The Allman Betts Band Welcomes Marc Ford, Robby Krieger & Matt Abts In Los Angeles

By Scott Bernstein Mar 11, 2020 1:12 pm PDT

The Allman Betts Band turned their Sunday night show at the Palace Theatre in Los Angeles into a guest-filled affair. The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger, former The Black Crowes axeman Marc Ford and Gov’t Mule drummer Matt Abts all sat-in at various points of the concert.

Abts emerged 12 songs into the ABB’s set to play drums on a cover of The Allman Brothers Band classic “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed.” Then, one tune later, Robby Krieger and Marc Ford came out to join the group on Muddy Waters’ “Trouble No More” and The Doors’ “Roadhouse Blues” to end the set. For the encore, Marc Ford returned to join The Allman Betts Band on “Wiser Time,” a song The Black Crowes recorded for their Amorica LP during his time in the band.

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Trouble No More Captured by Ed Congdon

Wiser Time Captured by Fred Gortner

Roadhouse Blues Captured by Mark Drakk

In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Captured by Alan Keller


The Allman Betts Band at Palace Theatre

  • Airboats & Cocaine
  • Shinin'
  • Left My Heart in Memphis  
  • Magnolia Road
  • Autumn Breeze
  • Ain't Wastin' Time No More  
  • Blue Sky  
  • All Night
  • Mahalo  
  • You Got Lucky  
  • Good Ol' Days
  • In Memory of Elizabeth Reed  
  • Down to the River
  • Trouble No More  
  • Roadhouse Blues  
  • Wiser Time  
  • Unknown Song  

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