The Devon Allman Project heads out on tour, co-headline dates w/Samantha Fish, Eric Krasno and special guests Dirty Dozen Brass Band
The Devon Allman Project will kick off an extensive three-week tour this weekend at the Blues, Brews and BBQ festival in Syracuse, NY before heading to Jones Beach as support for Lynyrd Skynyrd on June 6 and will travel throughout the East Coast for several co-headlining performances with Samantha Fish Band and the Eric Krasno Band on select dates along with support from New Orleans legends Dirty Dozen Brass Band.
Sheryl Crow gets it – the beach life, that is. “All I wanna do is have some fun, until the sun comes up over Santa Monica Boulevard,” Crow sang on Sunday during a twilight set on the sand at Redondo Beach, just 15 miles south of the oceanfront Santa Monica Pier. One of the BeachLife Festival’s high-profile performers who first made waves toward prominence in the late ‘80s/early ‘90s, Crow shared top billing with Smashing Pumpkins, Weezer, Stone Temple Pilots, 311, and the Steve Miller Band (who’s first hit was in 1968).
NOLAFUNK & Live Nation Presents The Devon Allman Project, Tab Benoit, Samantha Fish at The Fillmore/New Orleans
NOLAFUNK And Live Nation Presents The Devon Allman Project featuring Walter 'Wolfman' Washington and Fred Tackett, (Little Feat) plus Special Guests Tab Benoit and Samantha Fish, at The Fillmore/New Orleans, Friday, May 6. Show: 8:00pm. tickets: $39.50-$69.50. Info: (504) 881-1555 or visit http://cncrt.ly/TheFillmoreNOLA
Gibson Gives Presents: Devon Allman and Eric Gales a two night benefit at the National Blues Museum in St. Louis
Blues and rock prodigy, Eric Gales, will join blues-rock icon Devon Allman for a special, live benefit concert, presented by Gibson Gives, at the National Blues Museum (NBM) in downtown St. Louis, MO on May 7th and 8th. The two-night concert series will also feature music by blues legend Albert King. Allman and Gales are generously donating all proceeds of this concert to the National Blues Museum to support the mission, music, and education programs.
Last night, in Rocky Mount, VA history was made as Orion Gregory Allman made his stage debut playing a Hammond B3 with just like his grandfather, and late Allman Brothers Band co-founder Gregg Allman.
BMG recording artist Devon Allman of The Allman Betts Band has announced a third phase of shows for the “We Are Still All Together” Tour 2020. With an average of 70,000 views per show, the “We Are Still All Together Tour” is proving to be a smashing success.
The “We Are Still All Together” Tour 2020 from Devon Allman’s house is entering a second phase after a week off. The shows are averaging 73,000 views a piece with wonderful feedback on the sound quality and interaction with the fans. Gibson Guitars, Earthworks Audio, Meyer Sound Lab, and Kyser Musical Products have been amazing supporters of the event posting to their social media and spreading the word.