Jimi Hendrix described Lolly Vegas as the best guitarist he had ever heard. In fact, he suggested that the two brothers, Lolly Vegas and Pat, should create a band. Jimi Hendrix’s suggestion resulted in the birth of Redbone. Redbone was a unique and innovative American band that featured Native Americans and Mexican Americans. The heritage of the band’s members played a role in the influence of their stage costumes, songs, and album art. The band became hitmakers in the early seventies with their singles, “The Witch Queen Of New Orleans,” “Wovoka,” “We Were All Wounded At Wounded Knee,” and “Maggie.” The band’s first album, Redbone, was released in 1970, followed by Potlatch. The band’s hit single “Come And Get Your Love” was featured in the Marvel Studios film “Guardians of the Galaxy” and was also the intro theme song for the cartoon series “F is for Family.” In the early 70s, the band showed incredible consistency, releasing an album every year from 1970 to 1974, which catapulted them to widespread recognition. Over the years, the band has shown lots of creativity and resilience, attaining massive success in their musical career. This article will list the ten best Redbone songs of all time.