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Somewhere in this world exists a tape of AC/DC jamming with Lynyrd Skynyrd.
The session took place in 1977 at Skynyrd's rehearsal facility in Jacksonville, Florida during an AC/DC tour stop. Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington tells Classic Rock magazine, "Jamming with them was so cool. Both bands had really just made it and we were celebrating all that hard work."
And, Rossington adds, the tape machine was rolling. "Kevin Elson, our mixing guy, recorded it. I don't know what happened to that tape, but I'd love to hear it now. We might have jammed on 'Sweet Home Alabama,' I think... I wish we could do a gig together now... I wish they would read this and call... We were the same kind of band -- they were cocky Australians and we were cocky Southern rebels."
The best I could come up with was this "fan made" tribute song on YouTube…