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The Nightwatcher's House Of Rock blog ..., 1 Aug 2010 [cached]
The Nightwatcher's House Of Rock blog has picked up an interview that guitarist Ricky Medlocke gave to the San Jose News in which he defends the band against critics that have pointed out that only one original member of the group is left.
"A lot of people say, 'Don't you ever feel like you're really a tribute band?' No, I don't. I think that as long as Gary [Rossington] and myself and Johnny [Van Zant] are there, it's always going to be Lynyrd Skynyrd," Medlocke said.
Ricky left the band after a year to form Blackfoot, but he remained close to his friends in Skynyrd and was very close to joining the band on the road for that fateful 1977 tour.
"I was invited to go travel with the guys for like a week," Medlocke said.
Category: 1990s [cached]
Jacksonville rock group led by singer-guitarist Rick Medlocke, one-time drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd. Originally signed to Island; later signed to Atco, where they scored hits "Train, Train" and "Highway Song. In 1996, Medlocke rejoined Skynyrd, this time as a guitarist.
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8) Debra and Matt with Ricky Medlocke, guitarist and singer for Lynyrd Skynyrd, at the Alladin hotel casino, Las Vegas.
Doris's brother is Ricky Medlocke, guitarist and singer in the band.
Medlocke and Larry Junstrom, ..., 28 Nov 2005 [cached]
Medlocke and Larry Junstrom, who were with us in the beginning and
However, they'd become a virtual Southern-rock supergroup with the addition of guitarists Ricky Medlocke (Blackfoot) and Hughie Thomason (Outlaws).Medlocke had been a member of Lynyrd Skynyrd back in the beginning (albeit as a drummer), while Thomason's Outlaws had frequently opened for Skynyrd in the Seventies.
They have had in their lineup ... [cached]
They have had in their lineup Hughie Thomasson (1996 until his death in 2005) from The Outlaws (who wrote "Green Grass and High Tides" and "There Goes Another Love Song") and still have Ricky Medlocke (1996-) from Blackfoot ("Train Train"), who also happened to be an early member of Skynyrd I before the release of their first album. Brother Donnie Van Zandt from .38 Special and Kid Rock make occasional appearances too.
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