All I can say is ROLL DIXIE ROLL
October 01, 2009 1:20:05 AM UTC Post #1

Thanks for keeping the dream alive. I love Ronnie and all that have perished sinced.. I am from the early days , seeing them in clubs and Orlando before things were good for the band . I will never forget the legacy but I am proud to say that it lives on. I know you have heard this a thousand times but the music got me through allot of tough times and still does. When I am depressed I can play the music with Ronnie singing and feel his soul in the music. Not to take away from the great music yall are making today. But I feel Ronnie was one of the best song wrighters and singers ever. He had a great impact on my life in a time of great despair. Just as Red White And Blue does now.

Thanks for coming back after all the tragedies that have happened. I myself have lost a brother at an early age and several family members and it is hard due, to unforseen cuircumstances, It is hard every day but knowing yall are still there helps allot. I know men are not supose to say this but, I love you guys and take care. Stay with us a while longer.
Teddy Cox
Graceville Florida.


October 01, 2009 10:43:08 PM UTC Post #1

=Roll dixie roll said: Thanks for keeping the dream alive. I love Ronnie and all that have perished sinced.. I am from the early days , seeing them in clubs and Orlando before things were good for the band . I will never forget the legacy but I am proud to say that it lives on. I know you have heard this a thousand times but the music got me through allot of tough times and still does. When I am depressed I can play the music with Ronnie singing and feel his soul in the music. Not to take away from the great music yall are making today. But I feel Ronnie was one of the best song wrighters and singers ever. He had a great impact on my life in a time of great despair. Just as Red White And Blue does now.

Thanks for coming back after all the tragedies that have happened. I myself have lost a brother at an early age and several family members and it is hard due, to unforseen cuircumstances, It is hard every day but knowing yall are still there helps allot. I know men are not supose to say this but, I love you guys and take care. Stay with us a while longer.
Teddy Cox
Graceville Florida.


Losing my oldest brother when I was 17 is the reason I became a SKYNYRD FAN. He was a die-hard fan and my parents gave me his Skynyrd CDs.

Ain't nothing sweeter than a Southern girl!

October 03, 2009 3:01:40 PM UTC Post #2

@Sweet Home AL Sara:
I remember your post abouth your brother on the old board.
It was very touching.

October 03, 2009 11:07:39 PM UTC Post #3

@wolfwhistle: Thanks! Even after all of these years, it still helps to share about my brother's life. Skynyrd music is one of the ways that I "make him real" for my daughter that never knew her uncle.

Ain't nothing sweeter than a Southern girl!

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