From across a smoky bar, you might get a few of the shaggier members of these Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame nominees mixed up.
Allman Brothers Band
Warren Haynes spoke with us about his upcoming Gov't Mule releases and his years with the Allman Brothers.
Today is the birthday of Allman Brothers Band guitar legend Dickey Betts.
Marking definitive dates in music history is always tricky business, but if you forced fans to reach a consensus on the birthdate of Southern rock, most would agree it came in November 1969 with the release of the Allman Brothers Band’s self-titled debut album.
Many Allman Brothers Band fans were disappointed that former guitarist Dickey Betts wasn't onstage with the group when they performed their farewell concert on Oct. 28, but Betts doesn't seem too broken up about his old partners calling it quits.
After 45 years, millions of albums sold and countless miles, the Allman Brothers Band played its final show last night.
Duane Allman died after a motorcycle accident on October 29, 1971.
Like many groups that managed to last almost a half century, the Allman Brothers Band's long, complicated history isn't always an easy one to navigate.
The Allman Brothers Band will close out their storied career with one last concert at New York's Beacon Theatre tonight, but fans who weren't lucky enough to score tickets can still experience the performance, thanks to SiriusXM's Classic Vinyl channel.
As the Allman Brothers Band calls time on their career, we revisit their tumultuous 45 years together.