Topic: R.I.P. Ed King

I just found out that Ed King (past guitarist for Lynard Skynard) passed away last month on Aug 22, at just 68 years old. He was probably best known as the co-author of "Sweet Home Alabama", and many of us grew up learning to play the opening riff that he wrote.

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Re: R.I.P. Ed King

RIP sad     

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Re: R.I.P. Ed King

A heart transplant in 2011.  Time to rest in peace Mr. King. You were a great writer and guitar player. You will be missed for years.     

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