The Allman Brothers Band

Newsletter – Peach-O-Gram 12-02-2008

Hey there sweet family,

Here’s a list of promotions that Gregg’s official web store is running through the end of the year:

* 25% off hats

* 30% off shirts and outerwear

* Free 2007 Tour poster with every order (While supplies last)

* Free standard shipping on orders over $40 (US addresses only)

* Spend $15 and receive a subscription to Rolling Stone (US customers only)

To scoop up these great holiday deals for all the Angels in your life visit:

These offers are available through December 31, while supplies last. Order by December 23rd to guarantee Christmas delivery.

On January 13, 2009, the latest studio effort from The Derek Trucks Band, Already Free, will be released worldwide. Recorded in Derek Trucks’ brand new home studio, Already Free is a true family affair, featuring contributions from Derek’s wife Susan Tedeschi, his brother, Duane Trucks, brothers of the road Oteil Burbridge (Hey, Oteil!) and Doyle Bramhall II (Eric Clapton), and many more friends in addition to the vice-tight core of 5 that make up The Derek Trucks Band.

However, a holiday pre-sale for Already Free is going on at the dTb’s official store. Head there now to reserve your copy:|derektrucks|20081120

For a sneak peak, the first single from Already Free, an incendiary rendition of Bob Dylan’s “Down In The Flood,” is now available for download at the dTb official store as well as on iTunes and Amazon where you can download the track for only $0.99.

If you’re looking for a great way to ring in the New Year, we have two wonderful suggestions: Celebrate with Gregg Allman at the Keswick Theater in Glenside, PA or with Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi’s Soul Stew Revival at the Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta. Either one will guarantee a happy start to your 2009.

Shout out to Wharfy and Tyler! Duuuuuuuuuudes, we love you, and are praying for your health.

Nic, our prayers and love are with you and your family.

Take care and know that *you* are loved,

Lana and Rowland


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