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Announced after his death: Arrangements have been made for Gregg’s funeral in Macon, GA on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at 1 pm. His family has invited fans to line the route of the funeral procession to Rose Hill Cemetery in honor of Gregg. The procession will begin after the memorial service at the intersection of Cherry Street and 1st Street. The route will run north on 1st Street and then turn west onto Riverside Drive to the entrance of Rose Hill Cemetery. The family respectfully asks for privacy during the memorial service and burial.
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Gregg Allman Band performs Slip Away live on stage with Bass, Backing Vocals - Bruce Waibel, Drums - David "Frankie" Toler Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Tim Heading*, Lead Guitar - "Dangerous" Dan Toler, Lead Vocals, Organ - Gregg Allman, Percussion - Chaz Trippy. Filmed at The Cannery, Nashville, Tennessee on November 11, 1988.
Gregg Allman died of liver cancer May 27, 2017 at 69. The statement posted on his official website said Allman, who had a successful liver transplant in 2010 and had canceled concerts in recent years as he battled a variety of health issues, “passed away peacefully at his home in Savannah, Ga.

With Allman as the frontman, Duane on slide guitar and not one but two drummers, the group was a kinetic live band, often improvising versions of songs like “Midnight Rider,” “Whipping Post” and “Stormy Monday.” Tinged with country and owing allegiance to Southern black blues, their music sounded as if it had bloomed from bogs and red clay. Allman’s voice matured with sadness, scowl, heartbreak and roadhouse redemption.

“I have lost a dear friend and the world has lost a brilliant pioneer in music,” said Lehman, adding that Allman’s new album “Southern Blood” is scheduled for release in September. “We got finished tracks sent yesterday so Gregg got to hear them. He heard them right before he passed away. He was so happy…. He did what he wanted until the end.”

Considered a “blues everyman,” Allman was the lead singer, organist and primary songwriter of the group, which he formed with Duane in 1969. There have been several iterations since, but the original troupe consisted of the brothers, guitarist Dickey Betts, bassist Berry Oakley and drummers Butch Trucks and Jai Johanny Johanson.

With a hulking presence and an iconoclasts’s defiance, Allman, whose key influence was soul singer Little Milton, was known as much for his personal travails as his music. His life was inlaid with tragedy and rough times, from the deaths of band members (his brother and Oakley died in similar motorcycle accidents and, more recently, Trucks committed suicide), six failed marriages (one to singer and actress Cher), legal disputes and publicized battles with drugs, alcohol and health problems

Allman and his bandmates became such a cautionary tale about the hard-living rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle that they served as source material for the band depicted in Cameron Crowe’s 2000 rock film “Almost Famous.”

"Sure, there have been [difficult times], but I've had lots of good times, too, and that's what I think of when I look back. If I just thought about the bad things, I'd probably be in the rubber room,” Allman told The Times in 1987. "There's a great comfort in the music itself…. It helps get you through the darkest times. I hope on my death bed that I'm learning a new chord or writing a new song."

With several career highs, such as the band’s highly regarded 1971 live album “Allman Brothers at Fillmore East,” Allman was democratic about where he played, both with the band and by himself, be it a biker club or an arena. He averaged more than 150 shows a year late into his career.

"I care more about playing … playing well ... than about being up on the charts somewhere and it doesn't matter the size of the hall,” he told The Times. “When I look back, some of the greatest gigs were at the Fillmore, but some of the best playing was at rehearsals. I've always tried to play every night as if it was my last show ... as if the Russians were in Key West and headin' our way." Source: Los Angeles Times
Allman’s years in and around Georgia throughout his life helped him establish an especially strong relationship with the University of Georgia, so it makes sense that the school honored him with a halftime tribute on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017 during the Georgia Bulldogs’ SEC matchup with the University of South Carolina Gamecocks.

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