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About Blackfoot

Blackfoot's "Highway Song" remains a dietary staple for any self-respecting consumer of Southern Rock. Rooted in the same fertile Florida loam that gave rise to Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers, these Jacksonville-based blues rockers developed an increasingly heavy sound that eventually established the band as cracker rock's resident metalsmiths. Cutting more grooves than a ten-row tiller, Blackfoot's good ol' boy anthems manage to raise more hell than a passel of polecats in a poke sack.

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Blackfoot's "Highway Song" remains a dietary staple for any self-respecting consumer of Southern Rock. Rooted in the same fertile Florida loam that gave rise to Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers, these Jacksonville-based blues rockers developed an increasingly heavy sound that eventually established the band as cracker rock's resident metalsmiths. Cutting more grooves than a ten-row tiller, Blackfoot's good ol' boy anthems manage to raise more hell than a passel of polecats in a poke sack.

About Blackfoot

Blackfoot's "Highway Song" remains a dietary staple for any self-respecting consumer of Southern Rock. Rooted in the same fertile Florida loam that gave rise to Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers, these Jacksonville-based blues rockers developed an increasingly heavy sound that eventually established the band as cracker rock's resident metalsmiths. Cutting more grooves than a ten-row tiller, Blackfoot's good ol' boy anthems manage to raise more hell than a passel of polecats in a poke sack.

About Blackfoot

Blackfoot's "Highway Song" remains a dietary staple for any self-respecting consumer of Southern Rock. Rooted in the same fertile Florida loam that gave rise to Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers, these Jacksonville-based blues rockers developed an increasingly heavy sound that eventually established the band as cracker rock's resident metalsmiths. Cutting more grooves than a ten-row tiller, Blackfoot's good ol' boy anthems manage to raise more hell than a passel of polecats in a poke sack.