Kofi, Krasno, Popper & Collier Guest With Allman Brothers At Wanee

Gregg Allman hurt his wrist during this weekend's Wanee Festival, but he didn't let that stop him for playing with and singing with The Allman Brothers Band. The Allmans closed out the main Peach Stage last night with a lengthy set that included guest appearances from Kofi Burbridge, Eric Krasno, Roosevelt Collier and John Popper.

[Photo by Ian Rawn]

With Gregg injured, Kofi Burbridge helped the band out by playing piano on Saturday night (he was also among the guests on Friday night). The Allmans rolled through a number of classics to start their set including "Revival," "Come And Go Blues" and "It's Not My Cross To Bear" as well as two Dickey Betts songs from the '90s - "Seven Turns" and "True Gravity." After nine songs the group welcomed Krasno to guest on "That's What Love Will Make You Do." The impressive pairing of "Blue Sky," "I Walk On Guilded Splinters" and "Whipping Post" brought the main set to a close. John Popper and Roosevelt Collier then sat in on the "One Way Out" encore.

[Photo by Ian Rawn]

Watch fan-shot videos featuring some of the guest appearances from last night's set thanks to Derrick Lee:

[One Way Out w/ John Popper & Roosevelt Collier]

[That's What Love Will Make You Do w/ Eric Krasno]

Here's a look at the setlist for the ABB set on Saturday night:

Set (w/ Kofi Burbridge): Don't Want You No More > It's Not My Cross to Bear, Don't Keep Me Wonderin', Revival, Dusk Till Dawn, Come And Go Blues, Trouble No More, Seven Turns, True Gravity, That's What Love Can Make You Do w/Eric Krasno, Stand Back, Blue Sky, I Walk On Guilded Splinters, Whipping Post

Encore: One Way Out w/Roosevelt Collier & John Popper

Check out more photos from Saturday at Wanee thanks to Ian Rawn:

[Published on: 4/13/14]

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