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Allman Brothers Band Play Epic Final Concert at New York’s Beacon Theatre

By Brian Ives 

It was a long show, even by jam band standards. The concert that was billed as the Allman Brothers Band‘s final performance featured three sets, two encores and even a few brief speeches by the original members; guys who generally never address the audience. 1,104 more words

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Jenny Q: Allman Brothers’ Swan Song – They Are Done :(

When most of us were sleeping this morning at 1:25 AM EST, the Allman Brothers were playing their last note before a live audience. An epic three-set show at the Beacon Theater in New York City to close out a 45 year career. 66 more words

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The Day After for the Allmans

How ironic that, one day after what was billed as his namesake band’s last concert performance, comes the 43rd anniversary of Duane Allman’s death >>> http://ultimateclassicrock.com/duane-allman-dies/

Allmans Exit Stage Life With Three-Set Sendoff

The Allman Brothers Band’s last concert was as epic as their fans might have expected — with three sets and a post-midnight encore. The evening’s highlights included guitarist Derek Trucks periodically performing with Duane Allman’s 1957 Goldtop Les Paul and the last song of the encore, “Trouble No More,” which was the first song ever performed by the original Allman Brothers lineup >>> http://ultimateclassicrock.com/allman-brothers-last-show/ 61 more words

Allman Brothers Band Play Epic Final Concert at New York's Beacon Theatre

By Brian Ives

It was a long show, even by jam band standards. The concert that was billed as the Allman Brothers Band‘s final performance featured three sets, two encores and even a few brief speeches by the original members; guys who generally never address the audience. 614 more words

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Allman Brothers Band Play Epic Final Concert at New York's Beacon Theatre

By Brian Ives

It was a long show, even by jam band standards. The concert that was billed as the Allman Brothers Band‘s final performance featured three sets, two encores and even a few brief speeches by the original members; guys who generally never address the audience. 614 more words

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