jam, has became a tradition in
Nashville since its start in 1974. Hit's include "Souths Gonna Do It Again", "In America"
"Long Haired Country Boy", and the grammy winning "Devil Went Down To Georgia".
Henry Paul with Blackhawk & from The Outlaws
Picture & Comments by Pat Adams .
A southern rock legend, Henry Paul was lead singer on many of The Outlaws hits
n the 1970's including "There Goes Another Love Song".  His "Henry Paul Band"
released "Grey Ghost", a tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd lead singer Ronnie VanZant.  
Henry Paul has been a regular guest at many of the Charlie Daniels Band Volunteer
Jam concerts in Nashville.
See our pictures of Blackhawk:  www.tennesseeconcerts.com/blackhawkfanfair
Doug Gray & his Marshall Tucker Band
Picture and comments by Pat Adams
Taken at Volunteer Jam 2000. The Marshall Tucker Band has always been a
Nashville favorite. Doug Gray was lead singer on many of the Marshall Tucker Band's
hits including Take The Highway, Searching For A Rainbow, Heard It In A Love Song,
and others. Doug  continues to perform with his touring version of
the Marshall Tucker Band
See our pictures of Marshall Tucker: www.tennesseeconcerts.com/marshalltuckerband
Dickey Betts from the Allman Brothers
Pictures & comments by Pat Adams from TennesseeConcerts
I took these pictures at a Gibson Guitar function at the Gibson Guitar Custom Shop
in Nashville. Dickie is no longer a member of the Allman Brothers Band. Dickey wrote
and sung the huge ABB hit song "Ramblin' Man".

See our pictures of Dickey Betts in 2004:   www.tennesseeconcerts.com/dickiebettsnamm
Artimus Pyle from Lynyrd Skynyrd
Pictures by Jimbo Hagey Junior. Comments by Pat Adams
Deep South at the Mercy Lounge. Deep South included Artimus Pyle &
Ed King from Lynyrd Skynyrd, plus members of Wet Willie, 38 Special, and the
Atlanta Rhythm Section.

See our Deep South Pictures: www.tennesseeconcerts.com/deepsouth
Lynyrd Skynyrd at Fan Fair in 2006.
Pictures  by Pat Adams from TennesseConcerts.com
I took these pictures during the CMA Music Festival/ Fan Fair at the
Coliseum in Nashville. Gary Rossington flipped me a personalized guitar
pick. I've seen Lynyrd Skynyrd many times over the years, and it's always
a great show. Skynyrd closed out the CMA Music Festival ABC-TV
Special with "What's Your Name".
See our pictures of Lynyrd Skynyrd   www.tennesseeconcerts.com/lynyrdskynyrdlive
Jimmy Hall from Wet Willie,
Pictures & Comments by Pat Adams
I took this picture at Centennial Park in front of the Parthenon. Southern rockers Wet
Willie had hits with "Keep On Smilin", "Weekend" and others. he continues to have a
solo career and plays in Nashville often.

See our pictures of Jimmy Hall   www.tennesseeconcerts.com/jimmyhall
VanZant (Country music duo) with Johnny & Donnie Van Zant
Picture & Comments by Pat Adams
These pictures was taken at a downtown block party in Nashville. This was a
CMT pre-awards live TV broadcast. Johnny VanZant is singer for the Lynyrd
Skynyrd band, and Donnie VanZant is with the southern rock band, 38
Special.  One of my pictures of VanZant is featured on
Eric Lundgren's
(VanZant lead guitarist).
See our pictures of Van Zant  www.tennesseeconcerts.com/vanzant
The late Hughie Thomasson with The Outlaws.
Pictures by Jimbo Hagey Junior in 2006
Comments by Pat Adams
Hughie Thomasson played in the Outlaws.
And, he played in Lynyrd Skynyrd in the 1990's.

Our Outlaws Pictures www.tennesseeconcerts.com/outlaws
Devon Allman (Greg Allman's son)
Picture and comments by Pat Adams
The next generation of Southern Rock, Greg Allman's son Devon plays his
own version of southern rock, sounding much like Greg and the Allman Brothers.
These pictures were taken at the 1st annual Gibson Guitar Summer Jam in 2006
He plays in the Allman-Betts Band in 2019.
Our Devon Allman Pictures:   www.tennesseeconcerts.com/gibson2006
Pat Adams from TennesseeConcerts.com & Charlie Daniels from the CDB
Pictured and comments by Pat Adams from TennesseeConcerts.
See my 2006 pictures of the Charlie Daniels Band at Riverfront Park in downtown
Nashville,just across from the Charlie Daniels Museum on 2nd Avenue, where I
talked to Charlie after the show. Picture includes me and Charlie. (Pat Adams)
See my 2006 Charlie Daniels Band PIctures:   www.tennesseeconcerts.com/cdb   
Billy Cox from the Charlie Daniels Band & the Jimi Hendrix Band Of Gypsies.
Location: Exit In / Nashville TN - Comments by Pat Adams
I guess Billy Cox would qualify as southern rock, since he did play with the
Charlie Daniels Band, early on. He is most known, for being in the Jimi Hendrix
Band Of Gypsies in the 1960's, after Hendrix put together a band to play at
Woodstock, and called upon his old army buddy (and musician friend), Billy Cox

See our pictures of Billy Cox: www.tennesseeconcerts.com/billycox
The late Ed King from Lynyrd Skynyrd
Picture & Comments by Pat Adams from the Tennessee Concerts website
This picture was of Ed King with Billy Ray Cyrus at Fan Fair in 2006 performing Sweet
Home Alabama. Ed King was with Lynyrd Skynyrd in the 1970's before leaving the
band. He later, re-joined in a 1990's version of the band.
2006 Fan Fair Pictures of Ed King & Lynyrd Skynyrd  www.tennesseeconcerts.com/2006fanfairpics
George McCorkle  in the 1970's from The Marshall Tucker Band
I took this picture of George McCorkle from the Marshall Tucker Band on the Uneasy
Rider (CDB Bus) on the way to a MTB/CDB show. Courtesy of Gary Allen (ex-CDB).
George is the best best rhythm guitar in southern rock and a stand up human being
as well.
George McCorkle passed away from cancer at age 60 on June 29, 2007.
See our Tribute To George McCorkle
Paul Riddle in the 1970's. Drummer for The Marshall Tucker Band
Paul is one of my best drummer cronies in the biz. Charlie Daniels and I would play
the last two songs with Tucker everynight. One encore would always be
The Thrill is Gone by BB King. In 2007, Paul & Jerry Eubanks have a band
called Sevenmoore in Spartanburg SC. Picture & comments by Gary Allen (ex-CDB).
The late Toy Caldwell from the Marshall Tucker Band & Charlie Daniels
Also taken on the same tour with the Marshall Tucker Band & the C.D.B.
We would catch rides on each others buses just to here some
new road stories. Paul Hornsby was on board as well, (producer of CDB
"Fire On The Mountain" album as well as The MTB, and played
piano on the Marshall Tucker records). Picture by Gary Allen (ex-CDB).
The late Berry Oakley on bass guitar from The Allman Brothers Band
Another shot from the Municipal Auditorium of The Allmans without Duane.
Early 70's and taken on a Brownie camera I got from my grandmother for
Christmas that year. Soon afterwards, Berry was also killed on a motorcycle
within a block of where Duane lost his life. They are buried side by side in
Macon Georgia
. Berry died within a year of when this picture was
Picture taken by Gary Allen (ex-CDB drummer).
Dickie Betts Lead Guitar from The Allman Brothers Band
Early CDB/Allman tour. Charlie Daniels is wearing the orange fringe, American
Eagle shirt Hazel Daniels made for him. Charlie had his initials in studs on
those jeans in the pic. A C on one leg, a D on the other.Dickie later played
dobro on "Long Haired Country Boy" from our Fire On The Mountain LP.
Courtesy of Gary Allen (ex-Charlie Daniels Band drummer)
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The Legendary Al Kooper
Pictures & Comments by Pat Adams
Al Kooper performs at the Dylan Cash CD release concert sponsored by the
Country Music Hall Of Fame on July 7, 2015. After moving to Atlanta in 1972,
he discovered the band Lynyrd Skynyrd, and produced and performed on their
first three albums, including the singles "Sweet Home Alabama" and "Free Bird".

See our pictures of the Dylan/Cash CD release concert pictures. Picture by Pat Adams
Charlie Daniels in downtown Nashville Tennessee performing as part of the
Country Music Hall Of Fame's Dylan-Cash CD release concert in 2015.
Charlie was a big part of the Nashville music scene.
He played a Bob Dylan song.
Picture by Pat Adams from the TennesseeConcert.com website.