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Among the first of several key Southern rock groups to evolve in the early '70s and survive the many decades since their formation in 1969, the band epitomizes 'classic rock.'
Whether it's the simple pop sound of 'Ramblin' Man' to the anthem-like 'Whipping Post' and 'Midnight Rider,' their dual-guitar interplay, dual drumming and the gutsy vocals of Gregg easily help identify the group's music. And it's also their jazz-influenced instrumentals like 'Jessica' and 'In Memory of Elizabeth Reed,' the latter written by Dickey Betts, the group's other renowned guitarist, that are timeless favorites of their fans of all ages.