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Published: 2014/04/13

Eric Krasno, John Popper, Roosevelt Collier and Kofi Burbridge Join Allmans in Wanee Finale

After bringing out Trey Anastasio and Jennifer Hartswick, among others, on opening night of the Wanee Music Festival, The Brothers closed it down with more special guests. With Gregg Allman injuring his wrist the previous night, Kofi Burbridge filled in on keys while Gregg stuck primarily to vocals. The band rolled through the first nine songs guest-free including a pair of Dickey Betts songs, “Seven Turns” and “True Gravity.”

Eric Krasno served as the first guest of the evening on Little Milton’s “That’s What Love Can Make You Do.” Krasno would later go on to join Umphrey’s McGee during their All Night Wrong set. After the Soulive guitarist departed, ABB finished up the set with “Stand Back,” “Blue Sky,” Dr. John’s “I Walk On Guilded Splinters” and their original “Whipping Post.”

During the one-song encore of “One Way Out,” Roosevelt Collier and John Popper (another All Night Wrong guest), joined in to close out the show and festival with The Brothers. Next up for ABB is Mountain Jam on June 8.

Here’s a look at the setlist from last night:

Allman Brothers Band
Wanee Music Festival Live Oak, FL
April 11, 2014

Set I: Don’t Want You No More > It’s Not My Cross to Bear, Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’, Revival, Dusk Til Dawn, Come and Go Blues, Trouble No More, Seven Turns, True Gravity, That’s What Love Can Make You Do*, Stand Back, Blue Sky, I Walk On Guided Splinters, Whipping Post

Enc: One Way Out**

Notes: Entire set with Kofi Burbridge, *w/Eric Krasno, **w/Roosevelt Collier & John Popper

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