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Allman Brothers Band (the road goes on forever)

In 1973, the Allmans released their most successful album, Brothers and Sisters. This was the first one without Duane or Berry and they knew they could not just replace Duane with another guitarist. 967 more words


The Allman Brothers Band (pt. 2)

Last Sunday morning, the sunshine felt like rain.
Week before, they all seemed the same.
With the help of God and true friends, I come to realize… 515 more words


The Allman Brothers Band

“Ok. The Allman Brothers Band.” – Pretty much the entire intro to the classic Fillmore East album. 

Anybody who knows me has probably asked themselves, “Man, is he STILL listening to the Allman Brothers?” Well, in a word, yes. 1,079 more words


TIAM Saturday December 12th

As we emerge from the fog of a Saturday morning, in more ways than one, we’re waiting for the audio from this morning’s program to show up on the website! 235 more words

Heard On

Classic Rock Almanac December 12, 2015


2012-12-12-12, the Concert for Sandy Relief, airs on 39 television channels with performances by Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, Dave Grohl, Billy Joel, Alicia Keys, Chris Martin, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, Kanye West, The Who, Paul McCartney and more. 485 more words


The Daily Cut: The Allman Brothers Band "Southbound"

The Allman Brothers Band: “Southbound”

WRITER:   Dickey Betts

YEAR:  1973

ALBUM: Brothers and Sisters

Never released as a single, but became a staple on album rock radio. 65 more words


The Allman Brothers - Blue Sky

A sweet musical figure for a sunny Seattle morning.

Don’t fly mister blue bird, I’m just walking down the road.
Early morning sunshine tells me all I need to know…

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