The Allman Betts Band Show at Stanley Theatre Postponed, Replaced By The Devon Allman Project

The Allman Betts Band show, originally scheduled for March 10 at 8:00 p.m., has been postponed and will be replaced by The Devon Allman Project, featuring Luther Dickinson (of North Mississippi Allstars) and the Samantha Fish Band with special guests the River Kittens, on the same date and time. Previously purchased Allman Betts Band tickets and seat assignments are still valid for this new show. Ticket-holders have 30
days to request a refund through their original point of purchase.

The Devon Allman Project is a six piece world-class band that has previously toured
almost 20 countries– playing the Peach Festival, Rock Legends Cruise and festivals in Europe and coast to coast in the USA. It is led by Blues Music Award winner Devon Allman, son of The Allman Brothers guitarist Gregg Allman. The Devon Allman Project gracefully blends and bends genres and is well versed in the jamming vernacular that the Allman family is famous for.

The band also features Luther Dickinson (Grammy nominee and founding member of North Mississippi All-Stars) Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie), Eric Gales, and Larry McCray, with Donavon Frankenreiter joining on the Hawaiian tour dates.

The band will be playing songs of The Allman Brothers and Gregg Allman in their set as
well as Devon’s fan-favorite originals and surprise covers.

This run of dates will also feature the liquid light show and video visuals behind the band
courtesy of “Brotherhood of Light,” the touring visual company that toured with the Allman Brothers for 20 years and also for three years with The Allman Betts Band.

Allman’s career has arced over the last two decades to include millions of miles logged
touring the world in several iterations like Honeytribe, Royal Southern Brotherhood, and The Allman Betts Band. He has created The Allman Family Revival that grew to 19 markets in 2021, as a tribute to his late father, Gregg Allman. The Revival will celebrate its sixth year in 2022 and has featured dozens of high-profile international musicians like Robin Zander of Cheap Trick, Marcus King, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and G. Love.

Allman, who previously visited The Stanley Theatre in 2019 with The Allman Betts
Band, had this to say about our theatre: “Just a quick note to say your theatre is one of the finest, your staff one of the sweetest, and your crew one of the most pro….ever. And I tour in 30 countries. Amazing hospitality and just an all-around lovely experience. Hope to do it again.”

Samantha Fish, an international genre-bending guitarist, is one of the most exciting and
inventive artists on the scene. Guitar World Magazine placed Fish in their ‘Top 10 Best Blues Guitarists in the World’ list. A triple threat, Fish, is a singer, songwriter, and electrifying guitarist who’s topped the Billboard Blues Charts numerous times and is the recipient of Blues Music and Blues Blast awards.

The Kansas City dynamo has seven albums under her belt, the most recent being “Faster,” produced by Martin Kierszenbaum (who has also worked with Lady Gaga and
Sting.) This is her sophomore release for Rounder Records, with her debut being 2019’s “Kill or Be Kind.”

“The whole record has a theme of taking charge and taking the reins, in a relationship or
life in general,” Fish said. “I thought that after 2020 I’d end up with a dismal, bleak album, but instead we came up with something fun and sexy and so empowering.”

For Fish, one of the greatest joys of making music is the robust exchange of energy at her incendiary live shows. In the process of creating “Faster,” Fish experienced a similar exhilaration – a sustained head rush that was entirely palpable in every track on the album. A force to be reckoned with, Samantha’s live performance is an explosive brand of blues/rock-and-roll not to be missed.

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