The Devon Allman Project September Tour and Answers from Devon

The Devon Allman Project September Tour and Answers from Devon

With tickets booked for The Devon Allman Project, touring throughout September and while we wait for September to arrive here are some Questions & Answer’s shared by Devon Allman.

Q1. What’s the best gig that you’ve been to in the last five years, or has inspired you the
David Gilmour in Chicago …holy s**t. How the hell he got his tone to sound just like the
records in a basketball arena is beyond me. It was quite literally a master class in feel. His
tone was liquid, ethereal, velvety… I was mystified from the first note.
Q2. What is your favourite part of touring and what is your least favourite part of it?
I love making people happy for 2 hours a night. I get to lead them through a break from
the world and that feeds my soul ….that is why I do it. Least favourite is I miss my son,
siblings and loved ones and it’s hard to find fresh veg juice.
Q3. What’s your favourite UK venue so far, and why do you like it so much? Can you share
some memories about this venue?
Royal Albert Hall because it’s the bollocks. It was an honour to play there a few years ago
with Royal Southern Brotherhood.
Q4. Do you have a pre-show ritual? If so what is it?
I have my cats make a circle. We give to thanks to the universe, we ask for the groovies to
align, to watch over our families. I slap my ribs to get the adrenaline going and I usually tell
the cats to “take your pisses and text your bitches” …and that’s tongue and cheek and said
lovingly….so pipe down feminists.
Q5. How do like to relax on a day off during a tour?
That’s for me to know and you to wonder about.
Q6. Are there any up-and-coming bands out there that you really like? If so who are they?
F**k yes I love Caroline Rose, Jason Isbell, The Record Company …so many more …There’s
great great s**t out there if you dig.
Q7. How do you prepare yourself for a tour?
Smoothies, hang with my son, play lots of heavy metal on vinyl.
Q8. What can we look forward to on the tour?
It’s a great show. We have tweaked it and it’s got great flow. I love every member of my
band and every song we play. It’s a trip down my career and we play at least a song off of
every record of mine and then Duane Betts comes out and we tip our hat to our dads’
catalogue and even some tributes to the heroes we have lost recently like Tom Petty and
Q9. Your special guest is Duane Betts. Are there going to be any more special guests?
Stay tuned …because you know that s**t is happening.
Q10. You have been touring the Devon Allman Project all over the world. Any favourite places so far and any stories you can share with us?
I love Italy, Australia, Norway, really anywhere that has people ready to throw down and
good electricity. As for the stories ….wait for my book, it’s gonna be a good book

The Devon Allman Project UK Tour September 2018

.All tickets, priced £20.00,  on sale at and 08444 780 898.

The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts (son of Dickey – former member of Dawes and Great Southern) first kicked off their 2018 World Tour with a very special show at the Fillmore in San Francisco on December 8, 2017. The Fillmore show featured guest appearances by Luther and Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi All-Stars), Samantha FishJimmy Hall (Wet Willie, Jeff Beck, Hank Williams Jr.), Bobby Whitlock(Derek & The Dominos, Dr. John, Rolling Stones) and long-time Gregg Allman keyboardist, Peter Levin, will act as the musical director.

On the forthcoming UK tour, The Devon Allman Project welcomes special guest Duane Betts. Each night will feature a set of Duane’s originals, Devon Allman originals, Royal Southern Brotherhood and Honeytribe songs along with an encore set including Allman Brothers songs with DevonDuane and special guests participating.

On September 7, 2017, ahead of kicking off the 2018 World Tour, Devon participated in an event at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles with multiple Grammy-winning producer, Don WasScott Sharrard (Gregg’s Musical Director) and Gregg’s long-time manager, Michael Lehman.

Just two days later, on September 9, Devon accepted the key to the city of Macon at the historic Big House Museum on his father’s behalf. The Mayor proclaimed December 8th Gregg Allman Day.

Not even a week later, there was yet another event and performance at the Americana Music Fest on September 15 with Buddy MillerJoan OsbornePony Bradshaw, and John Paul White (Civil Wars).

His remarkable resume spans almost two decades, from his post-millennial breakout with Honeytribe, and the widely revered supergroup Royal Southern BrotherhoodDevon has also had occasion to jam with the greats such as Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Mr. Les PaulKeith UrbanGov’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.


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The Fleece, Bristol – Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Robin 2, Bilston – Monday 3rd September 2018
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Islington Assembly Hall, London – Tuesday 4th September 2018
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Riverside, Newcastle – Thursday 6th September 2018
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Brundell Social Club, Leeds – Friday 7th September 2018
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Academy 3, Manchester – Saturday 8th September 2018
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The Devon Allman Project UK Tour September 2018

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