The Allman Brothers Band
Musician honors late friend, collaborator during first night of Laid Back Festival
Collaborators recall the emotional sessions for the singer's final LP 'Southern Blood' – and explain how it tells his life story through song
Rocker talks about band's future, his solo career; plus, Rolling Stone's Mark Binelli remembers Gregg Allman
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
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
Fans asked to gather along procession route to cemetery to honor Allman Brothers Band leader
Watch the group play an epic rendition of "Trouble No More" before taking their final bows at New York's Beacon Theater
Anastasio's outfit delivered concise, lively version of Allman Brothers classic
"When he opened his mouth and started singing ... there was this honesty that made a connection with people that was undeniable"
"Gregg Allman was not only a friend and brother, but he was a strong inspiration to me very early on in my career," keyboardist writes
"He wrote these amazing songs that were as natural as his voice was," Allman Brothers guitarist writes in tribute to band mate
From Chris Stapleton's "Whipping Post" to Eric Church's "Ain't Wastin' Time No More"
Remembering the unlikely Seventies romance between pop legend, Southern rock pioneer who came together while navigating career transitions