Allman Brothers Band Concert Schedule
The Allman Brothers Band has been at the very top of the Southern rock scene
for decades, and this awesome country rock outfit has been credited with popularizing the genre. While first formed in 1969
by brother Greg Allman and Duane Allman, this Southern rock troupe rose to popularity thanks to their jam band style of touring
and performing. As one of the most popular blues rock bands in the history of music, the Allman Brothers Band has enjoyed
significant success throughout the years, and now they are gearing up for another round of exciting shows!
lineup of the Allman Brothers Band consists of Greg Allman, Butch Trucks, Jai Johanny Johanson, Warren Haynes, Marc Quinones,
Oteil Burbridge, and Derek Trucks. After Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes announced that they would be leaving the band after
their final 2014 tour, Greg Allman also announced that the 2014 tour may be the band's last tour ever. With their last live
performances right around the corner, their devoted fans are already scrambling to grab tickets so that they can see the acclaimed
Allman Brothers Band in concert one last time.
Whether you have been an Allman Brothers Band fan since the '60s or have
just recently fallen in love with their contagious Southern rock songs, you definitely shouldn't miss seeing this beloved
band perform live one last time. This October, the Allman Brothers Band is gearing up for their last round of live shows ever,
with six shows scheduled at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. Tickets to these final shows are flying fast, so if you want
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Allman Brothers Band Background
The Allman Brothers Band was
formed by Duane and Greg Allman in the mid-1960s. Greg and Duane had both discovered their love for music at an early age,
and even though Greg was the first one to start learning how to play the guitar, Duane quickly surpassed his brother in skill,
even dropping out of high school to have more time to practice. Together, the brothers formed the Escorts and later the Allman
Joys, and they started putting on countless local shows. Eventually, the Allman Brothers Band solidified a lineup, and the
group quickly developed a large and loyal fan base. Thanks to their jam band-like improvisation and marathon concerts, the
Allman Brothers Band amassed fans wherever they performed. To this day, they are still considered one of the greatest rock
bands in the history of music.
While the Allman Brothers Band cranked out hit after album hit album, their talents shone
brightest when they were performing live on stage for their fans. With their infectious energy and heavy Southern rock sound,
music fans everywhere became enamored with this Florida rock group. After several years of phenomenal success, the band suffered
a severe and tragic blow, however, when Duane Allman died in a motorcycle accident. The band was stunned, saddened, and completely
disoriented by this major loss, but the group eventually reformed and continued to bring their smash hit country rock songs
to fans all over the world. Even though the Allman Brothers Band has gone on several hiatuses over the years, they have continued
to regroup and put on even more phenomenal live shows for their fans. Now, however, the Allman Brothers Band has announced
their final live tour, and you definitely shouldn't miss out.
This beloved Southern rock outfit has been inducted into
the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has also scored numerous gold and even platinum albums throughout their illustrious career.
Rolling Stone magazine even ranked the band at number 52 on their 2004 list of "100 Greatest Artists of All Time". There is
no denying the fact that the Allman Brothers Band has achieved significant success over the years, which is why their rabid
fan base is so devastated to hear that this Southern rock group is likely on its last tour ever. If you want to catch the
iconic Allman Brothers Band in concert before they disperse, make sure you head to StubHub as soon as possible. These upcoming
shows are likely to sell out fast, as Allman Brothers Band fans from all over the country are planning on traveling far and
wide to see them in concert one last time. So if you want to catch this iconic Southern rock group at one of their upcoming
shows, just head to StubHub today to secure your tickets!
Since emerging onto the music
scene in the 1960s, the Allman Brothers Band has released 11 studio albums, 18 compilation albums, and 21 singles. Several
of their albums have been certified gold, and three have even been certified platinum. Some of the band's biggest hit singles
include Southern rock anthems like "Straight From the Heart", "Ramblin' Man", "Ain't Wastin' Time No More", "Crazy Love",
"Jessica", "Good Clean Fun", and "No One to Run With".
With such a phenomenal repertoire to their name, you can always
expect a knockout performance from the Allman Brothers Band.
In 2012, the Allman Brothers Band
was awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award for their incredible work in country rock.
are few bands in the world more beloved than the Allman Brothers Band. This Southern rock outfit has withstood the test of
time to become a country rock icon, and now they are gearing up for what will likely be their last round of live shows ever.
Don't miss out on seeing the Allman Brothers Band one last time in concert and grab your tickets right here on StubHub before
they are all sold out!