Lynyrd Skynyrd won't play GOP Convention due to unpredictable weather

(CNN) -- The Republican National Convention on Friday, August 24th gave some insight into who will be entertaining their thousands of delegates next week. Now, one group has called it quits due to Tropical Storm Isaac.

Lynyrd Skynyrd has canceled plans to play in Tampa ahead of the GOP Convention, citing the unpredictable weather from Tropical Storm Isaac.

Rockers 3 Doors Down, country crooners The Oak Ridge Boys and Randy Owens and "America's Got Talent" winner Neal Boyd are still set to play.

The 50,000 who are expected to attend the four-day convention next week will also hear from some local flare in the Tampa Gospel Choir and Conrad Oberg, a legally blind 17-year-old keyboardist and guitarist from Jacksonville, Florida.

Notably absent from the lineup announced on Friday is Kid Rock, who performed at a Romney rally in Michigan in February. Kid Rock's "Born Free" is a staple of the soundtrack at Romney rallies.

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