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Gregg Allman Talks Laid Back Fest and His New Band

By Brian Ives

Gregg Allman has kept pretty busy since the dissolution of the Allman Brothers Band following their final concert back in October. He’s released a live album, is looking towards a new studio album and this weekend, headlines what he hopes is the first of many Laid Back Festivals at Jones Beach Theater in Long Island, New York. 1,051 more words


Gregg Allman Says Duane Allman’s Death Left the Allman Brothers Band Without a Leader

By Jeff Giles August 24, 2015 1:01 PM


The Allman Brothers Band continued for decades after guitarist Duane Allman tragically passed away on Oct. 21, 1971, but looking back now, Gregg Allman believes the group never recovered from the loss of Duane’s leadership. 224 more words


The Daily Cut: The Allman Brothers Band "Midnight Rider"

The Allman Brothers Band: “Midnight Rider”

ALBUM: Idlewild South

YEAR:  1970

WRITER:  Gregg Allman

Never released as a single by The Allman Brothers, the version on Gregg Allman’s 1973 solo album, Laid Back, peaked at number-19 on the Billboard Hot 100. 202 more words


Gregg Allman at Peach Fest talks about Allman Brothers reunion

The Allman Brothers-curated Peach Festival has returned this weekend! With the booking of headliner Gregg Allman and other members of the recently disbanded Allman Brothers Band there has been speculation on a reunion.  123 more words

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NEWS: Gregg Allman Previews Peach Fest, Talks Allmans Reunion

The Allman Brothers-curated Peach Festival returns for its fourth season of jammy vibes, screaming fiddles and drum circles this weekend, but, according to Gregg Allman, don’t expect this to be the moment where his band, who took their final ride to midnight at the Beacon Theater last year, comes together for an impromptu (or even planned) reunion. 623 more words

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Former Allman Brothers Members Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts May Reunite

By Phil Cosores

When the Allman Brothers Band played their final shows together at New York’s Beacon Theatre in October, there were rumors that the show would feature a guest appearance by founding guitarist  211 more words

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Lucky for us, Gregg Allman is largely at peace with his past, present and future. 

By Steve Houk

Last fall, when the sun finally set and the legendary churning rock and roll steam train that was The Allman Brothers Band pulled into its last station, at least  915 more words