Thread: Concert Contract for sale - Allman Brothers 1975 Cincinnati, OH

DerekFromCincinnati - 9/9/2019 at 09:35 PM

The Allman Brothers Band Concert Contract For Sale. 1975 Riverfront Coliseum Ohio. $350.00. In stock. Signed by Gregg Allman. 19 Pages. Includes Contract, Indoor Rider, Addendum, and Stage Plot. riverfront-coliseum-oh/

KCJimmy - 9/10/2019 at 09:39 PM

Pretty Cool.

Hard to read but it looks like they got $50,000 plus 75% of the gross sales after $95,000? That is a pretty good payday for 1975. Dr. Hook only got $10,000 a show according to that song. I guess the 75% isn't is big as I thought. Capacity is 18,000 and Tix were $7.00 & $6.50.

$6.75 x 18,000 = $121,500

- 95,000
$26,500 x .75 = an additional $19,875 for a sellout at avg. ticket price.

jcb - 9/11/2019 at 01:31 PM

I forget why. So long ago. I had the chance to get literally hundreds of canceled checks/contracts from the ABB archives. Stuff like Gregg's payments to his dentist. It was fascinating but I didn't have any money at the time. Hopefully it all ended up in good hands.

cyclone88 - 9/12/2019 at 01:18 PM

Concert is not to exceed 4 hours! No long jams in Cincinnati. Actually, probably had to do w/paying OT to staff at the venue.

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