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In 1973 four young musicians, Joe Dan Petty, Larry Howard, Dru Lombar, and Rick Burnett, moved to a farm outside of Warner Robbins, Ga. For 10 months the band wrote and rehearsed material for what was to become their first album on the rising Capricorn label. The album "Honest to Goodness", The band GRINDERSWITCH. With the release of their first album came non stop touring with The Allman Brothers Band, The Marshall…

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  • "Live At My Father's Place" is a damn mighty fine album! I recommend a listen to it.
  • Their first two records Honest to Goodness and Macon Tracks should be so much more widely known among southern rock fans than they are. Fantastic music!
  • Saw these guys a few times back in the 1970's. They were road warriors. Seem to remember their record company screwin' 'em,killing their momentum. After reading their Bio above,I disagree. What curtailed it in the mainstream Media & Radio was when Jimmy Carter left and Ronald Reagan was elected President in 1980. Then MTV came. The Southern Music scene didn't just disappear,you just had to know where to go.
  • My ex turned me on to these guys in 79. Love you always Jeanie.- Michael
  • @KeithCrawford, This kind of music will never die - it gets passed on like the family silver. :) So far I'm hitting two out of four with my descendants.
  • How did I miss this group all these years?...Great music
  • NONE OF MY DAMNED HOMEBOYS GET ANY LOVE i guess this kind of music will be dead in 20 to 30 more years

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