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Rock music is something which demands creativity at every stage and only innovative bands can make it big in this huge music industry. Allman Brothers Band is the one who has stayed in this competitive music industry for more than four decades and that's why they were made a part of "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame" in 1995. Their songs and instrumentals like "In the Memory of Elizabeth Reed", "Whipping Post" and "Ramblin' Man" are still etched in the memories of music lovers. The current band members include the founder of the band Gregg Allman as the lead vocalist, Butch Trucks as a drummer, Jaimoe as a drummer cum percussionist, Warren Haynes as blues guitarist, Marc Quinones as the lead percussionist, Oteil Burbridge as bassist and the Grammy award winner Derek Trucks as the lead guitarist.

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Allman Brothers Band was first formed in 1969 at Jacksonville, Florida by the two brothers, Duane and Gregg Allman. They released their self titled debut album the same year, which wasn't a big commercial success but was critically acclaimed. Whereas, later the song "Whipping Post" became a part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's "500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll". They released their second album "Idlewild South" in 1970, which saw an increase in sales due to their songs "Revival" and "Midnight Rider". Their breakthrough Gold certified live album "At Fillmore East" released in 1971 and peaked at #13 on the Billboard's Pop Albums chart. The album was a beautiful amalgamation of classical rock, blues, jazz and hard rock. Later, it ranked at #49 amongst the Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums of All Times". Their concert at the Fillmore East has gained a legendary status as they were amongst the last few performers at the venue, before it shut down. Their concerts started becoming a rage amongst the music lovers and took their popularity to another height. Another famous live performance was the State University of New York concert, which was later released as an album.

The band had a setback due to the tragic death of Duane Allman in 1971 but they moved on and released their next album "Eat a Peach" in 1972. The album is still famous for its songs and instrumentals like "Melissa", "Blue Sky" and 33-minute long jamming session "Mountain Jam". The album, which helped the band to gain commercial success, was "Brothers and Sisters" in 1973. It topped the US music charts for five weeks and the songs "Ramblin' Man" and "Jessica" peaked the music charts. On the other hand, their concerts were also becoming famous due to their innovative styles. In 1973, they performed at the historical concert of "Summer Jam at Watkins Glen", which was inducted in the Guinness Book of World Records for the "Largest Audience at a Pop Festival" i.e. 600,000. After this peak, the band dissolved and reformed many times and albums like "Win, Lose or Draw", "Enlightened Rogues" and "The Road Goes on Forever" released but gained moderate success. Finally, the band revived in the year 1989 and later released "Seven Turns", which rocked the music charts everywhere. In 1996, the band received their first Grammy for the instrumental performance of "Jessica".

The new millennium brought a new vigor in the Allman Brothers Band as their live performances were getting popular day by day. They received two more Grammy nominations in 2003 and 2004 for their performances of "Instrumental Illness" and the band was listed at #52 in Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Artists of All Time in 2004". They continued including new members in their band, which helped in keeping the band fresh. Instead of churning out new albums every year, the band focused on their live performances, which bought them the "Legend of Live Award" at the 2008 Billboard Touring awards ceremony.

It is not very easy to survive in this competitive music industry for more than 40 years with so many ups and downs. But the reason behind the success of Allman Brothers Band is that they have never shied away from experimenting with new sounds and genres. Their keen focus on live performances had made them masters in this craft and their interaction amongst themselves and with the audiences during a concert is commendable. So, if you haven't seen this legendary band performing live, then don't worry, the Allman Brothers Band tickets can take you to their thrilling World of Rock and Roll!

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