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The Allman Brothers Band may not have invented Southern rock, but they perfected it. They blasting out of Georgia at the end of the ‘60s – having already paying their dues in the Allman Joys and Hour Glass — with a pair of records that would help establish their sound. Rooted in equal parts Southern R&B, back-roads country, amp-shredding garage rock, juke-joint blues and ‘60s rock ‘n’ roll, 1969’s self-titled debut and the following year’s ‘Idlewild South’ set the template. But it wasn’t until 1971’s double live ‘At Fillmore East’ that the Allmans became stars. Guitar ace Duane Allman and bassist Berry Oakley were killed in separate motorcycle accidents not long after the record’s release, but the group rebounded with 1973’s ‘Brothers and Sisters,’ a No. 1 album, led by Gregg Allman’s soulful rasp. Over the past 40 years the group has switched personnel (most notably recruiting guitarist Warren Haynes) but has remained a popular live act for its marathon shows.

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Top 10 Gregg Allman Songs

Duane Allman looms large, just as he did in passing. Still, these songs make their own case for the brother who remained.

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Allman Brothers Band Announce Eight-Disc ‘Fox Box’

The set showcases performances from a tour in support of what would be the Allman Brothers Band's final studio effort.

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Butch Trucks Remembered by Allman Brothers Band Alumni, Family and Friends

Among those on hand for the private event were former bandmates Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Oteil Burbridge and Jaimoe, among others.

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Capricorn

45 Years Ago: The Allman Brothers Band Release ‘Eat a Peach’

After struggling to find an audience with their first two studio LPs, the Allman Brothers Band finally achieved a commercial breakthrough with 1971's At Fillmore East.

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Read the Transcript of Butch Trucks’ Final Interview

Hours before his death on Jan. 24, former Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks was on the phone with The Morning Call for what would turn out to be his final interview.

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Watch Derek Trucks Pay Tribute to His Uncle, Allman Brothers Band Drummer Butch Trucks

Derek Trucks was a member of the Allman Brothers Band with his uncle Butch Trucks for 15 years.

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Rick Diamond, Getty Images

Butch Trucks’ Death: Rockers React

The death of co-founding Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks has led to an outpouring of emotion.

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Allman Brothers Band Drummer Butch Trucks Dies

A cause of death for Butch Trucks, co-founding drummer with the Allman Brothers Band, was not immediately known.

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Gregg Allman Says the Allman Brothers Are ‘Talking About’ a Reunion Tour

Gregg Allman's getting ready to put out a new solo record — and entertaining the possibility of a reunion tour with the Allman Brothers Band.

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Jemal Countess, Getty Images

The Allman Brothers Band May Be Reuniting

Bassist Oteil Burbridge says that Gregg Allman has been trying to get the group back together.

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