Tuesday’s Gone – Lynryd Skynrd Tribute
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Tuesday’s Gone – Lynryd Skynrd Tribute

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All those fortunate enough to have seen the original Lynyrd Skynyrd Band in all their glory will tell you that they’ll never forget it, and they wish they could go back and relive the experience. Those who never did catch the original band live, well… they all wish they would’ve or could’ve. For either scenario, Tuesday’s Gone is the answer. The most common thing that people say to the band is “I saw Skynyrd in the 70’s, and y’all were the absolute closest I’ve heard since! I closed my eyes and couldn’t tell the difference!!”. People tend to be more emotional about Skynyrd than most bands. They’re sorely missed. They were the indisputable pioneers of the Southern Rock movement, who were taking the nation and the rest of the world by storm, before fate pulled them from the Mississippi sky in quite possibly the world’s most tragic plane crash.

Tuesday’s Gone was born in the booming music scene of Raleigh, North Carolina in 2005. In the nearly two decades since then, they too have taken the nation by storm. A force to be reckoned with, Tuesday’s Gone has headlined thousands of fairs, festivals, casinos, NASCAR races, Bike fests and events, and world famous venues, gracing stages all across the country paying homage to their mentors, and the fathers of southern rock ‘n’ roll. They’ve also had the honor to share many stages with some of the biggest names in Rock and Country music. Names like Molly Hatchet, Aaron Tippin, .38 Special, Sammy Kershaw, The Outlaws, and Constantine Maroulis of American Idol fame, just to name a few.

Several members of Skynyrd have even jumped on the Tuesday train, all commending the band’s attention to detail and relentless pursuit of replicating every last note of every last song with complete precision. They’re honored to have forged friendships and alliances with Skynyrd guitarists Ed King and Randall Hall, and drummer Artimus Pyle. The latter two both recruited front man Ryan King to sing lead vocals in their respective bands. The late Jimmie Van Zant presented King with one of Ronnie Van Zant’s personal Hi-Roller hats in 2009, honoring him and Tuesday’s Gone for paying tribute to his family’s namesake. Van Zant and King became close friends until Van Zant’s untimely passing in 2016.

When you’re at a Tuesday’s Gone show, you’re not just there listening to a band from afar while you do your own thing, tapping on your phone. It’s not just another show…. it’s an experience!! This band will make you PART of the show! When you leave, you’ll not only have had a great time…you’ll have had a great time with the band, TOGETHER…. and you’ll feel like you know each and every one of the seven musicians on the stage by the time you walk out the door. The next day, you’re gonna feel and sound like you sang with a rock band all night….. because you DID.

For all of these reasons, and many more, Tuesday’s Gone has flourished into a well known and widely respected national touring act. They’re no longer known across the country as a tribute band. After years of hard work, dedication, and devotion, these days they find themselves in a class all their own, known simply as Tuesday’s Gone; the only “Classic Skynyrd Reenactmynt”.

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