During the spring of 1969, Rickey Medlocke and Greg T. Walker met New York City native Charlie Hargrett in Jacksonville and organized the band Fresh Garbage with Ron Sciabarasi for keyboards, Rick for drums and vocals, Greg for bass and Hargrett for lead guitar, playing mostly at The Comic Book Club on Forsyth Street.
Blackfoot is a Southern rock band formed in 1972 in Jacksonville, Florida with two former members of Lynyrd Skynyrd bassist Greg T. Walker and singer-guitarist Ricky Medlocke (who played drums and mandolin to Lynyrd). The peculiarity of the group is to count, Jakson Spires drummer with three authentic Indian in its ranks [ref. needed]. Only guitarist Charlie Hargrett is the white Southern United States [ref. needed]. The band broke up in 1984. Ricky Medlocke attempt a reformation in 1987…
Formerly named 'Hammer' during 1970, the Southern rock musical ensemble from Jacksonville, Florida decided to change their name to 'Blackfoot' to represent the American Indian heritage of band members ( part Cherokee, part Sioux, and part Eastern Creek; a Florida Indians tribe). They are also known as a hard rock act. They've had a number of successful albums during the 1970s and early 1980s, including Strikes (1979), Tomcattin' (1980) and Marauder (1981).
▶ The Outlaws [Live at the Seattle Center Arena on Feb 3, 1979] Playlist: 1 Hurry Sundown 2 Lover Boy 3 Dirty City 4 You Can Have It 5 Falling Rain 6 A Real Good Feelin' 7 Freeborn Man 8 Take It Any Way You Want It 9 There Goes Another Love Song 10 You Are The Show ~ Lineup: Harvey Dalton Arnold - bass, vocals David Dix - percussion, drums Billy Jones - guitar, vocals (rip 1995) Freddie Salem - guitar, vocals Hughie Thomasson - guitar, vocals (rip 2007) Monte Yoho - drums