On March 30, The Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, Pennsylvania will host a tribute concert in honor of founding Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks who died earlier this year. The show will feature a number of members of the extended ABB family including past and present members of Les Brers, Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band, The Gregg Allman Band, Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band, Dickey Betts Band and more. Net proceeds from the night will go to The Big House Foundation, courtesy of the Butch Trucks fund, which benefits The Allman Brothers Band museum and educational programs.
The all-star lineup for the 30th features Bruce Katz (Les Brers + Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band) on keyboards, slide guitarist Andy Aledort (Dickey Betts Band), guitarist/vocalist Junior Mack (Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band), vocalist Lamar Williams Jr., drummer Tad Isch, David Stoltz (Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band) on bass, percussionist Garrett Dawson (Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band) and special guest Grahame Lesh.
Bay Area Americana act Midnight North will kick off the evening with a set of their own. Tickets for the concert are on sale now via Ticketfly.
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