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35 Years Ago: Molly Hatchet Release Their Debut Album

When Southern rockers Molly Hatchet unveiled their eponymous debut album 35 years ago, all they wanted was a shot to get their career up and running on a national level, following three years of dues-paying in and around the humid swamps of their native Florida. But for a greedy record industry, fairly chomping at the bit to find the next Lynyrd Skynyrd (whose plane infamously crashed in late 1977, killing several band members and crew), Molly Hatchet and other rising Southern rockers like Blackfoot, .38 Special, Doc Holliday, etc., were just grist for the music mill.

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Pat Travers-”I’m Just a Regular Guy Who Plays Guitar”

Pat Travers will headline night two at Hillbilly's Blues Fest in Alcester, SD Saturday June 15. Crash got a chance to talk to the Travers as he and the band prepare to roll into town.

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Molly Hatchet, Pat Travers Headline HillBilly’s BluesFest

Molly Hatchet and Pat Travers will headline the 3rd annual HillBilly's BluesFest in Alcester, South Dakota June 14-15.

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Rock Quiz: Molly Hatchet

Molly Hatchet put out three albums in three years between 1978 and 1980: Molly Hatchett, Flirtin’ With Disaster, and Beatin’ the Odds.  The same artist, Frank Frazetta, did the artwork on all three

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Rock Quiz: Molly Hatchet

 
Molly Hatchet put out three albums in three years between 1978 and 1980: Molly Hatchett, Flirtin’ With Disaster, and Beatin’ the Odds.  The same artist, Frank Frazetta, did the artwork on all three.  I

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Surprise #1 At Top Of Southern Rock Song Poll

The Marshall Tucker Band's 1973 classic "Can't You See" has been named the 'Greatest Southern Rock Song' in a new list by UltimateClassicRock.com. The track -- which has been a mainstay on FM radio upon it's release on the band's self-titled debut album -- has often been mistaken for being an Allman Brothers Band song, actually was never a hit, "peaking" upon release at a disappointing Number 108 on the Billboard singles charts. Coming in second was Lynyrd Skynyrd's 1974 mission statement, "Sweet Home Alabama," with 1975 Outlaws favorite "Green Grass & High Tides" rounding out the Top Three.

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