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'Eat A Peach' Will Bring Allman Brothers Tribute To Montgomery November 06, 2017 21:44

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Words by Jordan Kirkland: Live & Listen
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It goes without saying that 2017 has been a particularly devastating year for the Allman Brothers Band, their extended family, and fans of all ages. With the tragic loss of founding members Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks, as well as Col. Bruce Hampton, this band's impact on American music has been felt now more than ever. With that being said, and as The Vintage Concert Series at Montgomery's Capri Theatre begins to take form, we feel that this is the perfect time to honor the legacy and timeless catalog of The Allman Brothers Band with our next show.
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On Thursday, January 11th, Live & Listen is proud to present Eat A Peach: A Tribute To The Allman Brothers Band at the Capri Theatre. Featuring multiple members of Black Jacket Symphony, Eat A Peach brings a high-energy, authentic approach to their tribute, which will undoubtedly make for a night to remember in Old Cloverdale. Tickets to this show will go on sale on Friday, December 1st, and with only 200 total seats at this intimate venue, we strongly suggest purchasing your tickets in advance. See below for the band's official bio, as well as video footage of "Ain't My Cross To Bear" and "Southbound."
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Eat A Peach: Official Bio
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Eat A Peach consists of five guys from Birmingham that share a mutual respect for the Allman Brothers music. With Will Cash on guitar, Matt Casey on guitar, Peyton Grant on keys, Mark Lanter on drums, and Aaron Branson on bass, what was once just an idea in high school came to life in the summer of 2008. All the members found their way back to Birmingham and back out on the music scene again.
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After a lot of rehearsing and learning tunes, the boys were ready to take the classic songs to the stage. With a great deal of local success, the band decided to hit the road playing college towns, private events, and festivals. Keep your eyes peeled for Eat A Peach in a town near you! Anyone who is a fan of the Allman Brothers Band is sure to have a great time at an Eat A Peach show.
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Watch Eat A Peach perform "Southbound" here:
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Watch Eat A Peach perform "Ain't My Cross To Bear" here:
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Design by Christian Grizzard

The Stolen Faces Will Play Montgomery's Capri Theatre July 21, 2017 09:59

Photo by Thomas Diasio

Live & Listen and Vintage Year are pleased to reveal the initial plans for on a brand new series of concerts coming to Montgomery's Capri Theatre. 'The Vintage Concert Series' will feature a variety of top tier performances at one of the city's favorite historic venues. Renowned Grateful Dead tribute act The Stolen Faces will kick things off on Thursday, September 21st at 7:30 PM. A very limited amount of tickets will be available to this intimate performance, so we encourage you to purchase yours in advance. Tickets to this show will go on sale on Friday, July 28th and can be purchased by clicking here.

The Grateful Dead continue to have one of the most rabid and loyal followings of any band in history, and deservedly so: They wrote great songs, and they were excellent musicians and terrific improvisers who never played a tune the same way twice.

Grateful Dead cover band The Stolen Faces deftly capture the spirit of the Dead, covering a wide variety of songs from the band’s expansive catalog and delivering them with the sort of energy and spontaneity that might have you thinking you’re standing in the Fillmore West in 1971. Led by bassist Christian Grizzard, the group features guitarist Jack Silverman, drummer Matt Martin, and a rotating cast of some of Nashville’s top session and touring musicians.

The members of The Stolen Faces all share a love for the Dead, and for the freeform jamming and good vibes that music entails. The group puts a high premium on nailing the vocal harmonies, and has the instrumental firepower to take the extended jams into some seriously trippy sonic territory. In a short time, touring through Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas, they’ve begun to establish a reputation as one of the Southeast’s most solid and rockin’ Dead bands!

Artwork by Cy Simonton

Watch several clips of The Stolen Faces performing here: