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Gregg Allman is a living legend from the 1960s that is still going strong! Whether it is reuniting with old Allman Brothers Band members or kicking it solo, audiences line up miles deep to catch a glimpse of this icon LIVE in concert! Buy your Gregg Allman concert tickets now!
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Gregg Allman Concert Tickets

For nearly 50 years, Gregg Allman has been a staple of classic rock. Whether as a solo performer or as a member of the legendary Allman Brothers Band, his distinct voice and unmatched talent have made him an icon, and today Gregg Allman tickets remain a popular item.

Allman first rose to fame when he and his brother Duane formed The Allman Brothers Band in the 1960s. The duo's self-titled debut was a big hit, but it was 1970's Idlewild South that helped establish their place in the music industry with tunes such as "Midnight Rider" and "Please Call Home" standing out as classics. As a member of the family band, Allman shared the stage with legends like the Grateful Dead.

After Duane Allman passed away in 1972, Gregg kept his career going. Throughout the 1970s and 80s, Allman released solo albums as well as sporadically reuniting with members of his original band. He released a number of popular hits including "I'm No Angel," which made its way up the charts in 1987.

These days Allman shares the stage with other icons like John Hiatt. While he may be well into his 60s, Gregg Allman continues to be one of the hardest working performers in the music world, and fans still line up to see this living legend perform live.