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Molly Hatchet was formed int Jacksonville, Florida in the year 1975 and it is a Southern rock band. They are popularly known for their hit song "Flirtin' with Disaster" from the album with the same title. The band was founded by Dave Hlubek and Steve Holland. The band's lineup featured three guitarists and they were Dave Hlubek, Steve Holland and Duane Roland and in addition to it, the band had vocalists such as Danny Joe Brown, bassist Banner Thomas and drummer Bruce Crump. Molly hatchet was actually the name of a legendary Southern prostitute who used to allegedly behead and mutilate her clients, (reasons best known to her).

The members of the band mingled loud hard-rock boogie with guitar jam-oriented Southern rock. They recorded a self titled debut album in the year 1978, that quickly went platinum. Next came the follow-up, Flirtin' With Disaster, which was more successful than the earlier one and the album sold for an astonishing two million. In 1980, Brown left the group since the constant touring became too much for him and he couldn't take it anymore. He was replaced by by Jimmy Farrar for Beatin' the Odds, but Farrar's voice didn't had the charm or appeal unlike Brown and as a result the popularity of the band began to decline. The band then experimented with horns on Take No Prisoners, but soon afterwards Farrar left the band to began a solo career. In 1982, Brown rejoined the band and they released the ensuing album, "No Guts....No Glory", but the album didn't do well in the box office and as a result it was declared flopped. Hlube, the guitarist insisted on reorganizing Molly Hatchet's sound. They then released a straightforward pop/ rock album, The Deed is Done. After this album, the band decided to stop recording for some time in the year 1985, while its album Double Trouble Live was released. This album is a collection of some of its best-known songs.
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In 1989, the band returned again, but this time Hlubek was not a part of the band. They released an album of straight, polished AOR, Lightning Strikes Twice, but this album was also a flop. Shortly afterwards, the band disbanded. In the mid 90s, Molly Hatchet, reunited again as an active touring outfit. They released their first record, "Devil's Canyon" in the year 1996 after Lightning Strikes Twice. In 1998 they released their next album Silent Reign of Heroes and in the early 2001 they released Kingdom of XII. A number of live recordings appeared during the next few years and the band's studio follow-up, Warriors of the Rainbow Bridge was released in the year 2005.

A number of musician has been the members of the band Molly Hatchet was Danny Joe Brown as the bassist as well as the vocalist, Bryan Bassett the guitarist, Bruce Crump as the drummer, Jimmy Farrar, as the vocalist, John Galvin, Dave Hlubek, Steve Holland, guitarist, Bobby Ingram, Duane Roland as the guitarist, Banner Thomas, Riff West, Tim Donovan on keyboard, Phil McCormack as vocalist, Sean Shannon as the drummer, Andy McKinney, Mac Crawford and Russ Maxwell.

A list of the albums of Molly Hatchet are Molly Hatchet in the year 1978, Flirtin' with Disaster in 1979, Beatin' the Odds in 1980, Take No Prisoners in 1981, No Guts...No Glory in 1983, Deed Is Done in 1984, Double Trouble Live in 1985, Lightning Strikes Twice in 1989, Cut to the Bone in 1993, Devil's Canyon in 1996, Silent Reign of Heroes in 1998, Live at the Agora Ballroom Atlanta, Georgia April 20, 1979 released in the year 2000, Kingdom of XII in 2000, Live!: Extended Versions in 2002, Locked and Loaded in 2003, Greatest Hits Live in 2003, 25th Anniversary: Best of Re-Recorded in 2004 and Warriors of the Rainbow Bridge in 2005.

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