The Allman Brothers Band perform their last show ever after 45 years


The legendary veterans of the jam band world, The Allman Brothers Band, said their last goodbyes during their final show as a band. After 45 years of recording and touring the iconic outfit finished their lengthy, yet successful run with a final performance at the Beacon Theater. The show featured a triple-set of hits and crowd favorites that the band played in honor of their fans and departed co-founder Duane Allman.

Guitarist Warren Haynes in an interview with the Wall Street Journal said “I think Duane’s presence is part of the moment by moment journey that this band is still on, both musically and from a vision standpoint, A lot of times, if there’s a musical question the answer somehow relates to what Duane’s approach would be. Musically, he’s very much with us, and always has been.”

Watch a fan taken video of the performance and the full setlist below:

The Allman Brothers Band Final Show Set List: October 28, 2014
First Set
‘Little Martha’ > ‘Mountain Jam’ > ‘Don’t Want You No More’ > ‘Not My Cross to Bear’ > ‘One Way Out’
‘Good Morning Little Schoolgirl’
‘Midnight Rider’
‘High Cost of Low Living’
‘Hot ‘Lanta’
‘Blue Sky’
‘You Don’t Love Me’

Second Set
‘Statesboro Blues’
‘Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More’
‘Black Hearted Woman’
‘The Sky Is Crying’
‘Don’t Keep Me Wonderin”
‘In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed’

Third Set
‘Mountain Jam’ > ‘Will the Circle Be Unbroken?’ > ‘Mountain Jam’

‘Whipping Post’
‘Trouble No More’



5 thoughts on “The Allman Brothers Band perform their last show ever after 45 years

  1. It would have been better had they performed in a very large venue like MSG, and did not allow the ticket scalpers or ticket brokering companies like Stubhub to buy pretty much all the tickets driving up the price of tickets for longtime fans. They also should have streamed the performance of their supposed “last” show. I doubt this will be the last time they perform.


    • They are supposedly going to release a video of the performance later. Also I know why they wanted a smaller venue because it feels more intimate, but I get why MSG would be a better choice. Ticket scalpers will always be a problem.


  2. On their website a lot of longterm fans were annoyed that they did not play a larger venue, and that tickets for the supposed last Beacon run/last show sold out immediately, and were sold by the band to places like Stubhub, etc. for inflated prices, and that the last show was not streamed live on the internet for people who did not want to pay a lot for a ticket on stubhub for an upper balcony seat.


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