Fresh off the road with the Allman Brothers Band, frontman Gregg Allman has lined up a series of solo tour dates that will keep him on the road through the end of this year and into the first part of 2014.
The reason behind the breakup of one of rock’s most legendary and influential bands is rather ordinary, but the story is special. In his new memoir ‘My Cross to Bear’ (available May 1) Gregg Allman reveals how drugs and money shattered the Allman Brothers Band‘s harmony in the summer of 1976.
The Allman Brothers Band closed a 10-night residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on Sunday night, and were forced to play parts of two of those shows without frontman and founder Gregg Allman. Allman walked off stage in pain on Saturday night and was taken to a local hospital.
A Gregg Allman fan was stabbed on Wednesday (Jan. 4) during a concert featuring the Allman Brothers Band singer that took place at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. As reported by Spinner, Ronald Sixt Jr. took a knife jab to the face and was treated for minor facial lacerations after a fight broke out during the show.
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