Two schools of thought thrive in the wild and woolly world of Southern rock. First, you can pull the Lynyrd Skynyrd approach and get a little more country than rock 'n' roll but still keep the boogie that country lacks. A whole slew of bands have pulled this off with varying degrees of success, including Molly Hatchet and the Marshall Tucker Band. Then there is the Allman Brothers path: some country but stress free-form improvisation. Traveling down this winding road are many of the modern jam bands. This is... More >>>