A Royal Thank You to the Wanee Music Festival
Devon Allman seems to be very comfortable within the ensemble of Royal Southern Brotherhood. His guitar work and vocals were featured throughout the group’s set, one of the first of the weekend, especially during “Back To You”, which Allman dedicated to someone he had met earlier that day whose father has recently passed away. Also, it was great to hear Yonrico Scott on the drums at Wanee again. Scott was the longtime drummer for the Derek Trucks Band.
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Devon Allman Sits in with Gov’t Mule
Gov’t Mule was supposed to open for Gregg Allman tonight at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia. However, the band was thrust into the headlining slot when Gregg Allman pulled out of the show and a coming Melbourne date due to a wrist injury. Mule made the most of the opportunity by delivering an extended set that featured guest appearances from Devon Allman and Luther Dickinson.
DEVON ALLMAN LIVE ON THE SIMPLE MAN CRUISE
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Sixthman are back for more rock ‘n’ roll, more sun, and more fun on Simple Man Cruise VIII! On November 16-20, we’ll step back on board Norwegian Pearl as we sail from Miami to Key West then on to our own private island, Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas, where Skynyrd will play an outdoor beach show for the first time in Simple Man history. Along with all of the exceptional amenities the Pearl has to offer — including a bowling alley, rock climbing wall, casino, 24-hour room service, etc. — we’ve got plans to make this Simple Man Cruise the best one yet. Make plans now to join your Skynyrd family at sea this fall!
Premiere: Devon Allman “Stop Draggin My Heart Around”
Relix.com: The premiere the new video from Devon Allman’s latest album Turquoise. Here he covers a classic Tom Petty composition, with Samantha Fish lending her vocals to the part originally recorded by Stevie Nicks.