January 28, 2014 - The Allman Brothers band will take the occasion of their 45th anniversary to wind down on the heels of the announcements that their two guitarists, Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks, will exit the band at the end of 2014.
January 23, 2014 - The Allman Brothers band has extended their annual run at the Beacon Theatre in New York from a planned 10-show stand to 14 shows after the original ten dates sold out instantly when put on sale two weeks ago.
June 25, 2010 - In a week that saw the release of Herbie Hancock's latest album, "The Imagine Project," the jazz legend took to the stage at Carnegie Hall in New York to perform the East Coast half of his 70th birthday celebration.
February 3, 2010 - Blues legend Buddy Guy is beloved the world over, but perhaps nowhere more than in Chicago. So when Guy opened his club Buddy Guy's Legends in the city's South Loop neighborhood in 1989, it was an instant hot spot attracting iconic names in music like a magnet.
May 14, 2009 - One can hardly mention Southern rock without including The Allman Brothers Band, the iconic group practically created the genre. They were one of the first to fuse blues and rock in an improvisational jam-band style with a decidedly country vibe. Four decades later, they are multiple Grammy Award winners with 11 Gold and 5 Platinum albums.
January 14, 2009 - When The Derek Trucks Band hit its namesake's home studio to rehearse and write songs, it had no plans to immediately record an album. But all that changed when the vibe felt right. The result is "Already Free," which hit stores Tuesday (1/13).
November 19, 2008 - The Derek Trucks Band released a newly-recorded cover version of Bob Dylan and The Band's "Down In The Flood" on Election Day. In a press release, Trucks said the song, which is the first single from his upcoming album, has almost more relevance now--post Hurricane Katrina--than when Dylan wrote it in 1967.