The band is best known for their 1979 hit song “Flirtin’ with Disaster”.
Molly Hatchet took its name from a prostitute who allegedly mutilated and decapitated her clients.
One iconic aspect of Molly Hatchet’s image is that many of the band’s album covers feature art inspired by heroic fantasy, several of which were painted by artists such as Frank Frazetta, Boris Vallejo, and Paul R. Gregory.
Southern rock, rock music, southern metal
Artist Website Link: http://mollyhatchet.com/
Molly Hatchet (1978)
Flirtin’ with Disaster (1979)
Beatin’ the Odds (1980)
TAke No Prisoners (1981)
No Guts… No Glory (1983)
The Deed Is Done (1984)
Lightning Strikes Twice (1989)
Devil’s Canyon (1996)
Silent Reign of Heroes (1998)
Kingdom of XII (2000)
Warriors of the Rainbow Bridge (2005)
Southern Rock Masters (2008)
Regrinding the Axes (2012)