The Allman Betts Band Announce Their First Tour
The Allman Betts Band have announced their very first tour where they will be playing new music along with classic songs from the Allman Brothers and Gregg Allman catalogs.
The trek is scheduled to kick off on March 27th in Brooklyn, NY at the Brooklyn Bowl and they have announced dates until November 1st in Auburn, AL at the Jay and Susie Gouge Performing Arts Center.
The band will be releasing their new studio album "Down To The River" this summer. Devon Allman had this to say, "It's a new band and new transition for us to go from being brothers to being band mates.
"We have natural organic chemistry that exists concurrently alongside our legacy and roots. This band stands on its own abilities. I'm so stoked to crank the amps and bring the music to the people."
Duane Betts added, "It means so much to us to be able to put this record out and play these songs live for the people. We've put in a lot of hard work and this is just the next natural step in what hopefully will be a long journey."
Down To The River Tour Dates:
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