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Gov’t Mule & Toots Hibbert Share A Reggae Radiohead Cover

Jam-band Radiohead covers are practically a genre unto themselves, and here’s an especially weird one. In 2006, Gov’t Mule, the Southern-rock jam band founded by a couple of Allman Brothers sidemen, played an all-reggae show at New York’s Beacon Theatre. The reggae legend and Toots & The Maytals frontman Toots Hibbert sat in. The band […]

Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Jam Bands

This summer is going to be a bittersweet time for fans of jam bands. If the pain over the end of the Allman Brothers wasn't fresh enough, the Grateful Dead are now about to bow out with a series of farewell shows. Thankfully, Phish hit the road in late July, so all...

REVIEW: Allman Brothers Band’s “A&R Studios, Live In New York On 26th August 1971?

A&R Studios: Live In New York On 26th August 1971 (Autarc Media) is a recording the Allman Brothers Band did two months before the death of guitarist Duane Allman and while this may not have the sane vibe or zest as the Live At Fillmore East album, there is more than enough juice in this […]

With One Band Left Behind, Gregg Allman to Tour

5 months agoArts : ArtsBeat

Mr. Allman announced a solo tour, just a week after what was billed as the last-ever Allman Brothers Band concert.

Tedeschi Trucks Band, Gary Clark Jr. rethink the blues at Greek

Derek Trucks played his final gig last week as a member of the Allman Brothers Band, the Southern rock institution known for elevating its lead guitarists -- including Trucks and Warren Haynes, who’ve performed together for 15 years -- to jam-band royalty.

Allman Brothers played their final show (videos & setlist)

Allman Brothers final show (via @unclejohnsoutfitters) The Allman Brothers Band came out of the gates with "Little Martha" > "Mountain Jam" just before 9 p.m. and finished the third set just before 1 a.m. with the second half of "Mountain...

Photos/Videos: The Allman Brothers’ Last Concert @ Beacon Theatre, NYC 10/28/14

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The Allman Brothers Band have called it quits after four-plus decades making music. They performed their final shows at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, but saved last night for a big finish. The band played three sets and two encores, which amounted to just under four hours of music. Above you can find [...]

10 Amazing Performances From the Final Allman Brothers Band Shows

The rock band ended their 45-year career last night at New York City's Beacon Theatre.

The ramblin' is over, man: The Allman Brothers Band's final show

Rock 'n' roll. Rehab. Run-ins. Restructuring. Retirement The Allman Brothers Band's 45-year stint culminated on Tuesday night as the seven remaining members played their final show together at New York City's Beacon Theatre, the historic...Show More Summary

Allman Brothers Band Channels Late Founder as Final Show Approaches

In many ways the late guitarist Duane Allman continues to influence the Allman Brothers Band 43 years after his death. The band says it will wind up its long career with a final show tonight at New York's Beacon Theatre.

Allman Brothers Band Still Channeling Late Founder as Final Show Approaches

In many ways the late guitarist Duane Allman continues to influence the Allman Brothers Band 43 years after his death. The band says it will wind up its long career with a final show tonight at New York's Beacon Theatre.

The Allman Brothers Band – 'Stormy Monday'

5 months agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams. Read more...

Please Be With Me: A Song for My Father, Duane Allman by Galadrielle Allman

5 months agoMusic / Jazz : All About Jazz

Please Be With Me: A Song for My Father, Duane Allman Galadrielle Allman 400 Pages ISBN: # 978-1400068944 Spiegel and Grau 2014 Galadrielle Allman was two-years old when her father, Allman Brothers Band founder Duane Allman, was killed in a motorcycle accident October 29, 1971. Since that time, she ha...

"Correction: A previous version of this post suggested that the real-life Jimmy Carter would never have recommended the Allman Brothers."

"In fact, he had a close relationship with the band."Appended to "Obama and the End of Greatness," by Jeff Shesol, in The New Yorker.

updated ZZ Top & Jeff Beck tour dates, Billy Gibbons solo shows, The Allman Brothers & more

ZZ Top at The Paramount in 2013 (more by Greg Cristman) Iconic boogie rockers ZZ Top will be on tour next year now that bassist Dusty Hill is recovered from a hip injury that caused the band's tour with Jeff...

Allman Brothers Band -- At Fillmore East: The 1971 Fillmore Recordings

6 months agoMusic / Jazz : All About Jazz

At least initially, the announcement of the release of additional recordings of the Allman Brothers Band at the famed (and now defunct) New York venue Fillmore East was cause for celebration. Upon closer inspection of the content and, in turn, its accurate placement in the context of the seminal Sou...

The Allman Brothers Band – 'Statesboro Blues'

6 months agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams. Read more...

Midnight Rider

In 1973, the Allman Brothers were the biggest band in the land. Sure, Duane had died two years before, not long after the commercial and artistic breakthrough known as “Fillmore East,” but the band carried on, ate a peach, lost Berry and emerged with an album so ubiquitous, we were all ramblin’ men and women. […] The post Midnight Rider appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.

One Man’s Life-Long Love of the Allman Brother’s Band or How Music Saved My Life

Think music is just for listening purposes? Think again. The post One Man’s Life-Long Love of the Allman Brother’s Band or How Music Saved My Life appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Allman Brothers Band -- At Fillmore East: The 1971 Fillmore Recordings

8 months agoMusic / Jazz : All About Jazz

Nothing warms the heart cockles of a late-Baby Boomer more than a discussion of music, specifically that of his or her childhood. Baby Boomers are a boisterous and opinionated bunch regarding their music, fully justified in believing that the period between mid-1950s and mid-1970s was, in the words...

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