Black Oak Arkansas

September 20, 2013 · Doors open at 19:00

Black Oak Arkansas
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Black Oak Arkansas

Southern rockers Black Oak Arkansas never raised to same level of success enjoyed by Lynyrd Skynyrd or Molly Hatchet, but kept a strong cult following thorough the years, thanks to their charismatic vocalist, Jim Dandy Mangrum. Named after his hometown, Black Oak Arkansas eventually managed to release ten charting albums between 1971 and 1976.

Origins of Black Oak Arkansas can be traced back to late ’60s, when they released one album under the name Knowbody Else, with a line-up of Mangrum in vocals; Ricky “Ricochet” Reynolds, Stanley “Goober” Knight, and Harvey “Burley” Jett; on guitars, Pat Daugherty on bass and Wayne Evans on drums. In early 70’s they started using the name Black Oak Arkansas and released self-titled debut album in 1971. Album sold modestly, but the band toured extensively and gained a reputation as an exceptional live act.

Lynette Skynyrd

Lynette Skynyrd is the world’s only all-female trybute to Lynyrd Skynyrd. Out of “Southern” California, this band of mega-talented female musicians expresses the unconquered spirit of working people everywhere. Lynette captures the essence of Skynyrd, tapping into those halcyon days when rock was experienced with all the senses. If the past is indeed a prologue to their musical journey, then Lynette Skynyrd is nothing less than timeless. With a badass rock-chick authority, these daisy duke divas transport the Skynyrd classics into the modern era.

The Sickstring Outlaws

The Sickstring Outlaws are an outlaw country/southern rock band whose main goal is to show people a good time. The San Diego based band have had the good fortune through hard work to open for the likes of David Allan Coe, The Marshall Tucker Band and Merle Jagger as well as many local acts such as the popular tribute band Cash’d Out, Married by Elvis, Three Bad Jacks and many more.

The Sickstring Outlaws have taken the hard road by playing original songs, staying true to what they believe in and working hard to keep outlaw country music alive. By sheer determination, they are starting to gain a large and strong fan base everywhere they play. If you happen to catch their live show…you will not be disappointed.


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