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Event Date: Friday, August 11, 2006
Start Time: 6:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Notes: An Evening With ...
Venue: Warner Theater
Location: Erie, Pennsylvania Weather ForecastWeather Map of Venue Map

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Tickets go on sale June 17 at Ticketmaster outlets, and by phone at 452-4857 or 456-7070.

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OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Hot 'Lanta
2. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
3. Trouble No More
4. Woman Across The River
5. Come and Go Blues
6. Desdemona
7. The Same Thing
8. Revival
Set II
9. Statesboro Blues
10. Who's Been Talking
11. Wasted Words
12. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Encore
13. Southbound
 

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Philadelphia, PA(Score: 1)
by MuleMe on May 27, 2006 - 06:35 PM
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What venue?????????????....anybody got some ideas????


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Philadelphia, PA(Score: 1)
by kbrooks73 on Jun 02, 2006 - 11:10 AM
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It is usually at the Festival Pier in Philadelphia and it is the best time!! Hopefully it will be there again!


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Erie, PA (Score: 1)
by tkirk (tkirk2005@hotmail.com)
on Aug 02, 2006 - 01:58 AM
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They've changed the venue from the Civic Center to the Warner Theater, but ouside of this site it hasn't been announced.
I talked to someone at the Civic Center this morning and it sounds like they are going to swap tickets when you come in. This is going to be ugly.


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Erie, PA (Score: 1)
by jeffgriffin (jeff.griffin@motorola.com)
on Aug 12, 2006 - 04:51 PM
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Concert review from goerie.com....





Allman Brothers Band scorches stage in Warner Theatre return


Rows of classic cars lined downtown Erie for Buggin' State night on Friday. Inside the Warner Theatre, classic rock of epic proportions unfolded courtesy of the legendary Allman Brothers Band, who did their mighty best to rename the evening Jammin' State.


Before a smaller-than-expected yet boisterous crowd of 1,400, the Allman Brothers delivered a sharp, sizzling set. This was the band's first concert in more than a month, but they came out smoking from the get-go on "Hot 'Lanta," sounding fresh and energized.

That pleased Allman fan Matt Chase of Erie.

"First show after a month off - I was a little concerned,"Chase said. "But not a lot of rust. They've been like a pair of shoes, just strap them on and go to work. It's been just awesome."

This was also the Allman Brothers' second show at the Warner in Erie in just 13 months. But instead of trotting out the same material, they delivered virtually an entirely different set, one that featured more funk and up-tempo rock than the blues-soaked 2005 set. They repeated just three songs -"Statesboro Blues,""Don't Keep Me Wonderin'," and "Trouble No More."

"A little different than last year - a lot more jams," Chase said. "But it's really good. Last year's show was awesome. This one's pretty good. There's not a lot of songs I know but it's still pretty awesome, real jamming and I'm glad I came."

Brandon Schanz - who came with his father, Erie artist Fran Schanz - was also glad, which surprised him. He'd never seen the Allman Brothers.

"I came here (as a) 'Let's go to a concert' kind of a thing. And I'm amazed. It's a good concert," Brandon Schanz said. "They remind me of Dave Matthews a lot, just because of how they jam. But it's different. Different voices. There's more to it."

There's history, of course. The Allmans released their first CD way back in 1969. But unlike a lot of ancient artists who trot out rote versions of hits, night after night, the Allmans have stayed vital and relevant with their epic jams and instrumental interplay.

"When it started out, I was like, 'Well, I don't want to hear a dinosaur,'" said Fran Schanz. "And then, all of a sudden, the dinosaur starts to roar. It becomes something mesmerizing."

Much credit for that goes to Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes, Allmans' superhero guitar team, and perhaps the best dynamic duo since Batman and Robin. Friday, Trucks and Haynes lit the Warner, taking incendiary solos that built to shattering, piercing climaxes. Trucks especially shined on slide guitar, while Haynes - who also sang lead on several cuts - worked his guitar like a madman, playing with an earthy soulfulness. At times, he stood there as if possessed, his face shaking, his body trembling while he played.

Haynes' galvanizing "Woman Across the River" was a tour-de-force highlight that brought the crowd to its feet. And the first-set closing "Revival"- an early Allmans' classic -practically left scorch marks on the stage.

Of course, the Allmans'spiritual leader remains keyboardist Gregg Allman, who presides over the stage like a jovial grandfather. His gruff, authoritative, yet soulful voice still packs power; the man is simply still into it, all these years later.

Friday's funk-fortified show allowed bassist Otiel Burbridge to stretch out; he took a couple solo spins, unlike last year's show. Other songs -especially "Who's Been Talking"- and Haynes'"Same Thing" also accentuated the Allmans' triple-heavy percussive section, giving them a Santana-like feel.

Brandon Schanz, 29, came away impressed from his first-time Allmans' experience.

"They're great," he said. "It's not an everyday kind of a concert. They're more than you would expect. I'm amazed."

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Erie, PA(Score: 0)
by on Aug 12, 2006 - 08:16 PM
I thought they might need a fire hose for the stage after Derek and Warren were done tonight. WOW.

Here's the set list (best of my knowlege)

1) Hot lanta
2) Don't keep me wondering
3) Trouble no more
4) Woman across the river
5) Come and go blues
6) Desdemona
7) The same thing
8) Revival
9) Statesboro Blues
10) Who's been talkin
11) Wasted Words
12) 'Liz reed
a) drums
b) bass

Encore:

Southbound

PS. to the band. We'll be seeing ya in NY (for real) next Tuesday with Tom Petty.


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