Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit Cover Allman Brothers Band With Peter Levin


Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit capped a seven-night residency at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on Saturday night with an encore cover of The Allman Brothers Band’s “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed.” Former Gregg Allman Band keyboardist Peter Levin, who performed with Saturday’s opening act the Blind Boys of Alabama, sat-in on the Allmans cover.

Prior to the encore, Saturday’s setlist featured the rarely played “Songs That She Sang In The Shower” as well as Isbell and The 400 Unit member Amanda Shires’ daughter Mercy Isbell coming onstage during “Something To Love.” Levin previously worked with Shires on her solo projects and he and Isbell contributed to the recently released The Highwomen album featuring the supergroup consisting of Shires and others. Watch Levin, who was part of Gregg Allman’s band until the legendary Southern rocker’s death in 2017, join The 400 Unit keyboardist Derry deBorja on “Liz Reed” via mem2lbc below:



Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit at Ryman Auditorium

  • Cumberland Gap
  • Stockholm  
  • 24 Frames  
  • Overseas
  • Last of My Kind
  • Something to Love  
  • White Man's World
  • Decoration Day  
  • Flagship  
  • Tupelo
  • Tour of Duty
  • Songs That She Sang in the Shower  
  • Hope the High Road
  • Outfit  
  • If We Were Vampires
  • Flying Over Water  
  • Cover Me Up  
  • Never Gonna Change  
  • In Memory of Elizabeth Reed  
  • Super 8