Hammersmith London March 2010
March 06, 2010 7:14:19 PM UTC Post #1

Just Awesome. Nothing else to stay coz still blown away


March 06, 2010 10:26:19 PM UTC Post #1

HAMMERSMITH................. HUH............................. I like that name fur some odd reason !!

LONG LIVE SKYNYRD NATION!!!














March 07, 2010 12:39:32 AM UTC Post #2

and is thar anyone that's gonna be surprized at that?.................. ahhhhhh....... nope! ........ come on skynyrd!.................... make it to planet utah.................... been too dadburned long!.........................

IF I LEAVE HERE TOMORROW, WOULD YOU STILL REMEMBER ME?

March 07, 2010 2:44:30 AM UTC Post #3

Patience mcskynyrd, they're not done here yet .

March 07, 2010 4:20:51 AM UTC Post #4

Hammersmith show was just awesome... shows how much we Brits love Skynyrd... how about a live dvd or cd.. Skynyrd live at the Apollo!!!!!....how about playing more stuff from your more recent albums next time.. there is a shed load of great material in there. 2 sets.. old and new..

March 08, 2010 4:49:36 AM UTC Post #5

Hammersmith was an AMAZING SHOW!!!!

The band were on top form, slick and polished as always, but the show was made even better by the fantastic audience reaction, the atmosphere was AMAZING!!!

Set List:

1.Skynyrd Nation
2.What's Your Name
3.Gimme Back My Bullets
4.I Know A Little
5.That Smell
6.Simple Man
7.Whiskey Rock-A-Roller
8.The Needle And The Spoon
9.Down South Jukin
10.Tuesday's Gone
11.God & Guns
12.Still Unbroken
13.Gimme Three Steps
14.Call Me The Breeze
15.Sweet Home Alabama

Encore:

16.Free Bird

*** SKYNYRD SHOULD PLAY HAMMERSMITH EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT!!!! ***

Looking forward to the next tour already!!!!

March 08, 2010 10:19:22 AM UTC Post #6

The atmosphere of the show was great!!! The band was great too.

My only complaint is that in some cases - the most prominent one being in 'Call me the Breeze' - Gary's solos could not be heard.

March 09, 2010 12:08:28 PM UTC Post #7

Thanks for the updates...

Was there an opening act?? If so who??

I'm not dead, at least not yet, Still Alone, Still Alive, STILL UNBROKEN....

March 09, 2010 12:21:37 PM UTC Post #8

Absolutely brilliant,awesome.this ticket was a Christmas present from my step-daughter,and I was so pleased to witness this act at the Apollo,even though I was at Brixton not so long ago,but this performance was much much better.
How can you beat "Freebird",you can't,not by any other band on this earth.
Big C the Red..........better known as Charlie.

Charles Edward Holdstock

March 09, 2010 12:26:51 PM UTC Post #9

@medwaysimpleman: They were called "Gun",a band from the late 80's so the guy next to me said,I had heard of them,but I don't think they were all original members by the looks of them....................hope this helps,............Big C the Red....Charlie

Charles Edward Holdstock

March 11, 2010 5:48:29 PM UTC Post #10

My first-ever Skynyrd concert (although a fan for many years).

'Skynyrd were excellent - best concert I've seen in years, possibly EVER.

Have been enjoying 'God & Guns' since I got my copy last Autumn (Fall) - the new songs sit well beside the 'classics', especially in a concert setting.

'Skynyrd can be proud of themselves.

For me, 'Simple Man' was sooooo moving - literally brought tears to my eyes... highlights? So many great moments, but I'd say 'Tuesdays Gone' and (naturally) 'Freebird' were inspired.

Loved the songs from 'Street Survivors', but was great to hear 'Skynyrd play 'Down South Jukin' ' too... in fact, I couldn't argue with any of the songs they chose to play.

My wife has been converted and can't stop singing 'Still Unbroken' and/or 'Tuesdays Gone' around our house.

Looks like the DVDs will be getting played more often now...

If any of the band reads this: PLEASE come back to the UK again as soon as you can!

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