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perhaps the original lineup of molly hatchet is worthy to be inducted dave.. danny joe..duane...bruce..steve & banner... but definatley not the band bobby ingrams been touring with,,,they shouldnt even use the name of molly hatchet....i seen them once and was very disapointed...just imposters trying to tarnish the hatchet name
Posted by kevin on Monday, 12.24.07 @ 13:37pm
the original band of dave hlubek, danny joe brown,duane roland,steve holland,bruce crump and banner thomas plus danny joe's replacement jimmy farrar should be in the hall of fame. Bobby Ingram owns the trademark name of the band and is touring with a band under that name but it is not or ever will be MOLLY HATCHET. Jimmy Farrar, Steve Holland, Bruce Crump, Riff West,Paul Chapman(UFO fame)and Linni Dissi have a band called GATOR COUNTRY and I think they have more of write to call themselves MOLLY HATCHET than Bobby Ingram does.
Posted by rick on Sunday, 01.13.08 @ 05:56am
Phil,who by the way, was PERSONALLY chosen by Danny Joe, does one HELL of a job, not only singing and playing a mean ass harp but by personifying the music as it was meant to be. Phil and Bobby Ingram are the heart and soul of Molly Hatchet. They live,love and breathe the music and lyrics that they sing about. It doesn't matter if they are playing for 200 or 200,000 people or more,they ALWAYS put on one hell of a show. They have lived and endured things in their lives that most of us could never comprehend. Yet, they continue to not only perservere, but SURPASS their own goals. These men, every one of them in this band, are the living personification of rock and roll.
Posted by La La on Monday, 05.26.08 @ 21:56pm
Posted by Mike on Sunday, 01.11.09 @ 13:20pm
Just listened to album 'Flirting with Disaster'. Title track is just about a perfect example of Southern Rock. They sound alot like Skynyrd (or vice versa).
Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 03.29.10 @ 05:27am
The original members should be considered. Not the band calling themselves Molly Hatcht now.
Posted by Jeff on Tuesday, 04.17.12 @ 10:48am
Sorry but Dave Hlubek can't even function, steve Holland is in assisted living, the rest are dead. What's left is the members who still tour every week. They still sound great.
Posted by Erica Jane on Thursday, 07.14.16 @ 19:12pm
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