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My son said you are a Legend. I said that's true. I tried get him to go see the Allman Brothers. I told him if he wanted to see you I would go and I would pay for the tickets here. I used to take him there all the time when he was little.
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22.4.2015 20:56
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I felt like I was part of a family at the RocknRollInductions here in Cleveport. The performers were all so happy to sing the blues along with Butterfield blues band Lou Reed Bill Withers and the 5royals. Wish you were there to listen and sing.
22.4.2015 19:08
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Anybody pick up the new Gregg Allman picture disc on record store day yesterday. Pretty cool item.
19.4.2015 15:26
from Virginia

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Thank you so much for posting about Gregg. I had missed that announcement somehow.
16.4.2015 21:10
from Sarasota, Florida

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BMI Honors Music Legend Gregg Allman at BMI’s 67th Annual NAB Dinner

Posted in News on April 15, 2015

Last night in Las Vegas, the iconic Gregg Allman was honored at the 67th Annual BMI/NAB Dinner during the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Convention. As a founding member of the one and only Allman Brothers Band and in his own storied solo career, Allman has long been a gifted natural interpreter of the blues, his soulful and distinctive voice one of the defining sounds in the history of American music. His legendary hits, including “Melissa,” “Whipping Post” and “Midnight Rider,” have accrued millions of performances, with the latter also garnering Allman a 1981 BMI Country Award. Among his many accolades, Allman has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, is a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement GRAMMY and was ranked #70 by Rolling Stone on their list of the 100 Greatest Singers. His first solo album in more than 13 years, Low Country Blues, enjoyed both critical and commercial success, and his latest album, All My Friends, features musicians from rock to blues to country coming together for a unique performance paying tribute to his life and music. Currently on tour, Allman recently announced a series of new shows this summer co-headlining with the Doobie Brothers.

The invitation-only event also included other special guests from the BMI family of songwriters, including gospel great Yolanda Adams, country hitmaker Matraca Berg, Jeff Hanna of the incomparable Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Johnston of the legendary Doobie Brothers, and rising stars Lara Johnston and Gina Rodriguez.
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16.4.2015 16:41

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