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Published: 2012/01/16

Furthur, Gov’t Mule, Mickey Hart, Bruce Hornsby and More Will Join The Allmans at Wanee 2012

Photo by Dino Perrucci

Furthur, Bruce Hornsby, Mickey Hart Band, Gov’t Mule and Tedeschi Trucks Band are among the acts scheduled to join
The Allman Brothers Band at Wanee this spring. As previously reported, the multi-day event will take place at Live Oak, FL’s Spirit of Suwannee Music Park from April 19-21. Tickets for the Festival go on sale Friday, January 20 at 10AM

Other acts confirmed to appear include: Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band, Buddy Guy, Electric Hot Tuna , Ray Manzarek & Roy Rogers Band, Leftover Salmon, North Mississippi Allstars, Trigger Hippy (featuring Joan Osborne, Jackie Greene, Steve Gorman, Audley Freed & Nick Govrik), Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Devon Allman’s Honeytribe, Bobby Lee Rodgers Trio, Soja, Conspirator, Eoto, Particle, Zach Deputy, Matt Schofield , Big Sams Funky Nation, Charles Bradley, Bonerama, The Yeti Trio, Jacob Jeffries Band and Bonnie Blue.


There are 5 comments associated with this post

joe January 16, 2012, 15:45:48

this blows the doors off bonnaroo as far as festies in the south east goes.
bonnarooo has went techno and rap anyway

KB January 17, 2012, 07:37:52

Last year’s line up was waaaaay sicker. When Panic played down there it was just tooooo packed, not as much fun.

WIll January 17, 2012, 13:36:53

Ready to see some Leftover Salmon in the deep south again! Some of that cajun slamgrass stuff.

Rifki February 11, 2012, 19:55:06

Have you heard about the Moneypenny ruineon? Check out Schylar’s myspace page. I think that Joe should get them booked at a bbq contest.

Nayak February 14, 2012, 05:49:47

Great post and oietrvasbons. What’s more, is that it’s not just the physicality of the exchange, but the intellectualism of the exchange. Not dancing at a concert (whether by choice or appropriateness) doesn’t necessarily limit one’s experience. And I agree with Mud, in that nothing can match the level of energy exchange via sound. It can, in fact, not invite us in but also, show us something we didn’t realize was there. That observation is always rewarding, whether through listening, seeing, experiencing, etc.

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