About One Way Out Band
One Way Out was formed in Feb 2007 after receiving the blessing of Kirk West, longtime road manager of the Allman Brothers Band. After a few personnel changes, the current lineup has a great chemistry and is moving forward while building up a solid reputation as the best sounding Allman Brothers tribute band ever. One Way Out captures the vibe and feel of the Allman Brothers Band and convey that feeling to their audience through extended jams and top notch musicianship. Some of the current members have been in bands that shared the bill with top acts such as Ted Nugent, the Outlaws, Night Ranger, Rick Derringer and many more. One Way Out plays the Allman Brothers music from their beginning to the current lineup with a great selection of songs. The band’s motto is “We just want to put on a great show for fans like ourselves who embrace the Allman Brothers music. That’s what music is all about…having fun”.
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