The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Fillmore East
New York

New York
March 12, 1971

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows


10 – Light show back, horn section gone at Tom Dowd's request
20 – Elvin Bishop, ABB, Johnny Winter And
30 – Statesboro Blues
40 – Trouble No More
50 – Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
60 – Done Somebody Wrong
70 – In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
80 – You Don't Love Me

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Submitted by: Dan on: 10/28/2011
Submitted by: Randy Zahakos on: 10/03/2001


04/17/2010 dsing

Question: According to Willie Perkin’s book on the Allmans, it seems the band played with the horns on the 12th, and without the horns on the 13th. It makes more sense that they played with the horns on the 11th, and without on the 12 and 13th, as you indicate. If Perkins is correct, then Fillmore East was recorded all on the 13th, in one night?

Can anyone confirm? I’d appreciate it.

04/04/2007 do2dew2

The entrance to the old Filmore East is still there and is a bank. Unfortunately the theater itself which was between 2nd and 3rd ave’s was knocked down in the 1990’s.

03/12/2007 Holt

Playing it loud today!

01/01/2002 cryptical17

If you go to 2nd Avenue/ 6th Street, you’ll notice that the old Fillmore East is still there!!! (Bill Graham closed its doors in June of 1971. In the 80s, the place reopened temporarily. It was called the Saint…Bob Weir played an acousti