Allman Brothers Band is one of the leading names in the genres of Southern rock and blues-rock. The group was formed in 1969 by brothers Duane and Gregg Allman and featured a wide variety of musicians as the band lineup changed over the years.
The band performed and recorded together on and off through the ’70s and ’80s until reforming long-term in 1989 for the band’s 20th anniversary. In recent years, the band has toured regularly, performing annual 15-show runs at the Beacon Theatre in New York City and starting its own music festival, the Wanee Music Festival.
For a brief time, the Allman Brothers’ touring obligations took a back seat as Gregg Allman struggled with complications from Hepatitis C. However, since successfully completing his treatments, Gregg Allman has renewed touring commitments with the Allman Brothers and completed his own occasional solo concerts.
Summary by Tom Rhein, TicketNews Staff Rocker Gregg Allman has spent his summer touring with The Allman Brothers Band, and is now currently on a solo tour. Allman’s tour began on October 11th and he has just announced even more performance dates. The tour will include a New Year’s... Read more
Keeping tradition alive, the Allman Brothers Band has rolled out dates for its annual residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York, NY. At this point, eight concerts are confirmed for the New York City stand — March 10-12, 14, 15, and 17-19. But the Southern rock veterans have... Read more
The Allman Brothers Band dropped news of three more concert dates for the group’s upcoming fall tour. The venture is the first for the veteran Southern rock group since founding member Gregg Allman received a liver transplant earlier in the summer. The East Coast trek now includes stops on... Read more
Two more concerts have been added to the Allman Brothers Band‘s fall tour plans. Originally unveiled with a three-night run in Boston, MA, the November itinerary now also includes stops in Upper Darby, PA, and Atlantic City, NJ. At present, the Allman Brothers’ calendar opens with a November 11... Read more
The members of the Allman Brothers Band will be ramblin’ men once again. The Southern rock veterans have announced the first three dates of a late-year tour — November 18, 19 and 20 at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston, MA. Public ticket sales for the Boston concerts begin tomorrow,... Read more
The Allman Brothers Band has become known for beginning each year with a lengthy residency in New York City. The tradition continues this year, with only slight modification, as the veteran southern rock crew has confirmed an eight-night run at United Palace Theatre. In 2010, the band’s schedule runs... Read more
The Allman Brothers Band has played 190 shows over the course of its annual 15-show residencies at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. The really hot ticket for the band’s next March Madness would have been the 200th performance at the Upper West Side venue. However, that 200th... Read more
Fresh off their annual 15-show residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, the Allman Brothers Band will keep the concert train rolling across the United States through the end of summer. The Southern rock crew has unveiled plans for an eight-week run with a band renowned for... Read more
The Allman Brothers Band have confirmed their fifth annual Wanee Music Festival at the Spirit of Suwanee Music Park in Live Oak, FL, on June 5-6. Gov’t Mule, Derek Trucks Band, the Doobie Brothers, Toots and The Maytals, Little Feat, Umphrey’s McGee, The Wailers, and Drive-By Truckers are among... Read more
Having already performed 175 shows at the Beacon Theatre in New York City since 1989, the Allman Brothers Band has booked an initial 10 concerts this spring (March 9-10, 12-14, 16-17 and 19-21) at the newly renovated venue. If history projects the future, the Allmans, who are celebrating their... Read more