As reported, renowned musician Gregg Allman recently performed at his Laid Back Festival held on September 25 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. The appearance marked a return to the stage for the veteran performer who prior to the set had been forced to cancel several concerts due to a bout of pneumonia.
Allman was joined by his band’s musical director and guitarist Scott Sharrard for the set at the famed outdoor venue near Denver. The duo offered takes on The Allman Brothers Band favorites “Whipping Post” and “Melissa” and covers of Muddy Waters’ “I Love The Life I Live, I Live The Life I Love,” Sonny Boy Williamson II and Elmore James’ “One Way Out.”
The pair also worked up an arrangement of Jackson Browne’s “These Days” which can be viewed in the officially shared video footage below:
Gregg Allman is scheduled to perform at the Atlanta installment of the Laid Back Festival on October 29. He will then hold a residency at City Winery in New York City over 10 nights in November.
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