The Allman Brothers Band

Newsletter – Peach-O-Gram 7/12/2006

Hey there sweet family,

The Allman Brothers Band says “Thank You!” to Donna Lagana of Ellwood City, PA for her letter on their behalf to Rolling Stone. You’re a peach, Donna! Next time you’re in Ellwood City drop by the Keystone Bar to see proud owners Donna, and her husband Frank, and give them a hug from us!

A very special co-bill tour is shaping up. The Derek Trucks Band and Susan Tedeschi Band will be hittin’ the road together! Whoo hoo! Dates announced so far are:

10/25 Princeton, NJ Richardson Auditorium
10/26 Boston, MA Berklee Performance Center
10/27 Glenside (Philly), PA Keswick Theatre
10/28 New York, NY Nokia Theatre
11/1 Louisville, KY Brown Theatre at Kentucky Center for the Arts

A pre-sale for the Nokia show starts this morning at 10 AM Eastern time through DTB ticketing:

www.dtbtickets.musictoday.com/DerekTrucksBand/calendar.aspx

Also scheduled, a DTB, non-Susan show:

10/29 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Casino

Speaking of the Derek Trucks Band (Hi guys!), their Songlines Live DVD is now available in stores, as well as through the wonderful folks at www.hittinthenote.com.

Shot live at The Park West in Chicago on January 28, 2006 with nine hi-definition cameras, this 2-hour/21-track DVD is a keepuh’ – and includes bonus interviews with the band!

Also relentlessly and passZenately on tour – Oteil & the Peacemakers. More dates have just been added to their 2006 tour, including:

7/29 Aquapalooza Alexander City, AL
8/4 3rd and Lindsley Nashville, TN
8/12 Second City Music Hall Gadsden, AL
9/3 Jazz Aspen Snowmass Village, CO
9/9 George’s Majestic Lounge Fayetteville, AR

For further information, and to see all of Oteil & the Peacemakers’ tour dates, visit: www.oteilburbridge.com

Meanwhile, the Allman Brothers Band will head back out on tour August 11 at the Tullio Arena in Erie, PA. You know where to find all their tour dates, right? Yesss! www.AllmanBrothersBand.com ! Drop by to check out where you’re going to hook up with the ABB and enjoy what a music critic for the Buffalo (NY) News calls, ” … some of the highest level of dynamic interplay, solo and group improvisation, and pushing of the envelope in the history of any blues-based music form.” And you’ll have fun too 😉

Take care and know that you are loved,

Lana and Rowland

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