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Gregg Allman Hospitalized, Misses Allman Brothers Band Concert

The Allman Brothers Band closed a 10-night residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on Sunday night, and were forced to play parts of two of those shows without frontman and founder Gregg Allman. Allman walked off stage in pain on Saturday night and was taken to a local hospital.

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Gregg Allman Plans To ‘Stay On The Funny Side’ With New Memoir

Next to Keith Richards, Gregg Allman is one name that comes to mind when you think of the well- weathered rock and roll cats who somehow managed to beat the odds even though it seems like they used up their allotted nine lives many times over.

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Gregg Allman Memoir ‘My Cross to Bear’ Due May 1


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's memoir 'My Cross to Bear' is scheduled to land at bookstores and digital outlets on May 1. The Allman Brothers Band mainstay shared more details about the book on his official Facebook page.

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Gregg Allman Fan Stabbed During Nashville Concert

A Gregg Allman fan was stabbed on Wednesday (Jan. 4) during a concert featuring the Allman Brothers Band singer that took place at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. As reported by Spinner, Ronald Sixt Jr. took a knife jab to the face and was treated for minor facial lacerations after a fight broke out during the show.

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Three Allman Brothers Battle for the Same Grammy Award

Amongst the dozens of Grammy Award nominations announced last night was the Best Blues Album category, in which three members of the Allman Brothers Band -- Gregg Allman, Warren Haynes, and Derek Trucks -- were all nominated for their most recent solo efforts.

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Gregg Allman Says Band “Absolutely Has Another Album” in It

Gregg Allman has lived the rock 'n' roll lifestyle to the fullest and at 63 years of age, his body has been through the ringer. That hasn't derailed him from doing what he loves, which is making music and touring with The Allman Brothers Band. That said, Allman is working to remain healthy while creating tunes. Since he was recovering from a liver transplant, he had plenty of time on his hands to write music. So the end most certainly is not nigh for the band or for Allman.

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Gregg Allman Forced to Cancel Remainder of Summer Tour Due to Respiratory Problems

Gregg Allman is cancelling his remaining summer tour dates, and may be headed to the hospital. According to the Tribune-Democrat in Johnstown, Penn., the singer's weekend show at the AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival in Johnstown was his last show for a while, as he's taking time off to attend to various medical issues. This includes all shows through Sept. 15.

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Gregg Allman Leads Hep C Awareness Campaign

Veteran rocker Gregg Allman is teaming with the American Liver Foundation and prescription-drug company Merck to launch the Tune In to Hep C public awareness campaign. In addition, the Allman Brothers Band will play a benefit concert on July 27 to support the initiative.

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Buffalo Springfield, Robert Plant, Gregg Allman on Tap for Bonnaroo 2011

Robert Plant, Gregg Allman and a newly reunited Buffalo Springfield will wave the classic rock flag with appearances at this year's Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tenn., which takes place next weekend, June 9-12.

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