Allman Brothers Left Leaderless By Duane's Death Says Gregg: Allman Brothers News

On Tuesday Allman Brothers Left Leaderless By Duane's Death Says Gregg was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Gregg Allman says the Allman Brothers Band were left leaderless after the death of sibling Duane. And that's one of the reasons he has no regrets about bringing their 45-year career to a close in 2014.

He tells Newsday of the Allmans split last year: "Every organization needs a leader, a focal point," he says. "That's something the Allman Brothers, after my brother died, never had.

"It was just a bunch of head chefs together. I'm not saying anything down about the Allman Brothers. It was a beautiful experience. It might have lasted a little bit long." Read more - here.

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