Devon Allman, son of the late Gregg Allman has put together a new group, The Devon Allman Project. The group will tour from March through September 2018.
“Nobody is out there, picking up where the Allman Brothers left off. I decided that I would do that.”
“Well, blues is pretty much a part of everything that I do. …That music is in my heart, and always will be.”
“We all are professional musicians, and we all do bring unique energy into the band as well as musicality. The chemistry that Jaimoe brought together makes a unique sound…”
Warren Haynes has an exclusive, telling conversation about challenging new Mule material, the high profile end of one prolific band, and three decades on the scene as one of the hardest working, most prolific and most ubiquitous guitarists to crisscross musical genres.
The Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks, while aboard the Jam Cruise, shared the unexpected news.
Rolling Stone Magazine recently published a story reporting that longtime Allman Brothers bass player Oteil Burbridge is leaving the band — a statement band members say is not true.