Music by the Bay Presents Devon Allman Project with Special Guest Duane Betts
Sunday, August 5 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm$85
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Music by the Bay Live is pleased to announce the highly anticipated return of Devon Allman to Ajax!
The Devon Allman Project is a six-piece band featuring two percussionists, John Lum & R. Scott Bryan (Sheryl Crow), bassist Justin Corgan, guitarist Jackson Stokes and a Hammond B3 player, Nicholas David.
Opening the show will be Duane Betts with, John Satchela Jr., and Devon’s rhythm section. After a short break The Devon Allman Project will play a one hour set which will includes songs from Honeytribe, Royal Southern Brotherhood, The Devon Allman Band and a few covers. The night culminates with a 30 minute plus encore featuring all eight musicians playing Allman Brothers tunes and other classics.
When you’re part of a musical dynasty, it’s only natural that the personal and professional aspects of your life should intersect. It was no different for Devon Allman, whose late father Gregg Allman helped helm one of the most important and influential American bands of the past 50 years. It’s also little wonder that the younger Allman, an accomplished singer, songwriter and guitarist in his own right, should feel the tug of family responsibility and the desire to honor his father’s fabled legacy. It was also only natural that following his father’s passing on May 27, 2017, Devon would take time to grieve his loss, be with his family and consider his own plans going forward. After all, he had been on the road continuously for twelve years, playing an average of 250 dates a year. Consequently he took six months off to rally around his loved ones and “rack up more time with my kid,” as he put it. That included monthly visits to see relatives on the West Coast and taking the time to heal and rearm himself with the impetus and inspiration needed to embark upon the next phase of his career. “It felt good to take that time off,” Devon says in retrospect. “I needed to step back and make up or lost time with the people that are close to me.”