Talton emerged towards the end of the second set for “Dreams.” The show also included covers of “Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home,” “Key To The Highway” and “Into The Mystic.” The Allmans haven’t hesitated to perform material more closely associated with former member Dickey Betts as last night’s show featured takes on “Jessica” and “Blue Sky.” Next up for the band is their first co-bill with Steve Winwood on Friday night in Darien Center, NY.
Set One: Don’t Want You No More/Ain’t My Cross to Bear, Leave My Blues at Home, Trouble No More, Dusk ‘Til Dawn, You Don’t Love Me, Stormy Monday, Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home, Jessica
Set Two: Melissa, Stand Back, Into the Mystic, Key to the Highway, Blue Sky, Dreams w/Tommy Talton, Black Hearted Woman
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