Trouble No More To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Of ‘Brothers & Sisters’ With Chuck Leavell At March 2023 Concerts
The tribute act and their guest will perform The Allman Brothers Band’s 1973 LP in its entirety in Boston and New York City.
Trouble No More will honor the 50th anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band’s acclaimed 1973 studio album Brothers & Sisters at a pair of shows this March. Special guest keyboardist Chuck Leavell will join Trouble No More as they perform the album in its entirety at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre on March 24 and at New York City’s Beacon Theatre on March 25.
The Allman Brothers Band released Brothers & Sisters in August of 1973. Leavell was a member of the group at the time and contributed to the seven-track LP, which contains such classics as “Ramblin’ Man,” “Southbound” and “Jessica.” Over seven million copies were sold worldwide and “Ramblin’ Man” scored the ABB its first and only hit single, reaching the number two slot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Trouble No More — consisting of guitarists Brandon “Taz” Niederauer and Daniel Donato, vocalist Lamar Williams Jr., bassist Dylan Niederauer, sacred steel specialist Roosevelt Collier and keyboardist Peter Levin along with drummer Nikki Glaspie — made their debut at The Beacon Theatre last March (drummer Jack Ryan was also a member at the time). The tribute act devoted its 2022 to honoring the 50th anniversary of the ABB’s Eat A Peach album.
“The piano playing on Brothers and Sisters is amazing. It could be my favorite of Chuck’s work,” noted Trouble No More musical director Peter Levin in a press release. “I am really looking forward to playing the record with him on stage. It will be incredible.”
Tickets for both concerts go up for grabs this Friday, January 27 at 12 p.m. ET. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Macon, Georgia’s Big House Foundation. Find links below:
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