Lynyrd Skynyrd Reflects On Its Past With New Free Track


Lynyrd Skynyrd has just released a new track, which is available for downloading free of charge for the next week.

The melancholy and nostalgic “Last Of The Street Survivors” takes its name from the band’s ongoing farewell tour. The song was written by Gary RossingtonJohnny Van Zant, Rickey Medlocke, and Tom Hambridge.

The group posted a message to fans on social media, stating: “As promised, here’s a little gift from our Skynyrd family to yours — a new song entitled ‘Last Of The Street Survivors.’ You can stream and download it for free for a week right here: We want thank everyone for making this possible. Stay safe and God bless ❤️ LS”

Written by Gary Rossington, Johnny Van Zant, Rickey Medlocke and Tom Hambridge, “Last Of The Street Survivors” was produced by Three Southern Gents, recorded by John Albani and mixed at Sonic Studios,

The lyrics read in part: “We played the Garden in New York City / We rocked the house down in New Orleans / We think about the ones we lost along the way. Out here on the 75 / Keeping the dream alive / Highway brothers and midnight riders / We’re the last of the street survivors.”

Also out now is the soundtrack to Lynyrd’s Skynyrd‘s latest concert film, titled Lynyrd Skynyrd: Last Of The Street Survivors Farewell Tour – Lyve.

The tracklisting for Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Last Of The Street Survivors Farewell Tour – Lyve is: “Workin’ For MCA,” “Skynyrd Nation,” “What’s Your Name,” “That Smell,” “Travelin’ Man,” “I Know A Little,” “The Needle And The Spoon,” “Saturday Night Special,” “Red White And Blue,” “The Ballad Of Curtis Loew,” “Tuesday’s Gone,” “Don’t Ask Me No Questions,” “Simple Man,” “Gimme Three Steps,” “Call Me The Breeze,” “Sweet Home Alabama,” and “Freebird.”