A lot of women love men with musical skills, and such is certainly the case when it comes to Lynyrd Skynyrd's female fanbase. With so much talent packed into one group, it's no wonder that some ladies go wild whenever they hear a Skynyrd song.
During their appearance at the Knebworth Festival in England in 1976, Skynyrd blew away the entire audience with a fierce performance, which included one of their newest tracks at the time, "Searching." The song tells a story of a man who has riches and everything else he could ever want in life, except for one thing...love.
As Skynyrd's lead singer Ronnie Van Zant sang about "searching" for someone to love, some of the ladies in the audience couldn't contain their excitement. One woman up toward the front of crowd danced along to the beat of the music, flipping her hair back and forth as she grooved. Her enthusiasm seemed to catch Ronnie's eye, because when the camera moved back to show him he was seen smiling in her direction.
Later during the song the camera moved to show another woman dancing along, but she was more calm. Simply swinging her head from side to side, you could tell that she was really into the music.
Following a rowdy vocal performance from Ronnie, a jammin' guitar solo by Allen Collins, and just an all-around spectacular show, everyone in the crowd roared with cheers and applause once Skynyrd wrapped up the song.
Many who attended the festival that day said Skynyrd put on the best show, and once you watch this clip below, it will be easy to see why!
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