Young Lynyrd Skynyrd Fan Crafts Hard Rockin’ “Call Me The Breeze” Cover
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Is It Just Me, Or Does That Shirt Look Familiar?
The legacy forged by Southern rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd carries on well into the 21st century, with the band boasting a devoted fan base “three generations bold”. That is to say, a fan base comprised of grandparents who remember seeing Lynyrd Skynyrd in their earliest days, their adult children who remember when Lynyrd Skynyrd burst back into our lives in 1987, and grandchildren like the young man in the video you’re about to see who carries the torch for Jacksonville’s finest in the form of a hard rockin’ cover of “Call Me The Breeze”.
Fun Fact: Written in 1972, “Call Me The Breeze”features the early use of a drum machine.
Originally written by JJ Cale, “Call Me The Breeze” got the Southern rock royal treatment when Lynyrd Skynyrd first covered it for 1974’s Second Helping, giving its easy, breezy sound an extra shot of somethin’ special with blistering guitar solo after blistering guitar solo and talented teen YouTuber BudMovies captures that spirit perfectly, sporting his very own Lynyrd Skynyrd t-shirt and a 2009 Gibson Explorer for a seriously rockin’ take on one of our favorite Skynyrd masterpieces. Check it out in the video below – with his talent, attention to detail and love for all things Lynyrd Skynyrd, this talented young man’s got quite a bright future ahead of him and we can’t wait to see what the music world’s got in store for him!