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The Daily Cut: The Allman Brothers Band "Blue Sky"

The Allman Brothers Band: “Blue Sky”

ALBUM: Eat a Peach

YEAR: 1972

WRITER: Dickey Betts

The B-side of “Jessica,” which peaked at number-65 on the Billboard Hot 100. 17 more words

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That time I asked Dickey Betts why the Allmans weren't playing "Ramblin' Man" live in '92

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By Steve Newton

As I’ve said before on my other posts about Dickey Betts, I just like hearing the dude’s voice.

If you do too, here’s another audio excerpt from my interview with the guitar legend from July of 1992, which–for those who struggle with the math–was over a quarter-century ago. 100 more words

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Warren Haynes says he's open to playing with former Allman Brothers bandmate Dickey Betts again

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By Steve Newton

Warren Haynes is one of my alltime favourite guitarists, singers, and songwriters, so any chance I get to interview him I take. 96 more words

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