Michael Allman, Son of the Late Gregg Allman, to Headline Show at the Chestnut Hill Garden Festival Outdoor After Party & Concert

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — Legendary musician, singer, songwriter, and son to the late Gregg Allman, Michael Allman, will pay tribute to his family’s long and illustrious legacy when he performs the best of the Allman Brothers during a special live performance after the Chestnut Hill Garden Festival on Sunday, May 5. The national recording artist will headline the Outdoor After Party & Concert at the Venetian Social Club of Chestnut Hill (located at 8030 Germantown Ave.) with local rockers Bloomer opening the show. Gates open at 4 PM. Tickets to the show are $20 and are available at the gate only (no online pre-sales).

During this exclusive event, Allman will play such classic Allman Brother’s songs as “Whipping Post,” “Blue Sky,” “Midnight Rider,” and more as well as a few of his own tracks including “It Ain’t Me,” “If Dreams Were Money,” “Laid Back,” and “Mule Named Whiskey.” He will be backed Philadelphia’s own Mile High Club band, which comprises John McNutt (guitar), Marc Iezzi (drums), A.J. Hager (bass), Bob Nolen (percussion), Tim Smith (guitarist), and Tim McKinstry (keyboard).

Allman, whose bluesy soulful voice and look is reminiscent of his father in his prime, has shared the stage with many well-known artists through the years, including Devon Allman, Artimus Pyle (Original Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer), Georgia Satellites, Derrick St Holmes, Toler/Townsend Band, and Paula Nelson. He has released two studio albums Hard Labor Creek (2009) and Blues Travels Fast (2020), which were both lauded for their driving Southern rock sound and bluesy undertones.

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The Michael Allman show is being presented by The Venetian Social Club and produced by Bono Shows.

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