#1
I already love the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd, and Marshall Tucker Band

Do you guys have any other reccomendations?
#3
Molly Hatchet, Blackfoot, The Outlaws, Drive By Truckers, Blackberry Smoke, Pride And Glory
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#4
Black Crowes
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#5
Black Stone Cherry are heavier than the bands you mentioned but are definitely worth a listen. They have some very sweet guitar solos and tight all round playing.
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#6
The Allman Brothers Band
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Wet Willie
Cowboy
Dickey Betts & Great Southern
The Marshall Tucker Band
The Gregg Allman Band
The Charlie Daniels Band
Bloodkin
Capt. Soularcat
Tishamingo
Poco
Firefall
Little Feat
Gov't Mule
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
Leroy Justice
Les Dudek
Outformation
Widespread Panic
The Ozark Mountain Daredevils
Whiskey Myers
Liquid Groove Mojo
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#9
Cry of Love is good.


Avoid .38 Special. Seriously, they are the "Pop Band of Southern Rock".


I'd also recommend Atlanta Rhythm Section.

EDIT:

Atlanta Rhythm Section - Sky High

Elvin Bishop - Juke Joint Jump

Tishamingo - Wastin' Time (Jess Franklin has got to be one of the hottest slide guitarists around.)

Cameron Williams & Benji Shanks - Ain't Wastin' Time No More

The Marshall Tucker Band - Southern Woman

Charlie Daniels Band - Birmingham Blues

Les Dudek - Old Judge Jones

The Allman Brothers Band
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#10
Check out Government Mule, for sure. God made Gibsons for a reason. Warren Haynes can explain it to you.
I would also recommend Hayseed Dixie. They're a bluegrass band, but "Christine Sixteen" will never be the same.
You could also chug a case of red bull and take in a Robert Randolph and the Family Band show. You have never heard anyone rip the guts out of a pedal steel guitar like that.
#11
Blackberry Smoke is definitely worth a listen. Their new album is a little on the country side, but "A Little Piece of Dixie" is a great southern rock album
#12
Grateful Dead - American Beauty could be considered southern rock, however the term does them no justice.
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#13
^ ???

No.


There are Country Rock elements, and some stuff that boogies, but in no way is American Beauty Southern Rock.

I can concede Jerry's main lick in "Til The Morning Comes" having a Southern Rock sound to it, but that's it.
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#15
How about the Outlaws,Marshall Tucker,Ozark Mt Daredevils,Firefall,Poco. Blackhawk
#16
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#18
Check out Terry Reid, I think you'll dig him. The Seed of Memory album is what got me into him, but River is a great album too. If you are into a little newer kind of sounding southern rock, JJ Grey & Mofro is a band I came across a few years ago, they've got alot of good stuff.
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#19
Blackberry Smoke, great band! Pride & Glory, Wylde's precursor to BLS too, as prev mentioned. Also, if you like some heavier southern rock/metal check out Maylene and the Sons of Disaster. There's some killer guitar playing on their albums. Gibsons, Teles, banjos, slide, pedal tones...great stuff. If Skynyrd and Pantera had a love child:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmU5RwuB-bw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQX57tL4Y-Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ed1iZu7k5cc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSzvPXP5DaA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6w3Z5l39ac
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qD6-O_N-uDY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZk1opZyvLU

Great full show by BBS:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECbiX1TeL2w

Pride & Glory
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moxgknum-j4
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#20
Axe. A band out of Jacksonville, Fl. in the early 80's. I think they were formerly called Babyface (not absolutely sure on that) but try Back on the Streets and Life's Just an Illusion which are two of my favorite cuts from their self titled first album. Give them a listen and let us know what you think. Edit//Oh, and Back on the Streets is one that starts slow and builds so stay with it.
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#21
The first three solo album from Les Dudek are great. And if you're into pickin', any of the Steve Morse country tunes.
#22
Yea man...Axe also had that "Knock down drag out Rock and Roll party in the streets"
song...I loved that song and some others from their albums..Offering and Nemesis.

Molly Hatchet,Skynyrd The Outlaws, The Marshall Tucker band Allman Brothers band,Blackfoot and Doc Holiday and newer bands like Blackberry Smoke and Black Stone Cherry are some of my favorites.
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#23
Monster Truck are a bit of a Black Stone Cherry sounding band. Definitely worth a listen.