Joining the soul legend’s band in the spring of 1966, Jaimoe would soon learn a big lesson from Otis Redding. It was one that he’d carry through his life, but it wasn’t musical advice.
The most surprising thing about the tour is that it hadn’t happened before now. There was clearly a respect and a bond between the two bands. It’s truly a co-headlining affair: The Allmans played first, whereas the prior night at Long’s Island’s Nikon At Jones Beach, they closed the show.
As a member of The Allman Brothers Band, Jaimoe has been one half of one of the most enduring drumming teams in rock and roll history. Jaimoe and Butch Trucks have provided the drumming on […]
The Allman Brothers Band‘s “March Madness” is something of a tradition for live music fans in New York. For the uninitiated, the Brothers have been doing extended residencies in the city nearly every year since […]
Seven Turns was something of a comeback album for the [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Allman Brothers Band[/lastfm]. It also marked the return of Jaimoe and the arrival of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Warren Haynes[/lastfm], who began the first of his two […]