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Eat A Peach – Trouble No More Brings The Iconic Allman Brothers Band Album To A New Generation
The band has been on tour celebrating the 50th Anniversary of ‘Eat A Peach.’
‘I Am The Moon’ rewrites the rules on big band styles in a post pandemic world. Interview with Derek and Susan!
“We barely got in under the wire and then the next couple of days, they basically started shutting down everything and cancelling shows everywhere. It’s very bizarre that we turned out to be the last big show like that, and very strange in hindsight that we were probably all exposed much more than we realized.” – Warren Haynes
The outdoor show featured the powerful lineup of founding members Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Jaimoe and Butch Trucks plus Warren Haynes, Allen Woody and Marc Quinones
‘Down In Texas ’71’ captures a special snapshot in time during the pivotal year of 1971 for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame group.
Allman Brothers Band founder and guitarist, Duane Allman, was killed in a motorcycle accident 12 days after October 17, 1971 show.
The March 10 show is the last major concert to have taken place in New York before being shut down because of Covid-19.
The Brothers are all the surviving members of the final Allman Brothers Band lineup and a special guest or two.
‘Fillmore West ’71,’ culled from an epic weekend of live music recorded at the legendary San Francisco venue.
Devon spoke about how the fans really helped ease the pain since his father Gregg’s passing saying, “Many thanks, right from the heart.”