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Event Date: Sunday, December 28, 1980
Start Time: 7:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Venue: Capital Centre
Location: Largo, Maryland Map of Venue Map
Near: Baltimore, MD
 
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Allman Brothers Band: Largo, MD (Score: 1)
by revonah (noelm@adelphia.net)
on Jan 01, 2002 - 12:00 PM
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THERE WAS ALSO A 9/11/75 SHOW AT THE CAP CENTER IN LARGO, MD. I HAVE THE TICKET STUB TO PROVE IT. MORE NOTEABLE THAN THIS ADDITIONAL DATE, IS THAT MUDDY WATERS WARMED UP FOR THE BROS ON SEVERAL DATES THIS TOUR AND THIS NIGHT WAS ONE OF THE


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Largo, MD(Score: 1)
by JOHNTRIGO on May 07, 2007 - 05:33 PM
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A local band called the "Nighthawks" who used to battle George Thorogood and the Destroyers at local pubs in MD/DE opened the show and featured a guitarist named Jim Thackery who left the stage and walked into the crowd all over the arena which drew a huge ovation. Gregg opened the show by acknowledging the band "Nighthawks" (a band rumored that he was interested in joining in those days, hanging out in Bethesda, MD) and giving them a clapping ovation.

ABB played a lot of new material with most of Gregg's vocal's in the first part of the set and finished up with a fury of instrumentals, ala "Madness of the West." By this time, Dangerous Tan Toler was far more integrated into the band and his interplay with Dickey was starting to blossom. Nevertheless, Dickey just wailed away, not to be out done by that Yank (Thackery) and belted out the A chords whereby the crowd was just mesmerized. Not quite a sellout but Cap Centre mostly filled.


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