July 2, 1971 brought us the release of The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East. I could pick any song from it and couldn’t go[…]
Gov’t Mule dug out some Allman Brothers Band classics for their recent Macon show. Jack Pearson sits on this tasty gem while Warren plays Duane’s[…]
From the newly formed Allman-Betts Band – if this pedigree can’t do Blue Sky justice then who can. I think they do a fine job.
The world lost Gregg Allman today. Any regular reader here will know of my affinity for The Allman Brothers Band so this is hitting me[…]
The Tedeschi Trucks band with an emotionally scorching version of Liz Reed the day after the death of Derek’s uncle and founding member of The[…]
Bass guitar phenom Tal Wilkenfeld covers Leonard Cohen’s “Chelsea Hotel” quite beautifully. Tal is getting some well deserved attention as the opener for The Who[…]
First “There Is a Mountain” What a remarkable jam the Allman Brothers created based on this catchy little Donavan tune.
Just how much guitar goodness can you fit in to one song? This much! Eric Clapton sits in with The Allman Brothers Band on the[…]