The Allman Brothers Band

Newsletter – Peach-O-Gram 1/26/2008

Hey there sweet family,

The Allman Brothers Band is deeply saddened by the passing of Fantasma founder and visionary of the Wanee Festival, Jon Stoll. The tradition of the festival will continue April 11 – 12. The confirmed line-up will be announced shortly.

We’re very excited (Whoooooo hoooooo!) to confirm that The Allman Brothers Band will be performing their annual spring fling at the Beacon Theatre in New York City during the month of May. The 2008 shows will be between May 5 and May 24. Exact dates will be announced soon … really soon.

Jaimoe is playing at the Café Luna in Simsbury, CT at 7:30 PM tonight (Saturday, January 26) with Dave Stoltz and the Theresa Wright Band.

Sunday (January 27) Jaimoe premiers his Sunday afternoon jazz sessions at the Café Luna. The jazz sessions run from 3 – 7 PM and feature Jaimoe’s BeBopBand – Frank Kozyra, saxophones; Gabor Virage, flugelhorn and trumpet; Joe Fonda, basses; Paul Arsalanian, keyboards; Jaimoe, drums and leader. Don’t miss it!

Meanwhile, Goldmine Magazine is counting down the top 20 Southern Rock albums of all time, and the magazine’s editors want to hear what music fans think.
Is the Allman Brothers Band Live at Fillmore East on the top of your list? Let Goldmine know by visiting:

http://www.pr-inside.com/help-choose-the-greatest-southern-rock-r388875.htm

The results will be published in a special 2008 issue of Goldmine.

Speaking of voting, if you’re not already registered to vote please consider registering at HeadCount:

https://electionimpact.votenet.com/headcount/voterreg/index.cfm

There is also a link on the home page of the Allman Brothers Band’s web site (and our home away from home):

http://www.allmanbrothersband.com

HeadCount is a non-partisan organization devoted to using the multi-faceted power of music to enable voter registration and participation in democracy. Stretching beyond just registering voters, HeadCount also aims to become “the community organizing arm of the live music scene,” giving every socially conscious music fan an avenue toward activism. Power to the Peachful!

Zenning prayers and the healing power of love to all those knowingly and unknowingly in need … with a special group hug to Bill Ector, Nic Nicodemus, Sari’s Dad, Denise & Cami, nephew Jack, Benjamin, and whoever you are thinking of.

Take care and know that you are loved,

Lana and Rowland

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