"Hoooooooo" (flips hair). That's our Cher impression. Now that we got that out of our system, we can move on.
Cher's a legend in her own right; even though some may think she's had too much plastic surgery in recent years the truth is, she's an all-time babe. And ple
Gregg Allman has been sober for years, but even though he's left his bad habits behind, he's still troubled by some memories of the old days -- including the final conversation he had with his brother and bandmate Duane, the morning before a motorcycle accident took the legendary guitarist's life at the young age of 24.
Approximately one week ago, Gregg Allman was forced to postpone his book tour in support of 'My Cross To Bear' (released this past Tuesday) due to cardiac testing the rocker was undergoing at Florida's Mayo Clinic. The clinic was looking to determine if additional care was going to be required for Allman relating to surgery he had recently undergone for a hernia.
The reason behind the breakup of one of rock's most legendary and influential bands is rather ordinary, but the story is special. In his new memoir 'My Cross to Bear' (available May 1) Gregg Allman reveals how drugs and money shattered the Allman Brothers Band's harmony in the summer of 1976.
With the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies happening this weekend, it seemed like a good time to share the following story from Gregg Allman, who remembers the personally murky events surrounding the induction of the Allman Brothers Band in his forthcoming book ‘My Cross To Bear.’