Allman Betts Band
The Allman Betts Band released their sophomore studio album Bless Your Heart (BMG) on Aug 28 and the (usually) 200 tour date a year band has not slowed since. The band played two successful drive-in shows in the Northeast earlier this month as well as a live-streamed show via NoCap. The band is gearing up for three live performances in PA and NY this coming weekend.
The Allman Betts Band will perform live in front of more than 450 cars at the Yarmouth Drive-in on Cape Cod Thursday, August 20 at 8:00 PM. The seven-piece ensemble is preparing to release their sophomore album, “Bless Your Heart”, on August 28. The Allman Betts Band is the latest edition to the Drive-On Concert Series which features more than two dozen live performances by some of the top musicians and comedians touring today.
The Drive-In style set up at the ranch was in the same fashion as going to the movies, except this movie theatre had a real PA system. Cars were parked in rows and the social distance tailgating was highly successful. There were limited VIP tables set up in front of the stage for a bit more intimate viewing. Robert Randolph started the show with some of the members and introduced Devon and Duane a few songs in. At that point, the musicians on stage were from five different bands.
After four months apart, The Allman Betts Band will be together again in California for a very special, rare, full-band, livestream electric performance! Sunday, July 12 at 7pm Central / 8pm Eastern.
The Allman Betts Band has announced their second full-length studio album titled Bless Your Heart. The first single, “Magnolia Road” will be released on all DSPs Friday, June 19. The official music video for the track will exclusively premiere via The ABB official YouTube channel at 1pm ET on Friday, June 19. Devon Allman and Duane Betts will join the premiere and will be chatting live with fans.
The “We Are Still All Together” Tour 2020 from Devon Allman’s house is entering a second phase after a week off. The shows are averaging 73,000 views a piece with wonderful feedback on the sound quality and interaction with the fans. Gibson Guitars, Earthworks Audio, Meyer Sound Lab, and Kyser Musical Products have been amazing supporters of the event posting to their social media and spreading the word.
BMG recording artist Devon Allman of the Allman Betts Band is going to go "on tour" from his house! Since bands can’t go city to city during these difficult and separated times, Allman will change themes from show to show to keep it unique. “One night will be cover songs, one night originals, one night Q&A live, one night special guests, one night request hour, etc” said Allman.