Lynyrd Skynyrd July 1975 The day before this show, after I got off work some friends and I went out for some drinks. Well I got plastered and went to work the next day with a huge hangover. The thing that kept me going was knowing that the Slynyrd show was tonight. On the way to the show, which was at the Capitol Centre in Landover Maryland, we were drinking and smoking dope, so by show time I was feeling fine. The show was a triple bill. Opening act was Elvin Bishop. Now I don't remember all the songs played this night but I remember some. I know Bishop played Juke Joint Jump and a extended version of Travelin Shoes. Next up was The Marshall Tucker Band. Take the Highway, Heard it in a love song, Ramblin, Can't you see. They were great. Most people don't remember how great a guitar player the late Toy Caldwell was. He removed our faces. On comes Skynyrd. Workin for MCA, I Ain't the One, I'm a County Boy, Whiskey Rock and Roller, Sweet Home Alabama, Tuesdays Gone, Freebird. Billy Powell was playing a white grand piano. It was beyond cool. For the encore Elvin Bishop and Toy Caldwell joined Skynyrd for a blasting version of T is for Texas. My hair was on fire. Just a super show.