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.
The sudden and potentially devastating departure of two key members has left the Allman Brothers Band -- not to mention their fans -- reeling. Will the group retire again? Reload? Turn back to past members? We explore the options.
To say the Allman Brothers Band were up against a wall in the fall of 1972 would be something of an understatement. Just a year before, they had lost guitarist and co-founder Duane Allman in a motorcycle accident. In November 1972, during the recording of their fifth album, ‘Brothers and Sisters,’ t…
The seven-song 1973 Allman Brothers Band 'Brothers and Sisters' album is the focus of a new box set set to hit stores this summer. The group is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the iconic album with a release that's expected to include significant bonus material.