The Allmost Brothers Band
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Performing: Sunday July 21
Stage: Jambalaya
Set Time: 7:50 – 8:50pm


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The Allmost Brothers Band is a progressive tribute act honoring the tradition of the legendary Allman Brothers Band.  Working within the framework of the incredible and vast song book of the ABB, The Allmost Brothers inject something new, fresh and exciting into the material.  In a matter of words: high level musicianship, authentic improvisational interplay, and dedication to the high octane performance  that established the original ABB back in 1969. 

Comprised of the New York’s finest musicians, nothing less would do justice to the enduring high level of play that the ABB have brought over their 45 year career.  With the experience of professional world touring players the road truly does go on forever, and has lead each member of The Allmost Brothers Band together to bring the ultimate Allman Brothers experience. 

The Allmost Brothers Band are: Sean McGrath, and Dave Filloramo on lead guitars, Joe Wasserman on Vocals & Keys, Dave Losee and Bruce Dickson on Drums, Tom Hooker on the Bass, and Bob Oven on Vocals/Percussion/Harmonica. This band of brothers truly thrives on chemistry and improvisation bringing a unique fire every night to the song book of the Allmans.

Duane Allman had a clear vision all those years ago, to spread the gospel of American Blues, R&B, & Jazz music to the people.  By having the musicianship and song power to do so, the original ABB created a new sound that would fill concert halls, car radios, and smoky bars for decades to come.  The Allmost Brothers share is this same vision, and bring their musicianship to paying tribute to one, if not the greatest live bands in musical history.  From the Fillmore to the Beacon, The Allmost Brothers stretch from the original Duane Allman & Dickey Betts lineup to the recent Warren Haynes & Derek Trucks lineup and everything in between.

At the heart of things The Allmost Brothers Band are more than a tribute act, they are an experience.  Without further ado, “Okay, The Allmost Brothers Band”…

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