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Published: 2012/08/08

Guests Galore Join The Allman Brothers Band

A number of guests joined The Allman Brothers Band at Boston’s Bank of America Pavilion last night. It was also one of the group’s only two-set shows this summer. At the end of their first set, The Allman Brothers Band brought out Susan Tedeschi to sing on a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right.” During their second set, The Allman Brothers Band brought Tedeschi back alongside percussionist Eguie Castrillo for “One Way Out.” Then, Castrillo, saxophonist Paul Denard, drummer Kenwood Dennard and Max Creek/Mike Gordon Band guitarist Scott Murawski all joined The Allman Brothers Band for “The Same Thing.” Murawski performs with ABB bassist Oteil Burbridge in Bill Kreutzmann’s B3 group. The Allman Brothers Band will return to Bank of America Pavilion this evening.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via The Allman Brothers Band’s homepage

Tuesday, August 7, Bank of America Pavilion, Boston, MA

Set I: Statesboro Blues, You Don’t Love Me, I Walk on Gilded Splinters, And It Stoned Me, Leave My Blues At Home, Egypt
Don’t Think Twice*, Revival

Set II: Stormy Monday, One Way Out^, The Same Thing**, Dreams, Melissa, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Enc: Black Hearted Woman

*With Susan Tedeschi
^with Susan Tedeschi and Eguie Castrillo **with Scott Murawski, Eguie Castrillo, Kenwood Dennard and Paul Lieberman

Comments

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Pm August 8, 2012, 14:41:00

Not much you can say except, SAD

soul stu August 8, 2012, 15:40:50

SAD???

WordIsBorn August 8, 2012, 18:34:28

By that he meant, “Super Awesome, DAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMNNNN!!!” So yes, SAD indeed.

SAM WILSON August 8, 2012, 18:45:50

PM, please explain your sadness further please.

mulebyrd August 8, 2012, 22:50:17

ABB = smokin hot

jambandguy August 9, 2012, 13:12:52

Second night show was also smokin’. It didn’t have the special guests as the night before even though a local radio station created a stir by mentioning that Eric Clapton was spotted in a nearby eatery. I was looking forward to seeing Tedeschi and thought since she is a native of the area and showed the night before it would be a given but no. No biggie though as the band was as usual awesome. You never get cheated with these guys. I have been seeing them at least once a year since after the hiatus. Special treats last night? Blue Sky!! It has been a while. Warren sang it. James Montgomery was a guest on harp. Gregg smiling at a little girl being held near the stage to photo him…smile more Gregg!. Jaimoe appeared to have a little difficulty moving around but amazes with Butch and at one point TWO other percussionist. Stay healthy guys. I hope you enjoy playing as much as I do listening and we want this road to go on forever! Any time yo can see 3 recent Grammy nominees and 2 of Rolling Stone’s top 100 guitar players with a wicketdly talented rythym section on one stage? GO!!!

john doe August 22, 2012, 21:27:03

Let’s not forget Scott Murawski, the most underrated guitarist on the planet. That dude can fly. Well, maybe he can’t fly, but he can do things on a guitar I’ve never seen anybody do…

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