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Published: 2004/03/29

ABB Weekend in New York Proves A Beacon To Guests

The Allman Brothers band closed out its Beacon Theater run this past weekend, with a number of perfomers joining her group on stage. On Saturday, three quarters of Deep Fried: Matt Abts, Brian Stoltz and Johnny Neel sat in during ‘You Don’t Love Me’ while Lee Roy Parnell appeared during ‘Done Somebody Wrong.’ The next night, the Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes horn section appeared in the first set during ‘I’ve Been Loving You For Too Long’, ‘The Same Thing’ and ‘ The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.’ Later, longtime Howlin’ Wolf collaborator, septuagenarian Hubert Sumlin added guitar to ’44 Blues.’ A version of ‘Feel so Bad’ featured DTB vocalist Mike Mattison as, well as Susan Tedeschi. The second set concluded with Mike Gordon joining in for ‘Southbound.’ The ABB then returned to the stage to close out the 2004 Beacon run the way it began, with ‘Mountain Jam.’

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