Allman Brothers Band Wows Bluesfest

By: Dennis Armstrong For the Ottawa Sun It was time to get back to some good ole fashioned blues last night with The Allman Brothers at the Bluesfest Main Stage big show. With a little psychedelia thrown in. After hugely entertaining, eclectic evenings with Kool & the Gang, Great Big Sea, Sheryl Crow and Elvis […]

Gregg Allman Tells it Like it Is

By: Steve Morse For the Boston Globe Gregg Allman sounds more like a grizzled baseball manager every day. Listen to him describe the latest lineup of the Allman Brothers Band: ”We got our beloved Haynes back and we had already acquired the kid. And, of course, we had the rhythm section.” To further the baseball […]

ABB are a Force to be Reckoned With

By: A.P. Kryza For the State News “The Allman Brothers rock,” said East Lansing resident Nate Foster as he waited eagerly to see the band Tuesday night at Common Ground. And despite some rain before the show, Foster remained excited to see the band. “I’ve never seen them before, it’s going to be sweet,” he […]

Gregg Allman Pumped about Band, CD

By: Alan Sculley For the South Bend Tribune Gregg Allman said making the new Allman Brothers Band CD, “Hittin’ the Note,” reminded him of being back in the studio with the group’s original lineup. “It really was (similar). It had a lot to do with the vibes,” Allman said. “I mean, the songs just went […]

Allman Brothers Band Keeps on Rockin’

By: Jack Leaver For the Muskegon Chronicle The Allman Brothers Band is kind of like the Energizer Bunny. It just keeps going, and going and going. The forefathers of Southern Rock brought its distinctively blues-based sound to the Muskegon Summer Celebration Thursday night, July 3, giving a standing and dancing crowd of 14,000 its money’s […]

Allman Brothers Band still Rocks Hard Live

By: Malcolm X Abram For the Beacon Journal Apparently the road does go on forever. Gregg Allman and the band that carries his name sang those words about 30 years ago, but Wednesday night, July 2, at Tower City Amphitheater, they once again proved that old lyric to be true. The band has survived the […]

Allmans: New, clearly improved

By: Al Salvato For the Cincinnati Post Without the clean guitar licks of Dickey Betts, fans of the Allman Brothers Band seemed left to wonder whether the group still packed creative might in the studio and on stage. Or was the 34-year run for the legendary blues/Southern rock band over? Betts left the Brothers nearly […]