The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Coliseum
Macon

Georgia
UNITED STATES
April 9, 1971
19:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Cowboy opened

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Comments

04/09/2008 Holt

Where are the or any April 1971 ABB live recordings?

Surely this particular one being in their hometown at the time got/was recorded?

10/13/2004 WillieHoward

I was a student at Georgia Southern College, and drove to Macon with a friend who lived there for this show. It was exciting, as the Brothers did not play often in their hometown. When they started off with “Statesboro Blues,” the crowd rushed the stage, and someone unplugged Duane’s amp until the crowd went back to their seats. Duane was furious, stomped off the stage, and had to be coaxed back up after he cooled off. Once he returned, the crowd was treated to one of the better shows I ever saw. Lots of cool jamming, and a great vibe. This was the last time that Duane played in Macon.