Allman Brothers Band- Midnight Rider- LA 6-92

The Allman Brothers Band  officially called it a career recently, and Gregg Allman was still out there singing for his supper in 2015 until rumors about his deteriorating health turned out be sadly true. Gregg Allman passed away in his home Memorial Day Weekend at age 69In the Studio Americana fan and folk artist Dan Taylor reported back from Gregg’s 2015 Dallas/ Ft.Worth show:

“They  did a really slinky version of ‘Stand Back’, and an unusual version of ‘Whipping Post’ midway into the set that started without the signature bass line but ended up a fiery spacey progressive jazz work out. Very enjoyable. Gregg broke out the acoustic guitar for a fine version of ‘Melissa’ and also for a superb ‘Midnight Rider‘ in which he reverted to the Laid Back solo version rather than the latter day Allmans version. I found it to be excellent with Gregg really delivering on vocals and guitar, my favorite of the night.  Allman closed out the evening with a fine version of ‘One Way Out‘, all band members were smoking on this track. And Gregg’s vocals again were as good as I’ve heard him. gregg-allman-887f4fd3152fd6ca8c8d82918dca41da-gregg20allman20
Gregg’s still got plenty in the tank and is not content just to be an Allman Brothers oldie machine. His different arrangements and eclectic old blues covers keep it fresh. It’s obvious he has a passion for the music…and is still the ‘Midnight Rider’.”-Dan Taylor