Gregg Allman News
Musician honors late friend, collaborator during first night of Laid Back Festival
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Rounder Records' "Southern Blood: Celebrating Gregg Allman" celebrations set for September in L.A., Nashville and Macon, Georgia
"I hope you're haunted by the music of my soul," singer says on track off posthumous LP 'Southern Blood'
Collaborators recall the emotional sessions for the singer's final LP 'Southern Blood' – and explain how it tells his life story through song
Eclectic, annual gathering founded by the Allman Brothers Band will also honor late Allmans drummer Butch Trucks
Rocker talks about band's future, his solo career; plus, Rolling Stone's Mark Binelli remembers Gregg Allman
Steve Winwood, Jaimoe's Jasssz Band also take part in third edition of festival Allman co-founded in 2015
The Allman Brothers singer survived nearly 50 years of epic shows and unimaginable disaster – but there was one death he could never get over
"They really don't make that version of human beings very often any more," Tedeschi Trucks Band guitarist says
Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley and former Allman Brothers guitarist Derek Trucks also join in on "Midnight Rider"
Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley is also set to take the stage on Wednesday night in honor of the late Southern rock pioneer
Cher, former president Jimmy Carter, Allman Brothers band mates attend private service
"There's not anybody I ever heard who sang with more truth and passion than Gregory," says Allman co-founder