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Molly Hatchet

Named after a legendary Southern prostitute who allegedly beheaded and mutilated her clients, Jacksonville's Molly Hatchet meld loud hard rock boogie with guitar jam-oriented Southern rock. Formed in 1975, the group's original lineup featured three guitarists -- Dave Hlubek, Steve Holland, and Duane Roland -- plus vocalist Danny Joe Brown, bassist Banner Thomas, and drummer Bruce Crump. They recorded a self-titled debut album in 1978, which quickly went platinum; the follow-up, Flirtin' with Disaster, was even more successful, selling over two million copies. Brown left the group in 1980 after the constant touring became too tiresome; he was replaced by Jimmy Farrar for Beatin' the Odds, but Farrar's voice was less immediately identifiable, and Molly Hatchet's commercial appeal began a slow decline. The band experimented with horns on Take No Prisoners, but Farrar left for a solo career soon afterwards. Brown rejoined the band in 1982, but the ensuing album, No Guts...No Glory, flopped, and guitarist Hlubek insisted on revamping Molly Hatchet's sound. After The Deed Is Done, a straightforward pop/rock album, the group took some time off in 1985 while its Double Trouble Live album, a collection of some of its best-known songs, was released. Molly Hatchet returned in 1989 without Hlubek for an album of straight, polished AOR, Lightning Strikes Twice. Not even the group's fan base bought the record, and Molly Hatchet disbanded shortly afterward. They reunited in the mid-'90s as an active touring outfit, releasing Devil's Canyon, their first record since Lightning Strikes Twice, in 1996. Continuing to recapture the style of their glory days, Silent Reign of Heroes followed in 1998, and Kingdom of XII appeared in early 2001. A slew of live recordings appeared during the next few years, and the band's studio follow-up, Warriors of the Rainbow Bridge, was released in 2005. Their 13th album, Justice, appeared in 2010. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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I saw them when I was stationed in what was W. Germany in the early 80's
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wolvenmeck
I saw them in in '86. Nothing matches Danny voice. Unfortunatel y , my favorite Hatchet tune is Beatin' the Odds with Jimmy singing.
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Remember live Hatchet with 3 guitarists tearing it up, hair flying, liquor pouring, and the crowd roaring. Southern rock/metal at its best
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Have always been a Molly Hatchet fan....
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DREAMS love it
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Raw southern jams, & I been jamming to them for years.
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I saw the latest line up 2 years ago in MAYBERRY at VETRANS PARK they rocked great job
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dogfish_77
Yes they do!
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RIP Bruce Crump
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Molly rocks
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This song rocks right there with freebird
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Heavy Metal of southern rock these guys could jam n concert loved there music come back 70s
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Real rock n roll. Where did it go
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I LOVE THIS CD IT JUST OLD DAYS TRY IT YOU WILL LOVE IT
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Danny Joe Brown > All other Hatchet vocalists
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My buddy had that awesome Molly hatchet warrior art on his chevy van in 70s
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woodstr327
Party with them back in Miami in 1978 when they stay at DuPont hotel
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Saw them at a bar called level III for $3 in Orlando in 1978. Damn just realized I got old
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Saw em here in texas, san leon last friday nite.....awe s o m e
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Neo- Hatchet is just a little better than Neo-Skynyrd which pretty much sucks. Saw neo-Hatchet at a bike run in Colorado. The new Danny Joe impersonator i o claimed to be there from the beginning. Wrongo big feller. You don't look like anyone I saw playin' with Tucker and the Outlaws in Long Beach and L.A.-circa '77, '78, 79.
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Whats up with the newbee b**ches
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Bought Take no Prisoners the day my first daughter was born. Wife went into labor in the evening and had the baby by 11:00. Stayed with her till 3 in the morning and went home so hopped up that I listened to the album till the sun came up.
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jopaha
Good old days
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Literally ran into the entire band walking into the old Denver Stapleton airport in 1980. Still remember it like it was yesterday! They were the best!!
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how do I get their album art?
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bcs1961
Saw them at the wreck bar in Daytona beach back in 78.
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My very first concert was Molly Hatchet and April Wine. LOVED IT!
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socratesjw
Like another fan, I had an 8 track of Flirting w Disaster. Brown's voice is southern rock to me.
I had a poster on my wall from an outdoor concert in a stadium. It just looked like the south. I saw all the southern looking fans with beers in hand. Quite a cool image for a New York kid to young to go to concerts
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Saw them in Austin at the old Metal collisium with Blackfoot !!!
Needless to say one Hell of a concert... Round 82 ?
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mviking2
Saw them in San Fran 1980 with Headeast and the Outlaws. They should have been the headliners. Dreams I'll Never See (long version) is right there with Freebird. Rock on....
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Hey bottleman. ..it's a Allman Brothers Tune dude....Not Molly Hatchet
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Most underrated southern rock bands ever... These cats can match Skynyrd lick for lick any day...
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Real ole school. Jammin.
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Love southern rock
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These guys were great in concert. Tight and blazing guitars! Kick in the a**. Miss them.
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Lived in St. Mary's Vs used to skip school and slip across the bay to see them play@ Fernindina Beach
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What a fucken criminal you are. No less ill earned , every bit. You must very proud of your your necessity in needing to ignore that fact. Steal away big boys. Earn it not, but steal away. Proud of your ill earned reality.
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What can I say... Molly Hatchet frickin' huge time rocks and Bounty Hunter will always be one of my favorites. This band goes well served with beer and some good friends<><
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kseminole1
Bought the first album on 8 track and wore it the hell out! have been rocking the Hatchet ever since! Good things become classics not lost!
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Just good ole southern fried rock! this is back when times were not so mtought and you could understand the words to songs
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blues/rock
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james.caslin
Another SKYNARD clone!!! Paying homage to the original southern rock band or The best F*%^'n band ever!!!
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It's hard to beat the Album Art of Hatchet, It's a unique combo of Medieval, He-Man, and the depths of Hell.
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jlweisberg
I walked into a club called the Open Door ( a real dump) I believe it was 78 Danny Joe Brown was singing, Gregg Alman came in along with several guys from Skynard and Outlaws. It was Dannys birthday and just a big party. After every song he took a Qualude and huge swigs of Wild Turkey 101. He finally fell off the little stage. Ile

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This is not songs, this is SOUTHERN ANTHEMS !!!!!!!!
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If I could give Flirtin' with disaster 2 thumbs up , I would!!
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rbsivley
Molly Hatchet is what Southern Rock is meant to be.
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this is one of the songs/soundt r a c k s from the dukes of Hazzard movie
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john_daigle6
Southern Grunge Rock. Best -heard loud ..Take; Skynard, 38 Special, with ZZ Top along with Bad Company, shake it up with some Govt Mule and everyone will agree that Whisky Rock n Roll is best served loud and proud. Watch out for them Gators!
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Their album artwork was better than their music
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