The Allman Betts Band have announced that after four months of not being able to get together, they will be playing as a band in California for a very special livestream electric performance on Sunday, July 12 at 7pm Central / 8pm Eastern.
The band will be streaming live from the stage of the historic Belly Up in Solana Beach, and they are planning to play fan favorites as well as debuting “Pale Horse Rider,” the second single from their forthcoming studio album Bless Your Heart (BMG). But they also promise to "tip their hat to their father’s music". Additionally, the stream will feature a special guest appearance from Marc Ford (formerly of The Black Crowes) on “Wiser Time.”
Special, exclusive-to-the-event T-shirts, will be available as well. This is a one-shot concert with no replays and won’t be available on platforms like YouTube afterwards, unfortunately. You can join The Allman Betts Band for their California reunion and get your tickets at NoCapshows.com.
Devon Allman says:
“After four months off the band is so ready to be together and make music. NoCap is the new premier platform for live-stream entertainment. It’s super easy and sounds and looks top shelf. We are stoked to be together and share music again! Never miss a Sunday show!”
The band have also teased that they are currently planning a video for their next single, "Pale Horse Rider" that's set in the desert.
Here's their latest video for "Magnolia Road", also off Bless Your Heart, which is due out in late August.