Featuring Pink Floydâ€™s Roger Waters, Joe Walsh of the Eagles, Gregg Allman, Warren Haynes, Bruce Hornsby, John Hiatt, John Mayer and many others paying homage to Helm.
Last year,Â Gregg AllmanÂ released his autobiography,Â My Cross to Bear.Â Â Fans and readers alike fell in love with the book and there are even rumors that it will be turned into a film.Â Â When Gregg Â was asked if there was any truth to those reports, he said “Umâ€¦ Iâ€™m the kind of person that doesnâ€™t speak about things until [...]
Gregg Allman biopic? Kravitz drops out of Marvin Gaye movie. #SlashBird. Â Plus today’s Music History / Birthdays Allman Brothers – One Way Out It’s rumored a movie in the works based on Gregg Allman’s autobiography My Cross to Bear. Allman did not confirm or deny the rumors, but simply said “Iâ€™m the kind of [...]
Ticket Sarasota reported today the death of guitarist Dan Toler at the age of 65. Toler had been suffering from Lou Gehrig’s disease and was unable to play guitar or speak the last few months of his life. In addition to playing with the Allman Brothers back in the ’70′s, Toler played with Gregg Allman [...]
Hot off a killer show at the Saenger Theatre downtown, it’s just been announced Gregg Allman will join his musical soul brothers for a string of shows at the historic Beacon Theatre in New York. They’re set to play 10 nights between March 1st & 16th, which is almost an annual thing since 1989, says [...]
HIGHEST CHART POSITION OF HIS CAREER. His debut solo record, 1973â€™s Laid Back, reached #13. Low Country Blues is Allmanâ€™s first solo record in 14 years and was produced by T Bone Burnett at his Village Recorder studio in Los Angeles. The album features Dr. John on piano, guitarist Doyle Bramhall II, and Burnettâ€™s brilliant go-to rhythm section: bassist Dennis Crouch and drummer Jay Bellerose.