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Gregg Allman
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Allmans Add to March Madness

Not surprisingly, the Allman Brothers have added an 11th (and final show) to their March Madness run at New York City's Beacon Theatre.

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Duane Allman
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Duane Allman Retrospective Coming

The late Duane Allman will be remembered with a seven-disc career retrospective set for release in March.

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Allman Brothers Announce March Madness

The Allman Brothers Band has announced the dates for their annual 'March Madness' run at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. Tickets go on sale tomorrow (January 4)

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Stones Tops In Wolfgang’s Vault in 2012

According to the Wolfgang's Vault website, the Top 10 live performances streamed on the site for 2012 were:

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Butch Trucks
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Allman Brothers Teaching

Members of the Allman Brothers Band are taking part in a music camp in New York State next June.

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The Who Top Live Album Poll

According to some of the readers of Rolling Stone, The Who's first concert album, 1970's Live at Leeds, tops a poll of the 10 Best Live Albums of All-Time. Keep reading to see the rest of the Top 10...

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Gregg Allman
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Blues Fix at 6: November 16, 2012

Friday Night Block Party Edition with the Allman Brothers

Leave My Blues At Home from Idlewild South (1970)

Ain't Wastin' Time No Morefrom Eat A Peach (1972)

Come And Go Blues from Brothers and Sisters (1973)

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Surprise #1 At Top Of Southern Rock Song Poll

The Marshall Tucker Band's 1973 classic "Can't You See" has been named the 'Greatest Southern Rock Song' in a new list by The track -- which has been a mainstay on FM radio upon it's release on the band's self-titled debut album -- has often been mistaken for being an Allman Brothers Band song, actually was never a hit, "peaking" upon release at a disappointing Number 108 on the Billboard singles charts. Coming in second was Lynyrd Skynyrd's 1974 mission statement, "Sweet Home Alabama," with 1975 Outlaws favorite "Green Grass & High Tides" rounding out the Top Three.

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