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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

The End of an Era

When the curtain finally comes down tonight for the last time, it will bring to an end one of the longest running New York City entertainment traditions. 19 more words

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For the Allmans, Nowhere Left to Run to Anymore

It’s tonight at their home-away-from-home, New York’s Beacon Theatre: The last show for the Allman Brothers, the legendary rockers from Macon, Ga., who put the phenomenon known as Southern Rock on the rock ‘n roll map — thus providing an entre to the masses for many an act that grew from the genre >>> http://www.cbsnews.com/news/allman-brothers-band-bids-farewell-to-derek-trucks-and-warren-haynes/ 181 more words

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The Allman Brothers all done touring but not done recording studio albums???

All week long the Allman Brothers have been playing their 8 day final concert run at the Beacon Theater in NYC. They got two dates left at the Beacon which is tonight and tomorrow night. 545 more words

Musical break: Can’t Find My Way Home live

My friend Stockwell, who knows something about being unable to find his way home, sent me the link to a great YouTube video featuring Steve Winwood and Eric Clapton at the Crossroads Guitar Festival 2007, with Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall and others. 34 more words

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Caught Live: Tedeschi Trucks Band - Beacon Theater, NYC

A friend and I caught the Tedeschi Trucks Band at The Beacon on Friday night.  It was a great night and they added to the excitement with two special guests, slide master Jerry Douglas and blues legend Taj Mahal. 495 more words

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Eat a Peach for Peace! By: Whitney Smith

After a busy summer producing festivals, I finally got my chance to be an attendee. I decided on Peach Festival due to the convenience of the location for a New York City resident (located on Montage Mountain in the Northeast Pennsylvania region) and my love of the soon disbanding Allman Brothers. 1,416 more words

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