Former members of the Allman Brothers Band and Dickey Betts & Great Southern Bringing it Back to Where it All Began

"I've seen a lot of bands cover the Allman Brothers Band, including bands with various original members, and these guys came closer than just about anything I've seen/heard. Not note for note copies (except on a couple of numbers, e.g. they did an amazing recreation of the Live at Fillmore East version of "You Don't Love Me" by Willie Cobbs who happens to be the guy sharing my profile pic) but the ABB never played the same song twice the same way either.. these guys captured the spirit and the feel, and they all have the chops to pull it off."

Brennan Carley, Author, The Unbroken Circle, The Songs and the Artists That Shaped the Music of the Allman Brothers Band

We look forward to having them back at High Point Theatre in the near future.  They were truly a fan favorite.  The comments from those in attendance were stellar, and some old “Allman” folkies were ecstatic about the quality of the vocals, instrumentals and over all concert experience.


– David S. Briggs, Director
High Point, NC

 Writing another chapter in the legacy of the Allman Brothers Band, A Brother's Revival, led by former Allman Brothers bassist David "Rook" Goldflies, brings the music of the Allman Brothers to life every time they step on stage.


No shows booked at the moment.