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Authors Willie Perkins and Jack Weston Discuss 'The Allman Brothers Band Classic Memorabilia, 1969-1976'

The book highlights individual collectibles, including band instruments and equipment, T-shirts, apparel and merchandise, autographs, bookkeeping documents, passes, posters, tickets, programs, promotional items, vintage photographs and more. Duane’s daughter, Galadrielle Allman, wrote the introduction.

Jimmie Vaughan to Perform with U of T Longhorn Band at Halftime Thanksgiving Day

Jimmie Vaughan will perform with the University of Texas at Austin Longhorn Band during halftime at the Texas vs. Texas Tech football game on Thanksgiving Day. “We are excited beyond words about this opportunity to perform with Jimmie Vaughan,” said Band Director Scott Hanna. “For our students, this is an incredible opportunity to connect with their Texas musical heritage through a living legend."

Band of Brothers: Guitarist Scott Sharrard Discusses Life in the Gregg Allman Band

Guitarist Scott Sharrard's fingerprints are all over the recent excellent live CD and DVD Gregg Allman Live: Back to Macon, GA. The recording highlights not only Sharrard's tasty, blues-inflected playing but also his excellent work as musical director. "I just love this band I've got now," Allman says. "It took me years to put it together just so, and I just love playing with them. Scott's done a great job getting this to a very good place."

Not Fade Away: Grateful Dead, Trey Anastasio at July 5 Fare Thee Well Show — Concert Review

Last night’s final Fare Thee Well show; the final joint appearance, ever, by the Grateful Dead’s "core four" of Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann—if you take them at their word—began and ended the same way: with a group bow and a huge roar from a giant crowd.

Fast Lane: The Underappreciated Genius and Vision of Shawn Lane

Casual guitar fans have probably never heard the name Shawn Lane—but speed freaks all over the world still consider him a god even after his premature death nearly 12 years ago. Guitar World tells the story of an incomparable musical visionary.

Duane Allman’s Three Beloved Les Pauls Are Reunited Onstage for the Allman Brothers’ Final Stand

Duane Allman had three primary Les Pauls during his time with the Allman Brothers Band. The 1957 goldtop that he played on the band’s first two albums as well as most of the Derek and the Dominos Layla sessions has been on display at the Big House Museum in Macon, Georgia.

Gov't Mule Premiere "Spanish Moon" from New 'Sco-Mule' Album with John Scofield — Exclusive

On January 27, Gov’t Mule will release Sco-Mule, spotlighting two 1999 shows that the original trio of Warren Haynes, Allen Woody and Matt Abts played with jazz guitarist John Scofield. The Atlanta performances, which also featured keyboardist Dr. Dan Matrazzo, have been widely traded, discussed and revered by Mule fans for 15 years.

For Sale: Nine Gibson Les Pauls Played by Warren Haynes at Final Allman Brothers Beacon Theatre Shows

Each of the nine hand-selected Les Pauls will be played by Haynes during one of the Allman Brothers Band’s final six shows at New York’s Beacon Theatre over the next week. All proceeds benefit the Big House Museum in Macon, Georgia; the purchase will be a tax-deductible donation.

Brian Farmer, Warren Haynes' Longtime Guitar Tech, Dead at 53

Warren Haynes’ longtime and beloved guitar tech, Brian Farmer, died Sunday, August 24, at his home near Nashville. Farmer died peacefully in his sleep. He was 53. "He was a close friend, a devoted worker and a lover of life,” Haynes said. “We traveled around the world together and shared many experiences—mostly while laughing. He will be missed by a huge circle of friends and family."

Allman Brothers Band: Compilation Producer Bill Levenson Talks Deluxe '1971 Fillmore East Recordings'

The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East has been considered rock’s best live album since its 1971 release. Recorded March 12 and 13, 1971, at the New York club, the album captured the original Allman Brothers Band at the peak of their powers, playing with verve, grace, intensity and seemingly telepathic communication.