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Johnny became the lead vocalist for the reunited Lynyrd Skynyrd inand Donnie was also the leader and vocalist of. Initially a Southern rock band, Van Zant first recorded in the s on Geffen Records before disbanding.
Johnny and Donnie re-established Van Zant in to record two albums for CMC International, switching their focus to country music inwith two more albums on Columbia Records as a duo. Johnny recorded as a member of the s southern rock band The Johnny Van Zant Band which released albums inand The band shortened its name to Van Zant for the release of its fourth album inthe eponymous Van Zant on Geffen Records.
However, this band did not include Donnie and was soon Pollyester - Earthly Powers. Johnny released another album under his full name inbut spent most of Throw In The Towel - Keep It Up / Proven - Keep It Up / Proven time in that period singing for the Lynyrd Skynyrd reunion group.
He joined up with Donnie, and they revived the Van Zant name to release an album inBrother to Brother Initially intended as a one-off project, Brother to Brother saw chart success in the single "Rage", so the duo followed it up in with Van Zant II for the label. Inthe duo crossed over into country music, releasing Get Right with the Man on Columbia Records.
The album produced a Top 10 country single in " Help Somebody ", followed by the No. It was not possible to import the CD into iTunes because of a glitch created (Whos) Right Or Wrong - The Johnny Van Zant Band* - Round Two Sony's digital rights management software. The glitch was eventually fixed when the second Sony uninstaller offered allowed for the software to be removed.
After the release of the latter, the duo exited Columbia. Donnie had been forced to (Whos) Right Or Wrong - The Johnny Van Zant Band* - Round Two from his work with 38 Special due to health problems in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Van Zant band. For other uses, see Van Zant disambiguation. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Learn how and when to remove these template messages.
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