Allman Brothers Band Chronology

This chronology is a timeline of major personnel changes and album releases from the beginning to the final live performance in October 2014.  While live shows are now history, we are combing the archives for material.  Visit the Discography page to see what’s been released and join the Peach Corps to stay informed.

The Nineties

Seven Turns

Seven Turns

"Seven Turns" is released with guest artists

  • Mark Morris, percussion
  • Duane Betts (in his debut), guitar on "True Gravity"
July 1990
January 1991
Neel Leaves, Quiñones Joins

Neel Leaves, Quiñones Joins

January 1991 - March 26, 1997 Johnny Neel left the band at the end of 1990 and Marc Quinones was asked to join. The band was composed of:

  • Gregg Allman, lead vocals and Hammond B3 organ
  • Dickey Betts, lead guitar
  • Butch Trucks, drums and percussion
  • Jaimoe, drums
  • Warren Haynes, lead and slide guitar
  • Allen Woody, bass
  • Marc Quiñones, Percussion
Shades of Two Worlds

Shades of Two Worlds

"Shades of Two Worlds" is released

July 1991
June 1992
An Evening With The Allman Brothers Band

An Evening With The Allman Brothers Band

Where It All Begins

Where It All Begins

"Where It All Begins" is released.

May 1995
May 1996
Warren and Allen Depart, Jack and Oteil Join

Warren and Allen Depart, Jack and Oteil Join

March 1997 - After the Beacon run Warren and Allen left to pursue Gov't Mule full time. Once again, two great musicians were found to join the group - Jack Pearson on guitar and Oteil Burbridge on bass. The band was composed of:

  • Gregg Allman, lead vocals and Hammond B3 organ
  • Dickey Betts, lead guitar
  • Butch Trucks, drums and percussion
  • Jaimoe, drums
  • Marc Quinones, percussion
  • Jack Pearson, lead and slide guitar
  • Oteil Burbridge, bass
March 1999
June 1998
Mycology, An Anthology

Mycology, An Anthology

"Mycology: An Anthology" is released.

Jack Leaves, Derek Joins

Jack Leaves, Derek Joins

March 1999 - The Allman Brothers Band begins their 30th Anniversary Tour with 18 nights at the Beacon Theatre in NYC. March 26, 1999 marks the official 30th anniversary of the band. March 28, 1999 Jack Pearson plays his last gig with the Allman Brothers Band and leaves to pursue his solo career. Derek Trucks is tapped to fill the open guitarist slot and the band is composed of:

  • Gregg Allman, lead vocals and Hammond B3 organ
  • Dickey Betts, lead guitar
  • Butch Trucks, drums and percussion
  • Jaimoe, drums
  • Marc Quinones, percussion
  • Oteil Burbridge, bass
  • Derek Trucks, lead and slide guitar
March 1999