We’ve shared recaps of all ten Allman Brothers Band March Madness shows which have taken place at the Beacon thus far, but today we wanted to share a gallery of outstanding photos taken by Rob Chapman of the band in action this past Monday night, March 21.
[All photos by Rob Chapman]
Monday night’s show had a jazzy feel to it with our first sit-ins by annual Beacon guests The Juke Horns and by acclaimed jazz trumpeter Randy Brecker. Highlights included a Gregg-led cover of Ain’t No Love In The Heart of The City featuring the horn section, Brecker’s work on Liz Reed and the run’s first The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.
Set One: Done Somebody Wrong, Midnight Rider, Trouble No More, Who’s Been Talking, Sailin’ Across The Devil’s Sea, Egypt, The Sky Is Crying, Ain’t No Love In The Heart of The City*, Stand Back*
Set Two: Spanish Key**, Desdemona**, In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed**, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down*, Into The Mystic*, Leave My Blues At Home > Bass Solo w/Derek Jam > JaBuMaOt > You Don’t Love Me
* – w/ Juke Horns
** – w/ Randy Brecker
^ – w/ Juke Horns and Randy Brecker
READ ON for a full gallery of Rob’s shots from the Allmans…
One element that has been missing from the Allman Brothers Band March Madness run at the Beacon were horns. The Juke Horns are a Beacon run staple and finally made