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.
“Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective” highlights the guitarist’s work from early bands and session work to The Allman Brothers Band and Derek and The Dominos.
Guitar great joyfully marks his 65th onstage at The Borgata in Atlantic City, N.J.
Bruce Springsteen, Donovan, Heart and others make their presence felt at annual music conference/festival in Austin, Texas
Some folks like to follow themes when building their record collections, such as genre, format, label or artist. So, does Rock Hall induction make a difference?
To turn up the volume around hepatitis C a benefit concert featuring The Allman Brothers Band will be held in New York, July 27, the eve of World Hepatitis Day.
David “Frankie” Toler passed away Saturday, June 4, 2011, at 2:00 PM in hospice care in Bradenton, Florida, after a prolonged illness.
Allman puts in a terrific performance but T-Bone Burnett’s production disappoints.
The Allman Brothers Band announced the loss of friend and original/longtime crew member, Joseph Lawrence “Red Dog” Campbell.