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Published: 2012/08/02

The Allman Brothers and moe. Share the Stage in Atlanta

Photo by John Patrick Gatta

After closing out a run of dates with Santana, The Allman Brothers Band teamed up with moe. for a one-off show in the group’s hometown of Atlanta, GA. moe. opened the show at the Chastain Park Amphitheatre, performing a set of fan favorites that included a guest appearance by Allman’s guitarist Warren Haynes during “Opium.”

During the Allman’s set, Ike Stubblefield joined the group on keys for “That’s What Love Will Make You Do,” while Stax recording legend William Bell joined in on “Born Under a Bad Sign.” Later in the set, moe. guitarist Al Schnier joined the group for a tribute to what would have been Jerry Garcia’s 70th birthday, with a cover of the Grateful Dead’s “Franklin’s Tower.”

The Allman Brothers Band performs next at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Charlotte, NC.

Here’s a look at the setlists from last night as they appear in our Box Scores section.

Allman Brothers Band
Chastain Park Amphitheatre Atlanta, GA

One Way Out, Statesboro Blues, Don’t Want You No More >It’s Not My Cross To Bear, That’s What Love Will Make You Do*, Hot Lanta, Leave My Blues At Home, Born Under A Bad Sign**, Dreams, The Sky Is Crying, Franklin’s Tower^, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed

Enc: Whipping Post

Notes: *with Ike Stubblefield **with William Bell
^with Al Schnier

Source: Allmanbrothersband.com

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moe.
Chastain Park Amphitheatre Atlanta, GA

Smoke > Puebla, Queen Of Everything > St. Augustine, She, Opium*, Spaz Medicine > Plane Crash

Notes: *with Warren Haynes

Source: Phantasytour.com

Comments

There are 8 comments associated with this post

Tim August 2, 2012, 15:14:23

Atlanta is not the ABB “hometown” by any stretch. If you can’t even get that simple fact correct maybe you shouldn’t be reporting on it.

John August 2, 2012, 16:32:51

Allmans have a lot of history in Atlanta, that’s all that means…it’s not literal

articlesucks August 2, 2012, 17:11:41

what tim said… and jim from moe. guested on percussion for Franklin’s as well. nice reporting..

JukBox August 2, 2012, 18:43:05

You know, every time I read comments on this site ripping a news item for getting a few fact wrong it makes me wonder about the mental well being of people who would get so angry over, say, leaving out the name of one of 5 drummers who sat in the Allman Brothers last night. Do yourself a favor and go out for a nice dinner or something. These are updates on bands and are meant to be fun. It’s the Wall Street Journal’s expose on the current state of the financial crises. Lighten up.

Bree Walker August 3, 2012, 09:27:31

I’m with JukBox. I’d rather this type of reporting exist at all than not exist for accuracy sake. I like to read about who jams with who and I like to read about about bands I like in one place instead of combing the internet for pieces of information. I mean if they didn’t do it, who would?.

Presentnacctd4 August 4, 2012, 00:20:14

Man, anyone wanna talk about the show?? It was awesome. Nobody does it like these guys do, and I don’t give a damn if Gregg and Jaimoe are old and have to pace themselves. It’s rock ‘n roll, for God’s sake. If they didn’t care, that would be one thing, but they’re still pushing it. You’re smart AND lucky to still see these legends.

carlton mcwilliams August 4, 2012, 14:08:41

Just in case anybody wanted to know who the black guitarist was that sat in on “franklin,s tower” it was 71 year old Carlton (Frog) McWilliams former Fats Domino guitarist and 2009 inductee to the Kansas Music Hall of Fame.

Try1mortime August 23, 2012, 19:22:35

They really need to start writing some new musci!!

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