Gregg Allman’s acclaimed concert, All My Friends: Celebrating The Songs And Voice Of Gregg Allman, in Atlanta, GA in 2014 served as the genesis for the academic arm of Gregg’s legacy. Funds raised from the concert went to create two scholarships for students working toward a career in music. Recognizing the importance of arts education, Gregg and his manager Michael Lehman, worked with the University of Georgia and Syracuse University to establish the scholarships. Read more about the Gregg Allman Scholarship at the University of Georgia and the Allman/Lehman Endowed Scholarship at Syracuse University. Similarly, in 2022, a third fun was created for Belmont University in Nashville, TN funded by proceeds from a celebratory concert for the anniversary of Allman’s 75th birthday held on Dec. 8 at the historic Beacon Theatre in New York City. The scholarship will specifically support students within Belmont’s Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business. Use the links below to make contributions in tribute to Gregg’s music industry legacy in support of music education.
Gregg Allman Scholarship Fund at Belmont University Select “scholarship” in the Area of Support field then select “Gregg Allman Scholarship.”