Allman Brothers Band
The Allman Brothers played their last show ever at the Beacon Theater on Tues., Oct. 28 and marked this momentous occasion with a good deed. The band generously donated a signed Remo drumhead to WhyHunger's Hungerthon, with all proceeds from the auction going to the fight against hunger and poverty.
The marquee reads “Poor Man’s Whiskey: A Tribute to the Allman Brothers Band,” and the assumption that they’re no more than a cover band is understandable. Helping fuel the fire is their history of playing The Fox Theater with their renditions of Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” and the music of Old and In The Way. What the casual passerby doesn’t understand, however, is that there’s much more to this band than rehashing their favorite artists and albums on stage.
Poor Man’s Whiskey brings “A Special Tribute to The Allman Brothers Band” to the Fox Theatre to Boulder, Colorado. The sound of California meeting southern rock, in the form of renditions of PMW’s favorite Allman Brother’s songs, is a show not to be missed.
The Second Lockn' Festival that went down last weekend in Arrington, Virginia, in the surrounding foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, was a cut above the rest for plenty of reasons. Aside from the high quality production put on by promoters, creating a lavish experience for even the most seasoned of festivalgoers, it really was the caliber of musicians on the bill that drew tens of thousands from all over the country.
If achieving a balance in diversity is a music festival’s key to success, then Dave Frey and Peter Shapiro have truly created the most dynamically integrated festival experience of all time. The Lockn’ Music Festival isn’t another colossal gathering from bandwagon fans there to see a couple of big name headliners mixed in with who-else-knows.
You only have from now through February 16th to get Advance Tickets to the Wanee Music Festival at the price of $195.00 for a 3-Day Pass. As of Monday, February 17, the price will increase to $205.00 (plus service charges). The Allman Brothers Band with Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes (who will also be performing with their own bands) headline a great line-up of outstanding performers for what has become one of the most popular Festivals in the country. The 2014 Wanee Music Festival celebrates its 10th An
Gregg Allman has announced that The Allman Brothers Band will stop touring after 2014, so this year’s 10th Anniversary Wanee Music Festival performances could be the last time to see the whole group together with their current lineup, which includes Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes (who will also be appearing with their own groups). The band, which has headlined Wanee for ten years, is scheduled to perform Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12Derek Trucks and Warre
The Allman Brothers Band headline a great line-up of outstanding performers for what is fast becoming one of the most popular Festivals in the country. The 2014 Wanee Music Festival celebrates its 10th Anniversary Thursday April 10th through Saturday April 12th at the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL.
The highly popular 2014 Wanee Music Festival, held April 10th to 12th at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL, has sold out ahead of schedule the limited allotment of Early Bird 3-Day General Admission Tickets. Advance Tickets, which include primitive camping, are now on sale for $195.00 (plus applicable fees) and can be purchased through: www.waneefestival.tickets.musictoday.com/WaneeFestival/calendar.aspxThe line-up for the 2014 Wanee Music Festival, the ten-year anniversary, is shaping