Tuesday’s Gone, a North Carolina-based Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band, performed at School Road Park in Hatfield, Pennsylvania as a part of their annual MusicFeast concert series. This concert was the second in the series.
The band played Lynyrd Skynyrd’s best-known songs and some songs that determined the “real fans from the real fans.” They dedicated “Red, White, and Blue” to the veterans in attendance. They even played “Simple Man,” which audience members were requesting towards the end of the show.
The audience was a wide mix of ages, from the very young to the older folks who grew up listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd. There were a few teenagers and young adults in attendance as well. Tuesday’s Gone took notice of the ages and engaged the audience well accordingly. The wide variety of hits and lesser-known songs introduced the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd to old and new fans alike.
The band looked and sounded just like Lynyrd Skynyrd. They nailed the instruments and the vocals. Their sound was amazing, with the vocals and the instruments in perfect harmony.
They were a fun band to see perform. They brought the whole Lynyrd Skynyrd experience to those who have never seen them and to those who remember seeing them. They communicated with the audience, making it interactive and fun.