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What Do the Allman Brothers Do Now?

The sudden and potentially devastating departure of two key members has left the Allman Brothers Band -- not to mention their fans -- reeling. Will the group retire again? Reload? Turn back to past members? We explore the options. 

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Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks Leaving Allman Brothers

Enjoy the guitar heroics while you can. Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks are both leaving the Allman Brothers Band at the end of the year.

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Allman Brothers Promise ‘Spontaneous’ New Run at Beacon

Expect the unexpected when the Allman Brothers Band continue their annual run of shows at New York's Beacon Theatre in a couple of months. "Spontaneous things will happen," Gregg Allman told Rolling Stone.

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Allman Brothers Find ‘Natural Fit’ with Second Annual Peach Festival

Scranton, Pa. is known for its coal mining history -- and for playing host to TV's best-known fictional paper company -- but this Aug. 17-18, it was also the best place in the country to find jam.

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40 Years Ago: The Allman Brothers Band Release ‘Brothers and Sisters’

To say the Allman Brothers Band were up against a wall in the fall of 1972 would be something of an understatement. Just a year before, they had lost guitarist and co-founder Duane Allman in a motorcycle accident. In November 1972, during the recording of their fifth album, ‘Brothers and Sisters,’ their bass player, Berry Oakley, met a similar fate on his bike just three blocks from where Allman was tragically struck and killed.

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Allman Brothers Planning ‘Bigger Things’ for Annual Music Fest

With the number of shows the Allman Brothers Band play every year, it takes something special for a gig to really stand out -- which is exactly what the Brothers have planned for this year's Peach Music Festival.

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Allmans ‘Brothers and Sisters’ 40th Anniversary Box Set

The seven-song 1973 Allman Brothers Band 'Brothers and Sisters' album is the focus of a new box set set to hit stores this summer. The group is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the iconic album with a release that's expected to include significant bonus material.

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Dickey Betts Forced to Cancel Shows After Health Scare

Legendary singer and guitarist Dickey Betts has canceled a number of upcoming shows with his band Great Southern after battling unknown health issues.

The 69-year-old musician, best known as a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, has been canc

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Crossroads Guitar Festival Highlights

The Allman Brothers Band closed out the opening night of Eric Clapton's fourth Crossroads Guitar Festival on Friday (April 12) with a titanic six-song set, highlighted by 'Whipping Post.' Not to be outdone, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones then dropped by for Saturday night's festival finale.

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Butch Trucks on Allman Brothers Record – ‘I Think We Might’

The Allman Brothers Band's most recent studio album will turn 10 next month, which is a long time even for a group of guys that would rather play live than record new music. Fortunately, according to drummer Butch Trucks, another record might be on the horizon.

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