Current Issue Details

Buy Current Issue

News

Published: 2013/03/16

Susan Tedeschi, Berry Oakley and More Join The Allman Brothers Band

Photos by Dino Perrucci

Bill Evans, Sudan Tedeschi, Scott Sharrard, Berry Oakley Jr. and several other guests joined The Allman Brothers Band at New York’s Beacon Theater last night. The performance kicked off The Allman Brothers Band’s final weekend of their annual Beacon residency.

The band’s first set included this year’s first take on “Gambler’s Roll.” Saxophonist Bill Evans also joined The Allman Brothers Band for their new original song “Dusk Till Dawn.” The real parade of guests started during the band’s second set, however. After the band opened their set up with this year’s first take on Neil Young’s “Needle And The Damage Done,” Gregg Allman Band guitarist Scott Sharrard took the stage for “Who’s Been Talking.” Later, Berry Oakley Jr.—whose father co-founded The Allman Brothers Band—sat in on “Trouble No More,” while guitarist Jeff Golub appeared on “Feel Like Breakin’ Up Somebody’s Home.” Evans also returned to play on “Dreams.”

At the end of the show, Sharrard, Golub and Oakley all returned during the band’s “One Way Out” encore. Susan Tedeschi also surprised fans by making her first 2013 appearance with The Allman Brothers Band by playing timbales on the tune.

The Allman Brothers Band will return to the Beacon this evening.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist as it appears in our Box Scores section

Friday, March 15, Beacon Theatre New York, NY

Set I: Don’t Want You No More > Not My Cross To Bear, Statesboro Blues, Come and Go Blues, Blue Sky, Every Hungry Woman, Gamblers Roll, Dusk Till Dawn^, Revival

Set II: Who’s Been Talking^^, Trouble No More*, Aint Wasting Time No More, Feel Like Breaking Up Someone’s Home%, The Needle and the Damage Done, Dreams^, 1983… (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)^^ > Mountain Jam > 1983 > Mountain Jam\

E: One Way Out$
^with Bill Evans
^^with Scott Sharrard *with Berry Oakley Jr.
%with Jeff Golub
$with Susan Tedeschi, Scott Sharrard, Berry Oakley Jr. and Jeff Golub

Comments

There are no comments associated with this posts

Note: It may take a moment for your post to appear

(required) (required, not public)