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The ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND have announced plans to re-issue their legendary performance at the July 4, 1970 Atlanta International Pop Festival. Attended by over half a million people, the band’s epic performances showed clear signs on what was to come on future live albums like 1971’s At Fillmore East and 1972’s Eat A Peach.
Allman Brothers Band To Release “The Best Show You Never Heard” – Warner Theatre, Erie, PA – 7-19-05
Throughout their illustrious 45-year career, the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND have played many legendary venues and widely-praised live shows; however, up until this point, the sold-out show on July 19, 2005 at the Warner Theatre in Erie, PA hasn’t been included on that list. Long hailed as one of their best ever by the band members themselves, on October 16 fans will have the opportunity to experience this spectacular show for themselves with the commercial release of a 2-CD set via Allman Brothers Band Recording Company, distributed by The Orchard.
An extraordinary piece of rock history will finally be heard this October with the release of the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND’s last show with founder and guitarist DUANE ALLMAN. Recorded
Allman Brothers Band fans need no introduction to Chuck – just say “original Jessica piano solo” and you’ll hear his name spoken with reverence. Chuck
Surviving members of the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND came together Tuesday, March 10 as THE BROTHERS for an acclaimed, sold-out, one-night-only show celebrating 50 years of