50th Anniversary Celebration of Brothers & Sisters: Trouble No More & Chuck Leavell [CANCELLED] Tickets
Orpheum Theatre | Boston, Massachusetts
EVENT CANCELLED. Please contact your ticket point of purchase to claim a refund on your tickets.
Trouble No More are thrilled to be performing a special concert for a very limited number of evenings to play homage to one of the greatest LP releases in southern rock history, ‘Brothers And Sisters’ by the legendary The Allman Brother’s Band. Joining them as a previous member of the 70’s rockers is Chuck Leavell and it is sure to be a concert of epic proportions as they play beloved tracks from an album that is timeless and ground-breaking. Make sure you’re there to experience it live and book your tickets today for 03/24/2023 at the Orpheum Theatre, Boston, before your chance is gone.
Fifty years ago, the Allman Brother’s Band released their wildly acclaimed ‘Brothers And Sisters’ album. In 1973 ‘Brothers And Sisters’ was a seven-track LP that sold over seven million copies with the track ‘Ramblin’ Man’ reaching #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and remaining a classic rock track today. Other songs, such as ‘Jessica’ and ‘Southbound’, have cemented them as pioneering southern rockers, and their live performances became legendary. This year for just two concerts, the tribute band, Trouble No More will be honouring the 50th anniversary of ‘Brothers and Sisters’ original release and the release of ‘The Allman Brother’s Band 50th Anniversary Collection’, with Chuck Leavell joining them as a special guest for the shows. Leavell is a keyboardist and was a member of The Allman Brother’s Band in 1973. So, join Trouble No More’s Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, Daniel Donato, Dylan Niederauer, Nikki Glaspie, Peter Levin, Roosevelt Collier and Lamar Williams Jr as they play the entirety of ‘Brothers and Sisters’ for a very special concert, and rock out to the timeless tracks of The Allman Brother’s Band from the best band to pay tribute to them. Book your tickets for Friday the 24th of March 2023 and be at the Orpheum Theatre, Boston.