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LYNYRD SKYNYRD (ARTIMUS PYLE) - DRUMHEAD SIGNED - HFSID 276297

LYNYRD SKYNYRD: ARTIMUS PYLE The drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd signs a drumhead, adding the name of the song that made the band famous. Drumhead signed: "Freebird/Fly/On [peace symbol]/Artimus Pyle Drums/Lynyrd Skynyrd". Remo Weatherking Emperor drumhead, 14-inch diameter.

Sale Price $743.75

Reg. $875.00

Condition: fine condition
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LYNYRD SKYNYRD: ARTIMUS PYLE
The drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd signs a drumhead, adding the name of the song that made the band famous.
Drumhead signed: "Freebird/Fly/On [peace symbol]/Artimus Pyle Drums/Lynyrd Skynyrd". Remo Weatherking Emperor drumhead, 14-inch diameter. Accompanied by photograph, unsigned, color, 6x4, of Pyle signing this drumhead. "Free Bird", which appeared on Lynyrd Skynyrd's debut album in 1973, was a tribute to the late Duane Allman. The song gave Lynyrd Skynyrd its first national exposure. Thomas Delmer "Artimus" Pyle (born in 1948), who began playing the drums at age 12, joined Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1974, shortly after the group released their second album, Second Helping, which featured their signature hit, "Sweet Home Alabama". Three years later, Pyle, who was known as the "Wild Man" of the group, survived the plane crash that killed Ronnie Van Zant and Steve Gaines and Gaines' sister, Cassie. In 1981, Pyle formed the A.P.B. (sometimes called the Artimus Pyle Band or also known as the All Points Bulletin), which released two albums before Pyle joined the Skynyrd Tribute Tour in 1987. He left that group after releasing another Skynyrd album in 1991, but Pyle continues to play with his own band and performs with other musicians. He released a studio album, Artimus Venomus, in 2007. Minor surface scratches and smudges (not evident head on). Fine condition, with large, bold signature.

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