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Lynyrd Skynyrd are a notable American, Southern Rock band They began their career in 1964 in Jacksonville, Florida under the name of My Backyard before becoming The Noble Five, then One Percent and eventually settling on Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1969. The band quickly made a name for themselves throughout the 1970s having released iconic hit singles such as 'Sweet Home Alabama', 'Gimme Three Steps' and 'Free Bird' over this short period of time. Lynyrd Skynyrd's highest charting entry was in fact 'Sweet Home Alabama' having reached number 8 in the charts of August 1974. The track was written in response to Neil Young's track 'Southern Man', but contrary to belief, the pair were actually good friends and not rivals. 'Sweet Home Alabama' was the only Lynyrd Skynyrd track to make the top 10, but each one of their records throughout the 70s surpassed the one million sales mark. Three days after the release of their 1977 album 'Street Survivors', Lynyrd Skynyrd were halted by a tragic accident. Three members of the band, Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, alongside backup singer Cassie Gaines were killed when their twin engine plane crashed in a swamp in Gillsburg, Mississippi. Following this, the band took a ten year hiatus in which various members of the Lynyrd Skynyrd continued making music during this time. The band returned in 1987 after drafting in members from times preceding the crash and completed a huge huge tour. Lynyrd Skynyrd's lineup has been ever changing since the crash with the only band members linked back to Lynyrd Skynyrd in the 70s being Gary Rossington and Rickey Medlocke. Over four decades, Lynyrd Skynyrd have released 60 albums, have sold a whopping 30 million records worldwide, alongside the band being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006.