The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane BettsNo upcoming concerts for The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts
Other Upcoming Shows
Dweezil Zappa: Choice Cuts!
Anthony Jeselnik: Funny Games
The Bodega Boys Live Ft. Desus Nice & The Kid Mero
Dark Star Orchestra
Lil Rel Howery
The Fab Faux
Ledisi – Let The Love Rule Tour
Bonnie Prince Billy
Al Di Meola
David Cross “Oh Come On”
MIDDLEDITCH AND SCHWARTZ
#YES50: Celebrating 50 Years of YES
Frank Santos Jr.
The Adventure Zone Graphic Novel Live!
Back To The Eighties Show with Jessie’s Girl
Toad the Wet Sprocket
The Second City: Made in America
I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast Live
Whose Live Anyway?
Iliza: Elder Millennial
It’s Me Again: An Aparna Nancherla Tour
Blood, Sweat & Tears – 2018
The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts (son of Dickey – former member of Dawes and Great Southern) will kick off their 2018 tour with a very special show at the Fillmore in San Francisco on December 8, 2017. The Fillmore show will also feature appearances by Luther and Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi All-Stars), Samantha Fish, Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie, Jeff Beck, Hank Williams Jr.), Bobby Whitlock (Derek & The Dominos, Dr. John, Rolling Stones ) and longtime Gregg Allman keyboardist, Peter Levin, will act as the musical director. Other acts to be added as the show nears.
A series of lengthy accomplishments have entitled Devon to take his own place in the Southern Rock pantheon. His remarkable resume spans almost two decades, from his post-millennial breakout with Honeytribe, and the widely revered super group Royal Southern Brotherhood. Devon has also had occasion to jam with the greats such as Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Mr. Les Paul, Keith Urban, Gov’t Mule and Lynyrd Skynyrd just to name a few. Through his run of successful solo albums, “Turquoise” was highly regarded by USA Today, “Turquoise is reflective and soulful” while “Ride or Die” hit #1 on the Billboard Blues Charts. Devon is also a contributing writer to Guitar Player Magazine as wll as serving on the Board of Directors for the National Blues Museum in St. Louis, Missouri.