Gregg Allman, Eric Krasno and Peter Frampton Perform with Warren Haynes Band
The evening’s setlist via The Allman Brothers Band forum
New York’s Park Avenue Armory hosted the 15th Annual Collaborating The Cure—Samuel Waxman Foundation Benefit on Thursday the night. The evening featured the stacked, highly-collaborative lineup of Warren Haynes Band, Gregg Allman and Peter Frampton.
The evening was divided into three segments. Warren Haynes Band opened the show with a mini-set consisting of “Man in Motion,” “River’s Gonna Rise,” “Real Lonely Night” and “Soulshine.” Then, Peter Frampton joined the ensemble for Anne Peebles’ “I Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home,” a Warren Haynes Band staple, as well as material from his repertoire. Those classic songs included “Show Me the Way,” “Line On My Face,” “Four Day Creep” and “Do You Feel Like We Do?”
Gregg Allman anchored the evening’s third segment. Allman and Haynes kicked off the set with an acoustic version of Jackson Browne’s “These Days.” Finally, the members of Warren Haynes Band returned to the stage for “Melissa,” “Midnight Rider,” “Statesboro Blues” and the encore of “One Way Out.” Soulive guitarist Eric Krasno also sat in with the group during their encore.
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