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Re: “Riverfest Saturday: Pat Green, David Nail, Charlie Daniels Band at the Miller Lite Riverfest Amphitheatre Stage

Those southern rockers from the early 70s were grittier and louder than the country rock groups that came before. The Charlie Daniels Band first hit in 1973 with “Uneasy Rider,” the tale of a long-haired Southern boy who gets a flat in front of the wrong bar in Jackson, Mississippi. On Rockaeology at Daniels says the incident was complete fiction, but the inspiration came when he was with the Grateful Dead and other 60s rockers in Dixie during a rock festival… and we learn about the real “Ol’ Green Teeth.”

Posted by jensenlee on 05/28/2011 at 12:52 PM


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