The Allman Brothers Coming to Hard Rock On October 20

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Did you miss the Allman Brothers at last month's Wanee Festival in Live Oak? Well fret no more, the biggest act from(and founders of) the festival just can't get enough of their home state and have announced an October 20 date at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. It's a wonder how any band can stick together for 40 years (granted they've broken up and reformed a few times over the years) especially when the band is as huge and influential as the Allman Brothers. You'd be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't cite the Allman's as the architects of southern rock. To see the living legends perform live, you'll want to pick up your tickets, which start at $50, tomorrow starting at noon through Ticketmaster.

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