iStock/ThinkstockFor many people, Thanksgiving is a time for stuffing your face and getting together with family, and it’s no different for some of the music stars who spoke recently with ABC Radio.

Founding Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington says his holiday will be highlighted by a traditional meal featuring “the normal turkey and dressing and taters and the whole trimming.”

The Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer adds that there certainly will be no shortage of food, thanks to a couple of family members who he says know their way around a kitchen.

“My daughter [Mary‘s] a chef…and she cooks up a storm. And my other daughter, Annie, cooks too, and she cooks up a storm,” Rossington reveals. “So we put it all together and have a feast.”

Longtime Eagles bassist Timothy B. Schmit, another Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, tells ABC Radio that his holiday also will be “pretty traditional.”

As he explains, “I usually have my three adult children over, and a lot of us cook, including the kids. So we just do the traditional meal and try to get together.”

Schmit also notes that he and his family often will spend part of their holiday sharing some reflective moments, noting that “everybody kind of talks about what their thankful for at one point if it’s not too forced or if anybody’s into it.”

As for ex-Foreigner singer Lou Gramm, he says his Thanksgiving will be a low-key gathering.

“I think this is gonna be a real quiet one, just with close family and the turkey and the dressings,” he reports.

Whatever your plans for the holiday are, here’s wishing you a happy and healthy one!

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