allman brothers band

The most difficult part of music making is consistency. Writers’ block, record company problems, band dissolutions and many other factors can make or break a record. It’s a tribute to the artists who have stood the test of time that their successes far outweigh their failures. But sometimes the failure will be so extraordinary or […]


All things Allman Brothers

by TW on June 4, 2009

With the Allman Brothers Band celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, it’s been a busy time for the band and band members. When they’re not playing together, the various Allman Brothers’ members are sure to be making music elsewhere. Guitarist Warren Haynes somehow manages a schedule with the Brothers along with his own Gov’t Mule […]


Remembering the Allman Brothers Band

by TW on April 6, 2009

The Allman Brothers Band – Macon, Georgia’s, favorite musical sons – are remembered warmly by several folks closest to the band members including Linda Oakley Miller (widow of Berry Oakley), Willie Perkins (former Allman Brothers Band road manager), John Lyndon (brother of the late Twiggs Lyndon) and Alan Walden (music promoter and brother of Capricorn […]


The Allman Brothers Band filmed early on the comeback trail perform “End Of The Line.” Warren Haynes’ slide guitar solo would make Duane Allman proud.

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The 50 Greatest Blues Artists

by TW on November 3, 2008

The roots of the blues extend deep, deep into the soil of the Mississippi Delta, Texas, the Piedmont and up to Chicago. The influence of the blues on American music is inestimable, and the greatest blues artists and their classic recordings are as timeless as the blues itself. Here are 50 of the most influential […]

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