We are a Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute Band From Southern California Drawn together by our love for Southern Rock and Dedicated to keeping the great music of the Ronnie Van Zant era Lynyrd Skynyrd alive. Skynyrd Reloaded performs the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd in a fascinating show recreating the Hey Day period of 1975-1977 complete with the look and sounds of a real Skynyrd Concert. Both casual and hardcore Skynyrd fans are guided through an unforgettable experience as close as possible to the original.
You'll hear the distinctive guitar tones, and amazing solos that made the band famous. Wonderful piano melodies, backing female vocals, along with a tight rhythm section that holds it all together. You'll hear all the songs as the original band played them climaxing with a rousing rendition of Free Bird.

"If you are a fan of Lynyrd Skynyrd or Southern Rock you must see this band"
Victor Delgado UltimateClassicRockMemories.com

"This band sounds great. The Singer sounds as close to Ronnie Van Zant as i've ever heard."
Ron Eckerman Plane crash survivor & Lynyrd Skynyrd Road Manager 1975 - 1977

"They are regarded as Southern California's premier Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute group"
Gary James ClassicBands.com


Skynyrd Reloaded @ The Rock House

The Rock House at PCH Club, 6285 East Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach CA


Top Rock Entertainment Present ROCK N ROLL For Your Soul with 4 awesome tributes for a night of song singing, drink slinging & dancing!!

Scheduled to Rock you; ZZ Topz - a Tribute to ZZ Top-815p-9p Skynyrd Reloaded 915p-1015p Badass Company 1030p-1130p Stranglehold a tribute to Ted Nugent 1145p-1230a

$10.00 Age limit: 21+



Riviera Village Summerfest

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Riviera Village, Catalina and I street, Redondo Beach, CA


Skynyrd Reloaded returns to Redondo Beach Riviera Village Summerfest for the 3rd year in a row ! Come down to the beach and party with us

Age limit: All ages



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