Allmans Show Why They’re Legendary

by Christopher Blagg 22 August 2004 – The Boston Herald Torrential downpours aren’t exactly the ideal weather conditions for an outdoor concert. Despite severe thunderstorm warnings and bucketloads of tailgate-dampening rain, the Allman Brothers Band managed to uplift their soggy loyal crowd last night at the Tweeter Center. After more than 35 years of touring, […]

Allman Band Gives Muscular, Legend-Worthy Performance

by James A. Karis II 23 August 2004 – Worcester Telegram & Gazette MANSFIELD – The stars of the show weren’t named Allman, but that didn’t keep the Allman Brothers Band from delivering a blistering 2- 1/2 hours of southern-steeped blues Saturday night at the Tweeter Center. Backed by a three-man percussion section, dueling guitarists […]

If You Thought You Knew Allmans, Think Again

23 August 2004 – The Patriot Ledger Now celebrating its 35th anniversary, the Allman Brothers Band is the finest it’s been. Keyboardist and lead vocalist Gregg Allman – healthier and singing better than he has in a decade – must be proud. He is able to look at his namesake band like a knowing sage, […]

Remembering Duane

The Asbury Park Press 22 August 2004 By Mark Voger Staff Writer “When he died, a piece of me went with him.” So says photographer Jim Marshall of guitarist Duane Allman in his glossy new book of photography, “Jim Marshall: Proof” (Chronicle Books). Marshall has photographed many an album cover, including 1971’s “At Fillmore East,” […]