Last year marked the 50th anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band, and to celebrate Madison Square Garden in New York City will is putting on “Celebrating 50 Years of the Music of the Allman Brothers Band.” The concert will take place on on March 10th and will feature original Allman Brother Band member Jaimoe as well as five members of later ABB lineups including Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Chuck Leavell, Oteil Burbridge and Marc Quiñones, as well as drummer Duane Trucks, who is the nephew of the late Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks and a current member of jam-band Widespread Panic. Keyboardist Reese Wynans of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Double Trouble Band will round out the all-star lineup.
The public onsale happened on Friday, Jan. 10, through Ticketmaster, and other than seats behind the stage, face value tickets are sold out.
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Rumors have been swirling of an ABB reunion since mid-December when Live Nation posted the below graphic to Instagram. The post included illustrations of a mushroom and a peach – both symbols associated with The Allman Brothers Band – as well as the text “The Brothers,” “March 2020” and “#TheBrothers50.” It was captioned “Stay Tuned. #TheBrothers50.”
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