The homegrown sound of Moccasin Creek is the most progressive and raw voice to hit the music scene in quite some time. No softly crooning southern gentleman here, just a good ole boys from the scrubs of Palatka, Florida. Now residing in Tenessee, Moccasin Creek is becoming a household name. This is the real south and it isn’t pretty. Dismantling the current crop of gentlemen and sweethearts, The Creek feeds the intense craving for hard-lined lyrics depicting hard-lived lives and true southern life styles. When you hear fist-punch poetry blended with knuckle-grinding guitar, you know you’re staring down the barrel of Moccasin Creek. More information about Moccasin Creek.
In the early 1970s, a new form of music was emerging in the South. A mixture of blues, country, gospel and the English invasion of rock and roll that later was to be coined the phrase “Southern Rock.” The music was filled with style and emotion and with bands in the forefront such as the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd and a band from Jacksonville, Florida called Molly Hatchet. Named after a famous 17th-century axe murderess “hatchet molly” who would behead her lovers with the hand tool Lizzy Borden made famous. More information about Molly Hatchett.
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