Lynyrd Skynyrd will headline the Discovery Channel special “Chopper Live: The Revenge” on Tuesday, December 11th at 9pm ET/PT.
Skynyrd will be on hand to perform the title track to their latest album, “Last of A Dyin’ Breed,” as well as their 1974 classic, “Sweet Home Alabama.”
“Chopper Live: The Revenge” is the sequel to last year’s first-ever “American Chopper Live.” The 2011 special saw Paul Teutul Jr. beat out his father, Paul Sr. and nemesis Jesse James to take the title and the honor of ultimate bike builder.
This year, all three are back – plus Fast ‘N Loud stars Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufman – to duke it out in an incredible four way bike build-off. In this two-night special, fans will to vote on their favorite bike after seeing the four finished products during the regularly-scheduled “American Chopper” on Monday, December 10th at 9pm ET/PT.
The following evening at 9:00pm ET/PT, “Chopper Live: The Revenge” will air from Las Vegas’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino for what’s sure to be a night that will go down in Discovery history.
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