On May 27, just months after we lost the Allman Brothers Band’s drummer Butch Trucks, we lost Gregg Allman. We remember him with the flip side of his solo Top 40 hit. By Warren Kurtz Gregg Allman Flip side: Multi-Colored …
If you own only one Allman Brothers album then make it “At Fillmore East.” But now there’s “The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings,” available in your choice of three Blu-ray discs, six CDs or four LPs.
A recap of choice panels and performances — plus exclusive photos featuring members of The Zombies, Jefferson Airplane and The E Street Band, among other artists — from the annual conference/festival in Texas.
The Houston-based music auction house will begin an online auction on March 14, containing unique memorabilia from Otis Redding to the Allman Brothers Band.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band scores by tinkering with certain tempos and playing longer songs at New Jersey amphitheater show.
Band wraps up another three-night stand at City Winery, the site of its recently released concert set.
Fourth show of the band’s New York residency also includes select hits.
Singer, guitarist and son of Gregg Allman weighs in on his favorite songs by his father’s legendary band.
On Oct. 15, 1971, The Allman Brothers Band was on top of the world. Years of hard work paid off with popular success as “At Fillmore East” achieved Gold Record status. The band was hard at work on its next studio album. Fourteen days later, the band’s path took a devastating turn: Lead guitarist Duane Allman died in a motorcycle crash. Somehow, the group still managed to complete the incomparable “Eat A Peach.”
Gregg Allman looks back at ‘Eat A Peach,’ the secret to The Allman Brothers band’s success and life with and without his bandmate and big brother, Duane.