Gregg Allman 75th Birthday all-star tribute show confirmed for Beacon Theatre, Dec 8

Article Contributed by Big Hassle Media | Published on Tuesday, October 11, 2022

The life and legacy of the legendary Gregg Allman will be celebrated with a very special all-star concert event. Produced by Lindsay Lehman and Wally Wilson in association with Allman’s longtime friend and manager Michael Lehman, “The Midnight Rider: Gregg Allman’s 75th Birthday Jam” features musical director Kenny Greenberg and happens on what would have been Allman’s 75th birthday, December 8, at one of the late Rock & Roll Hall of Famer’s favorite venues, New York City’s historic Beacon Theatre.

Tickets for “The Midnight Rider: Gregg Allman’s 75th Birthday Jam” will be available via or at Ticketmaster locations or by phone at 800-745-3000. The pre-sale begins tomorrow, Wednesday October 12 at noon EST; general on-sale begins this Friday October 14 at noon EST.

“The Midnight Rider: Gregg Allman’s 75th Birthday Jam” will see a diverse range of artists paying homage to Allman with unprecedented performances from an extraordinary lineup of superstar artists. Among the devoted fans and admirers set to perform at the milestone event are 4x Academy of Country Music Award-winners Old Dominion, GRAMMY® Award-winning country duo Brothers Osborne, GRAMMY® Award-nominated NEEDTOBREATHE, Seven-time GRAMMY® Award-winning singer-songwriter (and Lady A co-founder) Charles Kelley, Americana Music Award-winner Shakey Graves, acclaimed soul singer-songwriter-bass guitarist Shaun Munday, British singer-songwriter Lucie Silvas, and fast-rising country artist Jackson Dean. Additional superstar special guests will be announced soon.

Though his passing in 2017 has left a vast musical space that can never truly be filled, “The Midnight Rider: Gregg Allman’s 75th Birthday Jam” marks a remarkable valedictory and memorial to a true giant of American music, now and forever. Born December 8, 1947 in Nashville, TN, Allman was undoubtedly among rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest and most significant artists, his soul-fired and utterly distinctive voice still one of the defining sounds in all of American music. From his founding role in the one and only Allman Brothers Band to his long and storied solo career, Allman consistently proved himself to be an iconic singer/songwriter and exceptional practitioner of the American blues tradition. The award-winning author of such modern standards as “Midnight Rider,” “It’s Not My Cross To Bear,” “Dreams,” and “Whipping Post,” Allman accrued a remarkable list of honors over his five decade musical journey, including the Allman Brothers Band’s 1995 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award at the 54th Annual GRAMMY® Awards. Allman detailed his brilliant career in 2012’s critically acclaimed, New York Times best-selling memoir, My Cross To Bear, chronicling a truly astonishing life burdened by unimaginable loss, alcohol and drug addiction, told with clear-eyed wisdom and sharp hindsight.


December 8, 2022

The Beacon Theatre

8:00 PM


Old Dominion

Brothers Osborne


Charles Kelley

Shakey Graves

Shaun Munday

Lucie Silvas

Jackson Dean

More Special Guests To Be Announced