Gregg Allman in Concert at The Grove of Anaheim
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Legendary Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman will perform at the Grove of Anaheim. Allman is both a founding member of one of the biggest and most important American bands of all time, the still-active and thriving The Allman Brothers Band. He is a critically acclaimed solo talent with a beautifully soulful and distinctive voice as well as brilliant keyboard and guitar expertise.
Gregg Allman’s debut album Laid Back was released in 1973, the same year that The Allman Brothers’ monstrously successful Brothers & Sisters topped the album charts. Laid Back‘s subtly textured, eclectic mix of rock, folk, R & B and gospel inflections drew rave reviews. Subsequent releases included the live Gregg Allman Tour ’74, _Playin’ Up A Storm_ (1977), and I’m No Angel (1987) which generated a #1 Album Radio hit with the unforgettable title track, a self-meditation on Allman’s often bad-boy ways. In 1988 Allman released After the Bullets Fly and in 1997 Gregg released Searching for Simplicity, the album he feels represents some of his very best work.
Though familiar faces surround his solo endeavors there is a major difference between Gregg Allmansolo and The Allman Brothers Band. “There’s only one cook in the kitchen,” he says, “only one chef. I let the soloists do their thing – you’ve gotta let a man do a solo the way he wants – but as far as picking the tunes and working on the arrangements, I take full responsibility for it.” Don’t miss the chance to see the incredible Gregg Allman at the Grove!