All My Friends to be released on Vinyl 4 LP Box Set

Rounder Records honors Gregg's legacy with the release of All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs and Voice of Gregg Allman on limited special edition vinyl

Four-LP Vinyl Box Slated for Release September 30 Now Available for Pre-Order HERE

On January 10, 2014, a multi-generational, all-star lineup of musicians from
the worlds of rock, blues and country joined together at Atlanta’s historic Fox Theatre for a
once-in-a-lifetime concert event to pay tribute to the life and music of the legendary singer,
songwriter, and musician Gregg Allman.

That evening, Allman was joined by a remarkable array of performers delivering legendary
performances of classic material drawn from his four and a half decades as a recording
artist, encompassing his landmark work with the legendary Allman Brothers Band as well
as his parallel solo career.

The concert recording was released later that year on CD and video. Now, for the first
time, All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs & Voice of Gregg Allman will be available on
vinyl. The four-LP box set will be released on September 30, and a number of limited-
edition color variants will be offered for purchase.  Pre-order the 4-LP set HERE.

Rounder and Blackbird Presents are teaming up with Mandolin, the music industry’s
leading digital fan engagement platform, to exclusively stream the concert in its entirety on
August 18. Fans who pre-order the vinyl box will receive a complimentary viewing code.
Fans who wish to purchase a ticket to the stream can do so HERE.

All of the participating musicians gathered for the finale, a rousing performance of “Will the
Circle Be Unbroken.” Watch it HERE.

The variety of the artists paying tribute to Allman, and the diversity of their interpretations
of his songs, attests to the broad appeal of Allman’s music, which transcended stylistic and
generational boundaries. With musical direction by noted producer/musician Don Was,
several of the guest performers were drawn from the Allman Brothers Band’s extended
musical family, including Devon Allman, Warren Haynes, Jaimoe, Chuck Leavell, Jack
Pearson, Susan Tedeschi, and Derek Trucks.

The prestigious slate of performers also included Trace Adkins, Zac Brown, Jackson
Browne, Eric Church, Dr. John, Brantley Gilbert, Vince Gill, Jimmy Hall, John Hiatt, Martina
McBride, Taj Mahal, Pat Monahan, Keb’ Mo’, Sam Moore, Robert Randolph, and Widespread
Panic.

As Allman later remarked, “That show was one of the highlights of my life. It was great to
see old friends, and everyone was so gracious and really poured their souls into my songs.
It was a very special night.”