October 21 Tuesday, 8:00 PM Allman Brothers Band (Rescheduled from 03/25/2014)
Beacon Theatre - New York, NY
October 22 Wednesday, 8:00 PM Allman Brothers Band (Rescheduled from 03/26/2014)
Beacon Theatre - New York, NY
October 24 Friday, 8:00 PM Allman Brothers Band (Rescheduled from 03/28/2014)
Beacon Theatre - New York, NY
October 25 Saturday, 8:00 PM Allman Brothers Band (Rescheduled from 03/29/2014)
Beacon Theatre - New York, NY
Rated on average 4 out of 5 stars by 5 people
Allman Brothers Band Reviews
4 / 5

Review by JOHN K
UPPER BALC 5 Row H
Best Show
March 14, 2013
Best show I have seen in years seats were great Thanks Robert!!!
4 / 5

Review by CONPAT
ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
December 03, 2011
FABULOUS CONCERT beyond expectations, worth every penny. Could have used more personnel to direct us to our seats, too many 50 + colliding into each other, but worth it in the end.
4 / 5

Review by Dave O
allman's
December 03, 2011
good show
4 / 5

Review by Steve G
Great show
December 03, 2011
Terrific show as usual. Led by Warren and Derek who are at top of their game, the entire band was in sync and sounded superb. Not the best song, but personal favorite was Blind Willie McTell
4 / 5

Review by buckhntr
allman brothers 12/2/11
December 03, 2011
great music as always by the allmans. trucks and haynes really meshed well together. they ain't duane and dickie but then nobody is.


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As the pioneers of Southern rock, the Allman Brothers Band forged this new musical style from elements of everything they loved- from blues, jazz, soul, R&B, to rock and roll. Along with the Grateful Dead and Cream, they helped to advance rock as a medium for improvisation, Duane Allman and... More

Allman Brothers Band Information

As the pioneers of Southern rock, the Allman Brothers Band forged this new musical style from elements of everything they loved- from blues, jazz, soul, R&B, to rock and roll. Along with the Grateful Dead and Cream, they helped to advance rock as a medium for improvisation, Duane Allman and Dickey Betts turning jamming into something that requires serious technical skill with soaring guitar solos. This combined with Gregg Allman’s gruff, soulful vocals and organ and the forceful, syncopated drive of a rhythm section that included two drummers, the Allman Brothers Band were a blues-rocking powerhouse from their beginnings in 1969.

The group put on marathon concerts back then just as they do today (in absence of Duane Allman’s masterful guitar since his passing in ‘71). The Allman Brothers rank among rock’s greatest performing entities despite having battled several deaths among members. Moreover, their success paved the way for other bands from the South, including Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Marshall Tucker Band, and the Charlie Daniels Band. To date, the Allman Brothers Band have had ten gold albums, four of which have been certified platinum (At Fillmore East, Eat a Peach and Brothers and Sisters) or multiplatinum (A Decade of Hits). While they haven’t released any new music for seven years (and not including 2003’s Hittin’ the Note sixteen years), the Allman Brothers are still an avidly touring band, having celebrated their 40th anniversary last year.