A Brother’s Revival, an exciting new Allman Brothers Band tribute that includes their fan’s favorite songs in their original format, and featuring former ABB member David ‘Rook’ Goldflies on bass and Mike Kach (Dickey Bettts Band) on keyboards and vocals, perform locally at the Dothan Civic Center and Opera House, 126 N. St. Andrews St., Saturday, August 17. Showtime: 8pm. Tickets are $20.-$40. Info: (334) 615-3175 or visit http://www.dothanciviccenter.org.
The Allman Brothers Band, who recently celebrated their 50th Anniversary, were one of the most influential groups of the Seventies, combining rock, country, R&B and blues, to create a sound that was loved by millions of fans. This success helped to make Gregg Allman’s legendary blues voice one of the most distinguishable in music. Few singers have the range and passion to successfully cover Gregg’s music. A Brother’s Revival is fortunate to feature the voice of lead singer Gary Allman, whose strong, bluesy voice delivers Allman-esque vocals reminiscent of Gregg’s iconic sound.
A Brother’s Revival will perform all the Allman Brothers Band’s most memorable classic hits, including “Whipping Post,” “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed,” “Southbound,” “Ramblin Man,” “Melissa,” “Jessica,” “One Way Out,” “Midnight Rider,” “Soulshine,” “Statesboro Blues,” “Good Clean Fun” and of course, “Revival.” The song list will change from show to show, with unexpected jams added — just as the ‘Brothers have always done to keep the show exciting for their fans.
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