from Monticello, Fl.
|I have the Jan 16 1975 issue of the Rolling Stone and would love to have Gregg autograph this for me. I know of no other way to ask. Could the Big House use this? Thanks Gregg for 45 years of sharing your gift and look foreword to your solo tour. I pray you will stay healthy and keep on doing what you want to do, bring it every time. |
Wrong String Ric
from new britain,Ct.
|Hello Gregg ,|
I love creating art for musicians or should I say LEGENDS .I have submitted one piece to The Big House of your Brother and was touched by the response it received by "G" John ,and Rich .I have an idea to do a Timeline for you something like I did for Mr. Buddy Guy.Input is always great.Thank you for such great music through the years.Your music has always made my art beat.Stay strong, and thank you for 45 years of soulful music to overcome any obstacle life throws at us...
from Orlando, Fl.
|Hi there. Just wanted to let you know I am thinking about you today. I want to thank you for filling the void in my life. I have been listening to your music every day for months now and it inspires me to sing and dance. I love you Gregory and love your ways. I am a one of a kind gal and I know you like that too. Take care and be safe. Love to you, today and always. "Cookie"|
Sometimes I Feel Like The Post and the not the Whip
|After reading "Cross to bear", I had to get to Macon. Luckily I was working in ATL and headed to Lauderdale, so I could make the stop. I went to Rosehill and spent a little time paying respects to the brothers. Before I left, a train rolled on by. I could only imagine what this place was like 35-40 years ago. I had no idea that just a month later, I would get to see you in Annapolis @ the Ramshead. Thanks so much for helping me with the "seat". I got to meet Chank and he was such a nice guy. He signed my book. The show was amazing and I enjoyed listening to Gregg and the band. Thinking about seeing ABB in Virginia next month! |
|For years, I waited to be able to see The Allman Brothers. A few weeks ago, I called my father (a long-time fan of Allman Brothers)to tell him that I could not afford to buy a ticket to Peach Festival. My loving father got on his computer and bought 3 tickets for himself, his girlfriend, and me. So on August 16th, the three of us went to Peach Festival. I will never forget the experience. People talk about Woodstock for the rest of their lives; I will talk about Peach Festival for the rest of my life. When my father texted me a picture of the concert tickets I cried. When I heard Mr. Gregg Allman sing at the Peach Festival I cried again. I grew up in a household where music is a major part of our lives. I can remember as far back as being 6 years old and hearing 'Trouble No More' come from my father's stereo. Allman Brothers has been a part of my life, like many others for so long. It was an emotional experience to see the legendary Mr. Allman do his thing on that stage. This concert was the 7th time my father had seen Allman Brothers. Although it was my first Allman Brothers concert, it was not my first concert ever. I have seen BB King, Santana, Buddy Guy. Johnny Lang, Susan Tadeschi, Foo Fighters, Johnny Copeland, and John Lee Hooker among many others. The Allman Brothers at Peach Festival was by far the most memorable musical experience for me. I hope to see Mr. Gregg Allman again; perhaps at Penn's Peak in Jim Thorpe, Pa. |
Dear Allman Brothers, Thank you.
Thank you, Daddy, for getting me there.