Gregg Allman‘s 2012 memoir, My Cross To Bear, is being developed into a feature film biopic by the same team working on the upcoming film about legendary New York punk club CBGB. According to the […]
“It’s been twenty-four years!” declared Gregg Allman in a rare bit of on-stage banter at Friday night’s (March 1) kickoff to the Allman Brothers Band‘s annual “March Madness” at New York City’s Beacon Theatre. Of course, he […]
In October of 2012, one of the best lineups of rock, country and soul acts came together to pay tribute to the late Band drummer/singer Levon Helm at New Jersey’s Izod Center. The Love For […]
It’s fascinating that this book even got published. Allman Brothers Band singer/keyboardist Gregg Allman generally doesn’t like being interviewed. But after some health scares in recent years, he decided to set the record straight.
When much-beloved drummer/singer Levon Helm of The Band passed away on April 19, musicians from all genres and generations paid tribute at their concerts, in interviews and on Twitter. But on October 3rd at New Jersey’s Izod Center, a number of legends will pay tribute to him at a concert called “Love For Levon.”
WZLX opens up the ticket stash to find that today (August 10) is the ten-year anniversary of an Allman Brothers concert at the Comcast Center!
The Bank of America Pavilion hosted the Allman Brothers Band for the second straight night Wednesday, and the band were not short on special guests this time around after performing with Susan Tedeschi on night one. Blues super-collaborator James Montgomery joined the band onstage for a special rendition of the Allmans’ famous cover of Blind Willie McTell’s “Statesboro Blues.”
The Allman Brothers Band made the first of two appearances in as many nights at the Bank of America Pavilion Tuesday night, and offered the fans a little more than just their own classic rock staples. They performed renditions of Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright,” featuring Susan Tedeschi on guest vocals, and Van Morrison’s “And It Stoned Me.”
The most surprising thing about the tour is that it hadn’t happened before now. There was clearly a respect and a bond between the two bands. It’s truly a co-headlining affair: The Allmans played first, whereas the prior night at Long’s Island’s Nikon At Jones Beach, they closed the show.
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