MOLLY HATCHET Official Website 1978 Molly Hatchet 1979 Flirtin' with Disaster 1980 Beatin' the Odds 1981 Take No Prisoners 1983 No Guts...No Glory 1984 The Deed Is Done 1989 Lightning Strikes Twice 1996 Devil's Canyon 1998 Silent Reign of Heroes 2000 Kingdom of XII 2005 Warriors of the Rainbow Bridge 2008 Southern Rock Masters 2010 Justice Molly Hatchet were a Southern Hard Rock band formed in 1975, in Jacksonville, Florida, by Dave Hlubek and Steve Holland, and featuring singer Danny Joe Brown. The name Molly Hatchet was taken from a prostitute who mutilated and decapitated clients (just a bit of trivia for you). Molly Hatchet originally came to the attention of fellow Southern rockers .38 Special, who recommended the band to their manager Pat Armstrong, who got them signed to Epic Records. Their first album, self-titled Molly Hatchet, reached 64 on the Billboard charts. No singles were released from the album. Their next album, 1979's Flirtin' With Disaster, has stood up as classic album in the Southern Rock scene of the 70's, up there in my opinion with Pronounced Lynyrd Skynyrd and Brothers & Sisters. The lead single, title track Flirtin' With Disaster, was Molly Hatchet's most commercially viable single. From then on, Molly Hatchet began to subscribe to the traditional Southern rock practice of the "personell revolving door". Singer Danny Joe Brown was the first to leave, and no single person has been a member of the band for it's entire history (from 1975 to present day). Despite this, Molly Hatchet is still recording to this day, albiet not at the height of success found with Flirtin' With Disaster. I'm not as well versed on Molly Hatchet lore from the post-Flirtin' era, but here's a song from their 2010 album, Justice.