Along with their in-person tour dates The Allman Betts Band has announced three virtual shows. NoCap will be hosting the three livestream shows for The Allman Betts Band during the month of June.
The Allman Betts Band’s debut album Down to the River saw them selling out a US tour and topping charts until late July of 2019 when their European leg got cut short after Devon Allman’s hospital stay. After Allman’s healthy return and a run of fall tour dates, he and co-founder, guitarist, and singer Duane Betts, wrote their second album, Bless Your Heart.
Over a week’s time, they recorded 13 songs, at Alabama’s Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, the historic recording facility where they’d cut their debut album with additional tracking in Memphis and St. Louis. Grammy-winning producer Matt Ross-Spang reprised his role helming the recording.
Bassist and singer Berry Duane Oakley’s ABB vocal debut on his original song (“The Doctor’s Daughter”). With guest contributions for Jimmy Hall, Shannon McNally, Art Edmaiston, Susan Marshall, and Reba Russell. Singer-songwriter Stoll Vaughan, who collaborated on five of Down to the River’s nine tracks, advised on the developing material.
Among the setlist for the tour is “Magnolia Road,” “Pale Horse Rider,” “Ashes of My Lovers,” and “Airboats & Cocaine.”
NoCap Allman Betts Band Livestream Shows
Monday, June 14 – From the famous Village Studios in Los Angeles, The Allman Betts Band will play a special seated, intimate acoustic show. Featuring songs from Down to the River, Bless Your Heart and some other gems.
Monday, June 21 – The Allman Betts Band will play their latest album Bless Your Heart in its entirety for the first time ever. Live from the famous Roxy Theatre on The Sunset Strip in Hollywood, California.
Monday, June 28 – By very popular fan demand, The Allman Betts Band for the first time ever, will play an entire set of Allman Brothers Band songs. Live from the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood, California.
Allman Betts Band on Tour
May 27 | Florence, SC @ Francis Marion University PAC
May 29 | Birmingham, AL @ Alabama Theatre
May 30, | Pensacola, FL @ Saenger Theatre
Jun 1 | Key West, FL @ Key West Theatre
Jun 2 | Key West, FL @ Key West Theatre
Jun 3 | Delray Beach, FL @ Old School Square
Jun 4 | Clearwater, FL @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
Jun 5 | Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock
Jun 6 | Tallahassee, FL @ The Moon
Jun 9 | Macon, GA @ Macon City Auditorium
Jun 10 | Walhalla, SC @ Walhalla Performing Arts
Jun 11 | Ashland, VA @ The Pavilion
Jun 12 | Union Hall, VA @ The Coves
Jun 13 | Alexandria, VA @ Birchmere
Jun 15 | Vineland, NJ @ Landis Theatre
Jun 18 | Swanzey, NH @ Monadnock Drive-In
Jun 19 | Lafayette, NY @ Apple Valley Park