Devon Allman

The Allman Betts Band is an American rock group that burst onto the scene in 2018. This ensemble is a family affair, featuring the sons of two founding members of the legendary Allman Brothers Band: Devon Allman (son of Gregg Allman) and Duane Betts (son of Dickey Betts). Their lineup is further enriched by slide guitarist Johnny Stachela, bassist Justin Corgan, keyboardist John Ginty, and drummers John Lum and Alex Orbison (son of the iconic Roy Orbison).

Fresh off setting a world record (50 shows in 50 states in 49 days), and a pair of wildly successful national and international tours with The Allman Betts Family Revival and 2024’s Allman Betts Band tour, Devon Allman, is thrilled to announce Miami Moon, his first solo LP in 8 years dropping August 16 via his own, Create Records.

The first single from the new album “White Horse” and official music video will premiere exclusively via Relix this Thursday, June 6 before going wide on Friday, June 7.  


International Bluegrass phenom Sierra Hull brought her Tip Toe High Wire tour to St. Louis last night to the historic midwest music venue The Sheldon Concert Hall. She brought up a familiar St. Louis-based musician, her friend Devon Allman (son of Gregg Allman), and his guitarist Jackson Stokes for a spooky rendition of The Allman Brothers Band's "End of the Line." The trio brought the house down trading licks and utilizing the natural dynamics of the room.

The Allman Betts Family Revival is thrilled to announce the latest round of special guest additions for the 2023 tour. Newly announced guests include Ghalia Volt and Mattie Schell, plus Mike Zito has been added to the tour kickoff on Nov 25 in St. Louis, MO, and Sierra Ferrell will join the Revival on Dec 15 at The Ryman in Nashville, TN.

The inaugural day at BeachLife Ranch unfurled a tapestry of rustic, country charm, enveloping attendees in a warm, familial ambiance. The festival landscape metamorphosed into a luminous oasis, caressed by the gentle kisses of the sun, where cowboy hats dotted the scene and line dancing infused the air with ebullient vibrations.

Devon Allman and Donavon Frankenreiter have set a new Guinness World Record! They performed fifty live concerts in all fifty states in forty-nine days. Allman and Frankenreiter are no strangers to working hard and making people happy. Both men are workhorses in the entertainment industry and this achievement has cemented their ambitious work ethic into the history books forever.

So check out the crazy musical DNA of this duo: One guy’s a longtime pro surfer from southern California who turned pro guitarist/songwriter in the early 2000s, and the other’s the guitar-playing/songwriting son of a certifiable blues-rock-blues legend also active for more than 20 years. Both have sizable amounts of songwriting and recording experience under their belts and a shared passion for the road. So this year, they’re hell-bent on setting a new world record to perform a show in all 50 U.S. states, inside 50 days!

Devon Allman and Donavon Frankenreiter, rock 'n' roll recording artists and globe-trotting journeymen, embark on their 'See It All' American Tour, with a local performance at Rams Head Onstage, 31 West St., Saturday, August 5. Show: 1pm. All ages. Tickets: $65. Info: (410) 268-4545 or visit

The 21st annual Blues From The Top Music Festival is officially in the music festival history books. What a great three days in the picturesque town of Winter Park, Colorado. You couldn’t have asked for better weather or grander hosts than the Grand County Blues Society and all of the sponsors that help year after year.

Today, rock ‘n’ roll recording artists and globe-trotting journeymen Devon Allman and Donavon Frankenreiter have released their new collaborative EP Rollers. PRESS HERE to listen to Rollers, which first premiered with Relix.

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