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Playlist of Dickey Betts & Butch Trucks

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  • Dickey Betts & Butch Trucks - Interview - 11/4/1984 - Rock Influence

    18:44

    Dickey Betts & Butch Trucks - Interview
    Recorded Live: 11/4/1984 - Rock Influence - ,
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  • The Tedeschi-Trucks Band - Elizabeth Reed - 9/21/13

    13:45

    The Beacon Theater - New York, NY.
    Posted by Rick Randall.
    Dickey Betts joins The Tedeschi-Trucks Band for this Allman Brothers classic, written by Mr. Betts.

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  • Betts, Hall, Leavell and Trucks - Full Concert - 05/07/83 - Capitol Theatre

    1:28:20

    Betts, Hall, Leavell and Trucks - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 5/7/1983 - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Ain't Nothing You Can Do
    0:04:03 - Whole Lot Of Memories
    0:09:13 - One Track Mind
    0:15:22 - Need Somebody Bad
    0:19:55 - Pick A Little Boogie
    0:24:35 - Rain
    0:29:37 - Ramblin' Man
    0:34:59 - Stop Knockin' On My Door
    0:40:12 - Lorraine
    0:45:16 - Cadillac Tracks (incomplete)
    1:00:40 - Jessica (incomplete)
    1:10:01 - Southbound
    1:18:09 - Rollin'

    Personnel:
    Dickey Betts-lead vocals, guitar
    Jimmy Hall- lead vocals, harmonica, sax
    Chuck Leavell - piano, keyboards, vocals
    Butch Trucks - drums and percussion
    Danny Parks - violin, vocals
    David Goldflies - bass, vocals

    Summary:
    This band never recorded an album and relatively few high quality live recordings exist. Allman Brothers fans and southern rock fans in general should welcome this discovery. The MC at the beginning is Pat St. John, who was then a popular DJ on NYC radio station WPLJ FM.

  • Allman Brothers Band w/13 yr old Derek Trucks

    13:56

    One Way Out with the ABB and special guest Derek Trucks.

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  • Derek Trucks & Warren Haynes Interview 1/3 The Allman Brothers

    15:06

    In this inaugural episode of Music Store Live's new web series, The Artist Exchange, Bob sits down with Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes of The Allman Brothers Band before they take the stage at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center on August 28, 2013. Trucks and Haynes are two of contemporary rock and blues' most influential guitar players and in this interview they share they're insights and experiences on many topics including : Paul Reed Smith amplifiers, crafting your own sound, influential players they have looked to for inspiration, the music business at large and life on the road. We hope you enjoy this episode of The Artist Exchange and please subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos like this.


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  • Les Paul with Dicky Betts

    14:16

    Dicky takes over Les's show Iridium 11/26/01 Lespaul.org

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  • The Allman Brothers Band - Drum/Bass Solos - 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre

    12:00

    The Allman Brothers Band - Drum/Bass Solos
    Recorded Live: 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - vocals, keyboards
    Dickey Betts - vocals, guitar
    Dan Toler - guitar
    David Goldflies - bass
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johnny Johansen -drums
    Bonnie Bramlett - vocals
    Guest: John Belushi - vocals on Hey Bartender

    Summary:
    This is good quality audio and video of the complete show and a strong performance by this lineup, which included Bonnie Bramlett. Following the drum solos in the middle of Pegasus, John Belushi joins the band onstage and sings Hey Bartender. This was broadcast live on WNEW so fans are very familiar with this show.

  • Derek Trucks - Layla/Jam July 4th 1993

    7:00

    Raleigh , NC
    Walnut Creek Ampitheater
    July 4, 1993 - 13 year old Derek Opening for the Allman Brothers Band!!

  • BUTCH TRUCKS & the FREIGHT TRAIN BAND • Hot Lanta • NY State Blues Fest. 7-9-16

    6:02

    Butch Trucks - Drums; Vaylor Trucks - Guitar; Damon Fowler - Guitar, Lap Steel, Vocals; Heather Gillis - Guitar & Vocals; Berry Oakley Jr. - Bass & Vocals, Bruce Katz - Keyboards.

    New York State Blues Festival - Syracuse, NY 7-9-16
    *Filmed in HD by Joan Mallotides aka BluesBroad

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  • The Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post - 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East

    11:23

    The Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post
    Recorded Live: 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East - New York, NY
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - organ, vocals
    Duane Allman - guitar, vocals
    Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals
    Berry Oakley - bass, vocals
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johanny Johanson - drums
    Tom Doucette - harp

    Summary:
    On this date, Bill Graham assembled a stellar roster of bands to participate in the filming of a television special called Welcome To The Fillmore East for broadcast on educational channels. Short sets were filmed by the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha-Na-Na, Van Morrison, and the Allman Brothers Band, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of Bill Graham and the Fillmore East staff at work.

    The Allman Brothers performance is nothing short of spectacular and features the original lineup that included Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. Recorded six months prior to the legendary Live At Fillmore East double album set, this performance captures the Allman Brothers when they were a relatively new band, full of youthful passion and performing what would become classic original material when it was fresh and new.

    Following Bill Graham's introduction, they kick things off with a tight performance of Don't Keep Me Wonderin', which features the band's friend, Tom Doucette, blowing harp over the group's trademark sound. Gregg's vocal is barely audible, but it's obvious the group is full of fire. Dreams, which follows, slows things down a bit and the group establishes a relaxed groove that showcases their trademark sound, blending elements that would eventually come to define Southern Rock.

    They hit their stride on the next number, Dickey Betts' In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed. Here, the dual guitar attack of Allman and Betts is astounding. The two guitarists intertwine and synchronize in a manner nothing short of telepathic, creating a melting pot seasoned with elements of jazz, rock, country, and blues into a style utterly their own. The set ends with a ferocious take of Whipping Post that features outstanding melodic bass playing from Berry Oakley, with both Duane Allman and Dickey Betts soaring over the propulsive rhythm section. Shorter than the expansive versions that would develop in coming months, this is all the more fascinating for it, as they compress an incredible amount of energy into the time allotted.

    Time constrictions and vocal microphone malfunctions aside, this is still a fascinating performance. This original lineup of the band was certainly one of the most innovative and captivating bands to ever play the Fillmore.

  • Guitar Greats - Jessica - Dickey Betts - 11/12/1984 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ

    8:27

    Guitar Greats - Jessica - Dickey Betts
    Recorded Live - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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  • Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks: Old Friend

    7:02

    From the Live at the Beacon Theater DVD. This video really shows what slide playing can do. The atmosphere they create with just two guitars and a voice is incredible.

  • Dickey Betts and Great Southern - Full Concert - 03/18/78 - Capitol Theatre

    2:8:18

    Dickey Betts and Great Southern - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 3/18/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Greeting
    0:01:13 - Introduction by John Scher / Run Gypsy Run / You Can Have Her (I Don't Want Her)
    0:12:36 - Leaving Me Again
    0:19:10 - Back On the Road Again
    0:23:31 - In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
    0:36:40 - Dealing With The Devil
    0:41:19 - Good Time Feeling
    0:53:06 - Jessica
    1:08:07 - High Falls
    1:42:23 - Blue Sky
    1:50:36 - Atlanta's Burning Down
    1:55:12 - Jam / High Falls continued
    2:00:09 - Ramblin' Man

    Personnel:
    Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals,
    Topper Price - harmonica
    David Goldflies - bass
    Donnie Sharbono - drums, vocals
    Dan Toler - guitar, vocals
    Michael Workman - keyboards, vocals

  • Dickey Betts & Great Southern - Blue Sky

    9:58

    Performed May 23, 2009 at Festival in the Park, Roanoke VA.

  • Fishin With Duane as told by Butch Trucks

    5:05

    This is a promotional video for Butch Trucks' live 2 hour multi-media presentation, Fishin' WIth Duane. Butch reflects on the impact Duane Allman had on his life and tells behind-the-scenes stories about Duane and The Allman Brothers Bands' early days. Butch's presentation includes rare video footage and photos.
    For more information on how to be part of Butch's inaugural introduction of Fishin' With Duane, visit:

  • The Allman Brothers Band - Jessica - 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre

    9:57

    The Allman Brothers Band - Jessica
    Recorded Live: 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - vocals, keyboards
    Dickey Betts - vocals, guitar
    Dan Toler - guitar
    David Goldflies - bass
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johnny Johansen -drums
    Bonnie Bramlett - vocals
    Guest: John Belushi - vocals on Hey Bartender

    Summary:
    This is good quality audio and video of the complete show and a strong performance by this lineup, which included Bonnie Bramlett. Following the drum solos in the middle of Pegasus, John Belushi joins the band onstage and sings Hey Bartender. This was broadcast live on WNEW so fans are very familiar with this show.

  • Dickey Betts & Great Southern @ The Saban Theater, Beverly Hills, CA 8/23/14

    1:47:41

    Magazine's top 100 guitarists of all time, Dickey Betts and his band Great Southern come to Saban Theatre to display their unique bring their hybrid of country, blues, jazz and rock. As a founding member of the legendary Allman Brothers Band, Betts was responsible for such hits as Ramblin' Man and the instrumental Jessica, which won him a Grammy. Known for their amazing live performances, Dickey Betts and Great Southern @ The Saban Theater, Beverly Hills, CA, 8/23/2014

    1. High Falls
    2. Statesboro Blues
    3. Nothing You Can Do
    4. You Don't Love Me
    5. Blue Sky
    6. One Way Out
    7. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
    8. No One To Run With
    9. Ramblin' Man
    10. Jessica

  • Dickey Betts & Great Southern - High Falls - Germany 1978

    30:40

    From the DVD-Set Live At Rockpalast

  • Jaimoe Talks About Dickey Betts Newly Announced Tour

    1:20

    Recorded at the Iridium Jazz Club on December 13, 2017

    Allman Brothers Cofounder discusses former band member, Dickey Betts and his announcement to tour in the coming year

  • The Black Crowes - Show Me

    6:00

    The Black Crowes are joined by Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi and members of Tedeschi Trucks Band on their encore at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park in Alpharetta, GA on July 20, 2013.

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  • Mountain Jam

    35:40

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Mountain Jam (Live At The Fillmore East/1971/Second Show/Part 2) · The Allman Brothers Band

    The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings

    ℗ 2014 The Island Def Jam Music Group

    Released on: 2014-07-29

    Producer: Tom Dowd
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Aaron Baron
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Larry Dahlstrom
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Duane Allman
    Associated Performer, Organ, Piano, Vocals: Gregg Allman
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Dickey Betts
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Berry Oakley
    Associated Performer, Drums, Conga, Timbales: Jaimoe
    Associated Performer, Drums, Unknown, Other: Butch Trucks
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer, Mixer: Kevin Reeves
    Composer Lyricist: Richard Betts
    Composer Lyricist: Gregg Allman
    Composer Lyricist: Duane Howard Allman
    Composer Lyricist: Raymond Berry Oakley III
    Composer Lyricist: Butch Trucks
    Composer Lyricist: Donovan Leitch
    Composer Lyricist: Jaimoe J. Johanson

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  • The Allman Brothers Band - Hot Lanta

    5:21

    At Fillmore East is a double live album by The Allman Brothers Band. The band's breakthrough success, At Fillmore East was released in July 1971. It ranks Number 49 among Rolling Stone magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Enjoy in the southern mix of rock, blues and jazz.

    Hot 'Lanta ( Gregg Allman, Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, Butch Trucks,
    Berry Oakley, Jai Johanny Johanson )


    Instrumental,
    This song only appears on live albums. It evolved out of a jam session when Allman Brothers guitarist Dickey Betts got the idea for the melody line. This was a feature song at concerts for bass player Berry Oakley until his death in a motorcycle accident in 1972.


    Duane Allman -- lead guitar, slide guitar
    Gregg Allman -- organ, piano, Vocals
    Dickey Betts -- lead guitar, Vocals
    Berry Oakley -- bass guitar
    Jai Johanny Johanson -- drums, congas, timbales
    Butch Trucks -- drums, tympani

    This is property of The Allman Brothers Band!

  • In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed

    13:08

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (Live At Fillmore East, March 12, 1971) · The Allman Brothers Band

    At Fillmore East

    ℗ A Mercury Records release; ℗ 1971 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1971-07-01

    Producer: Tom Dowd
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: The Allman Brothers Band
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Duane Allman
    Associated Performer, Organ, Piano, Vocals: Gregg Allman
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Dickey Betts
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Berry Oakley
    Associated Performer, Drums, Conga: Jaimoe
    Associated Performer, Drums, Timpani: Butch Trucks
    Composer Lyricist: Richard Betts

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  • Bougainvillea

    7:13

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Bougainvillea · Dickey Betts · Great Southern

    Dickey Betts & Great Southern

    ℗ 1977 Arista Records LLC

    Released on: 1977-09-20

    Associated Performer: Dickey Betts & Great Southern
    Composer, Lyricist: Don Johnson

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  • The Tedeschi-Trucks Band - Blue Sky - 9/21/13

    9:05

    The Beacon Theater - New York, NY.
    Posted by Rick Randall
    Very special guest Dickey Betts joins Derek and Susan for this Allman Brothers classic, with a Franklin's Tower tease at the start.

  • The Tedeschi-Trucks Band - The Sky is Crying - 9/21/13

    10:21

    The Beacon Theater - New York, NY.
    Posted by Rick Randall.
    Dickey Betts, along with his son Duane, join Derek and Susan and the band to trade solos on this Elmore James classic as the 1st song of their encore.

  • Tribute to Butch Trucks - 4K - 03.30.17 - Ardmore Music Hall - Full Set

    2:22:36

    Tribute to Butch Trucks - 4K - 03.30.17 - Ardmore Music Hall - Whole show

    In Memory of Butch Trucks
    A Set of The Allman Brothers Band Music, performed by: members of Les Brers, Butch Trucks and the Freight Train Band, Jaimoe's Jasssz Band, Dickey Betts Band & more

    Members of the Allman Brothers Family come together for 1 night only at The Ardmore Music Hall to pay tribute to the late drummer Butch Trucks. Musicians from Butch's own band, The Freight Train Band, along with members of Les Brers, The Freight Train Band, Jaimoe's Jasssz Band, Dickey Betts Band and others play the music of Allman Brothers, with Graham Lesh's band Midnight North starting off the night.

    This all-star lineup features:
    Bruce Katz (Les Brers + Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band)- Keys
    Junior Mack (Jaimoe's Jasssz Band)- Guitar & vocals
    Lamar Williams Jr. (Les Brers)- Vocals
    Tad Isch ( Butch Trucks and the Freight Train Band) - Drums
    Chris Reddan(Popa Chubby) - Drums
    David Stoltz (Jaimoe's Jasssz Band)- Bass
    Garrett Dawson (Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band)- Percussion
    Andy Aledort (Dickey Betts Band) - Slide Guitar
    + special guest Grahame Lesh- Guitar


    Source: AUDIO: SBD/Audix M1255B's matrix - FOH Board - Tascam DR-100-24bit/44.1 - Beachtek DXA-2T - VIDEO: Sony FDR-AX100
    Recorded by chris cafiero, Ardmore Music Hall Archivist, Little Feat Archivist

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  • Dickey Betts of Allman Brothers Band Suffers Mild Stroke

    3:48

    Dickey Betts of Allman Brothers Suffers Mild Stroke
    The 74-year-old guitarist had to cancel his tour via doctors orders. They are calling it post-stroke repercussions. Betts was describing what had happened and what he was felling to his doctor and it looked like he had a minor stroke and he needed to take 3-5 weeks off.
    Hi manager David Spero said, “Dickey really regrets that he can’t be there for his fans, but he has to take care of his health first.”
    We're glad he's ok. The Allman Brothers Band has lost many members Duane Allman was the first in a 1971 motorcycle accident, his brother Gregg just passed last year as well as drummer Butch Trucks, Berry Oakley in 1972, Lamar Williams in 1983, Dan Toler in 2013, David Toler in 2011 and Allen Woody in 2000. Of the six players on their 1969 debut album only Dickey Betts and drummer Jaimoe Johanson are still alive.
    Betts had actually retired but he got bored. I heard an interview with Dickey where he talks about changing the direction of his guitar playing through Chuck Berry and then BB King and then he wanted to know who influenced BB so he found Blind Lemon Jefferson and Django Reinhardt. The latter was a huge influence.
    He was inducted with the Allman Brothers band into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995
    Dates for his upcoming shows will be re-scheduled. - by John Beaudin

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  • Butch Trucks, Allman Brothers Band Drummer and Co Founder, Dead at 69

    5:28

    Butch Trucks, Allman Brothers Band Drummer and Co-Founder, Dead at 69
    UPDATE: It looks like Butch shot himself in the head. Sad news
    Considered “the” southern rock band Trucks was there for all of it. Besides Gregg Allman he played on everything.

    His booking agent Page Stallings said that Trucks died on Tuesday in West Palm Beach, Florida. The cause of death was unknown.

    In his book the bands former guitarist Dicky Betts said, We needed Butch, who had that drive and strength, freight train, meat-and-potatoes thing. It set Jaimoe up perfectly. He was talking about the bands other drummer Jaimoe Johanson who was with them almost as long as Trucks. Jaimoe was the pocket drummer and Trucks was the storm.

    Anyone with even a curiosity of southern-rock drumming knew who Butch Trucks was.

    He was born in Jacksonville, Florida on May 11th, 1947. He started playing drums in the eighth grade. His parents were strict baptists and only bought him a drum kit after he promised to play where liquor was not served.

    For many years this group had the The Three Musketeers motto, “All for one and one for all.” They lived together, played and traveled together and partied together which certainly helped at the groups inception in 1969 when they were starving, malnourished and looking for their audience. They still stayed up all night raising hell. When they weren't practicing it was party time.

    Duane's vision was to have a “different” band with two lead guitarists and two drummers. They even toyed with calling themselves Beelzebub.

    Those first two Allman Brothers Band LP's, the self-titled debut from 1969 and 1970's “Idlewild South” were not big hits at first even though there classic tunes on both. The first had Whipping Post which Rolling Stone magazine called an enduring anthem ... rife with tormented blues-ballad imagery and it also contained Muddy Waters classic Trouble No More.” “Idlewild South” had “Midnight Rider” which Gregg Allman called, the song I’m most proud of in my career.” It also featured a future concert mainstay, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed a jazz flavored groovy instrumental.

    These architects of southern rock found their commercial footing however on their third. A little light bulb went off for Gregg Allman when he realized that without commercial success the band could still survive as a concert act and their drummers were a huge part on that sound. After all the crowds were building so maybe it was time for a live album?

    In July1971 they released, “At Fillmore East.” It's considered one of the best live albums of all time and it was a hit on the charts peaking at #13 on the charts. Everything changed after that.

    With increased popularity came the usual rock n roll carnage, drugs and booze. Duane Allman, bassist Berry Oakley and a few of their roadies went into rehab.

    The bands biggest blow came on October 29, 1971. At 24, Duane Allman, was killed in a motorcycle accident. On deciding the future of the band Trucks said, We all had this thing in us and Duane put it there. He was the teacher and he gave something to us—his disciples—that we had to play out.

    “Eat a Peach” did feature Duane and was dedicated to him and reached #5 on the Billboard charts. It feature the gorgeous tune, “Melissa” that was originally thought to be too soft for the group. Gregg wrote it in 1967 and would later play it at Duane's funeral. Then bassist Berry Oakley was killed in another motorcycle accident a few blocks from where Duane died. They are buried side-by-side.

    Interestingly they called their next project “Brothers and Sisters” even though the family atmosphere in the band was fading fast via drugs and arguments. It did feature, Ramblin' Man their only top 10 hits it was their only #1 album.

    From 1999–2014 Trucks' nephew Derek Joined the group as a guitarist. On his Twitter, Derek wrote, “Rest in Peace Uncle Butch. They broke up and re-formed three times and ended it in 2014.

    Last year Butch told Rolling Stone magazine, We were in another universe, We were out spreading the gospel of this music we had discovered.

    In a statement Gregg Allman said, “I’m heartbroken, I’ve lost another brother, and it hurts beyond words. Butch and I knew each other since we were teenagers, and we were band-mates for over 45 years. He was a great man and a great drummer, and I’m going to miss him forever. Rest in peace, Brother Butch.” More at

  • Betts, Hall, Leavell and Trucks - Southbound - 5/7/1983 - Capitol Theatre

    8:09

    Betts, Hall, Leavell and Trucks - Southbound
    Recorded Live: 5/7/1983 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    Dickey Betts-lead vocals, guitar
    Jimmy Hall- lead vocals, harmonica, sax
    Chuck Leavell - piano, keyboards, vocals
    Butch Trucks - drums and percussion
    Danny Parks - violin, vocals
    David Goldflies - bass, vocals

    Summary:
    This band never recorded an album and relatively few high quality live recordings exist. Allman Brothers fans and southern rock fans in general should welcome this discovery. The MC at the beginning is Pat St. John, who was then a popular DJ on NYC radio station WPLJ FM.

  • Butch Trucks Teaches You How To Play Whipping Post

    11:58

    Butch Trucks, original member and drummer for the legendary Allman Brothers Band, teaches you the nuances on how to play Whipping Post.
    Recently announced is the Roots Rock Revival Music Masters Camp hosted by Butch this coming June. Check out the website for further info:

  • Tribute to Butch Trucks - HD - 03.30.17 - Ardmore Music Hall - part One

    1:33:28

    Tribute to Butch Trucks - HD - 03.30.17 - Ardmore Music Hall

    In Memory of Butch Trucks
    A Set of The Allman Brothers Band Music, performed by: members of Les Brers, Butch Trucks and the Freight Train Band, Jaimoe's Jasssz Band, Dickey Betts Band & more

    Members of the Allman Brothers Family come together for 1 night only at The Ardmore Music Hall to pay tribute to the late drummer Butch Trucks. Musicians from Butch's own band, The Freight Train Band, along with members of Les Brers, The Freight Train Band, Jaimoe's Jasssz Band, Dickey Betts Band and others play the music of Allman Brothers, with Graham Lesh's band Midnight North starting off the night.

    This all-star lineup features:
    Bruce Katz (Les Brers + Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band)- Keys
    Junior Mack (Jaimoe's Jasssz Band)- Guitar & vocals
    Lamar Williams Jr. (Les Brers)- Vocals
    Tad Isch ( Butch Trucks and the Freight Train Band) - Drums
    Chris Reddan(Popa Chubby) - Drums
    David Stoltz (Jaimoe's Jasssz Band)- Bass
    Garrett Dawson (Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band)- Percussion
    Andy Aledort (Dickey Betts Band) - Slide Guitar
    + special guest Grahame Lesh- Guitar


    Source: AUDIO: SBD/Audix M1255B's matrix - FOH Board - Tascam DR-100-24bit/44.1 - Beachtek DXA-2T - VIDEO: Sony FDR-AX100
    Recorded by chris cafiero, Ardmore Music Hall Archivist, Little Feat Archivist

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  • Betts, Hall, Leavell and Trucks - Whole Lot Of Memories - 5/7/1983 - Capitol Theatre

    5:11

    Betts, Hall, Leavell and Trucks - Whole Lot Of Memories
    Recorded Live: 5/7/1983 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    Dickey Betts-lead vocals, guitar
    Jimmy Hall- lead vocals, harmonica, sax
    Chuck Leavell - piano, keyboards, vocals
    Butch Trucks - drums and percussion
    Danny Parks - violin, vocals
    David Goldflies - bass, vocals

    Summary:
    This band never recorded an album and relatively few high quality live recordings exist. Allman Brothers fans and southern rock fans in general should welcome this discovery. The MC at the beginning is Pat St. John, who was then a popular DJ on NYC radio station WPLJ FM.

  • The Allman Brothers Band - Southbound - 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre

    6:31

    The Allman Brothers Band - Southbound
    Recorded Live: 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - vocals, keyboards
    Dickey Betts - vocals, guitar
    Dan Toler - guitar
    David Goldflies - bass
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johnny Johansen -drums
    Bonnie Bramlett - vocals
    Guest: John Belushi - vocals on Hey Bartender

    Summary:
    This is good quality audio and video of the complete show and a strong performance by this lineup, which included Bonnie Bramlett. Following the drum solos in the middle of Pegasus, John Belushi joins the band onstage and sings Hey Bartender. This was broadcast live on WNEW so fans are very familiar with this show.

  • Let Me Ride

    4:37

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Let Me Ride · The Allman Brothers Band

    Seven Turns

    ℗ 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

    Producer: Tom Dowd
    Composer, Lyricist: D. Betts
    Guitar, Vocal: Dickey Betts
    Engineer: Jay Mark
    Background Vocal, Guitar: Warren Haynes
    Engineer: Bud Snyder
    Engineer: Andy Roshberg
    Drums, Percussion: Jaimoe
    Assistant Engineer: Roger Hughes
    Percussion: Mark Morris
    Assistant Engineer: Dave Ellenwood
    Drums, Timpani: Butch Trucks
    Harp, Piano: Johnny Neel
    Bass: Allen Woody

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  • Allman Brothers Band - Fishin For A Good Time

    2:42:17

    The Allman Brothers Band
    Fishin For A Good Time
    The Warehouse
    New Orleans Louisiana
    March 20th 1971

    1. Statesboro Blues
    2. Trouble No More
    3. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
    4. Done Somebody Wrong
    5. One Way Out
    6. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
    7. Midnight Rider
    8. Hoochie Coochie Man
    9. Hot 'Lanta
    10. You Don't Love Me
    11. Whipping Post
    12. Revival
    13. Stormy Monday
    14. Mountain Jam
    15. Don't Want You No More
    16. It's Not My Cross To Bear
    17. Stage Announcement

    Greg Allman - Organ, Vocals
    Duane Allman - Guitar
    Dickey Betts - Guitar
    Berry Oakley - Bass
    Butch Trucks - Drums
    Jaimoe -Drums

    Run-time - 2 Hours 42 Minutes

  • Allman Brothers Sweet Melissa - acoustic/unplugged 1990 - Greg Allman & Dickey Betts

    5:37

    Allman Brothers Sweet Melissa. Acoustic. And yes, the name is really just Melissa.

    Sorry the sound quality is so poor on this.

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  • Dickey Betts of the Allman Brothers tells all about Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp.

    3:43

    The legendary Dickey Betts, founding member of The Allman Brothers Band, explains Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp. To learn more about RRFC visit or call 888.762.2263

  • Dickey Betts Whipping Post Liz Reed Style DVD Preview

    3:15


    Learn how to solo like Dickey Betts in the style of Whipping Post and Liz Reed in this guitar lesson DVD.

  • Allman Brothers - Midnight Rider - acoustic - Gregg Allman & Dickey Betts

    3:20

    Allman Brothers, Midnight Rider. Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts. Acoustic 1990.

  • Dickey Betts SG VOS / Derek Trucks solo

    1:49

    This is my Dickey Betts guitar debut. Plays and sounds wonderful!! I'm playing a solo I learned by ear. A live Derek trucks solo of the song Who Know What Tomorrow may bring. Amp is 1966 Super Reverb with Pyle drivers. Volume on 8.
    Thanks for watching.

  • Trey Anastasio Band - Oooh Child - Butch Trucks Tribute

    5:06

    Trey Anastasio Band - Oooh Child - Butch Trucks Tribute (Wanee 2017)

  • 2012 Gibson Derek Trucks Signature SG Review + Demo

    11:32

    ???? Orange Amp Giveaway! ➡️
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  • Nancy by Dickey Betts

    3:48

    This is one of my favorite although little known songs by Dickey Betts.

  • BETTS, HALL, LEAVELL AND TRUCKS - Jessica

    8:17

    USA - Live

    CONCERT LIVE AT HERMITAGE LANDING, NASHVILLE, TN
    JUL 15, 1983


    1.Nothing You Can Do 3:59
    2.I Need Somebody Bad Tonight 4:53
    3.Pick A Little Boogie 4:03
    4.Ramblin' Man 6:36
    5.Lorraine 4:53
    6.Cadillac Tracks 12:51
    7.Jessica 8:43

    Dickey Betts / Lead Vocals, Guitar - Allman Brothers Band
    Jimmy Hall / Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Sax - Wet Willie
    Chuck Leavell / Piano, Keyboards, Vocals - Allman Brothers Band
    Danny Parks / Violin, Vocals - The Amazing Rhythm Aces
    David Rook Goldflies / Bass, Vocals - Allman Brothers Band
    Butch Trucks / Drums, Percussion - Allman Brothers Band
    Special Guests:
    David Allen Coe / Vocals
    Warren Haynes / Guitar
    Mike Lawler / Organ

  • The Allman Brothers Band - Crazy Love - 12/16/1981 - Capitol Theatre

    4:01

    The Allman Brothers Band - Crazy Love
    Recorded Live: 12/16/1981 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - vocals, keyboards
    Dickey Betts - vocals, guitar
    Dan Toler - guitar
    David Goldflies - bass
    Mike Lawler - piano
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Frank Toler -drums

  • Trey Anastasios emotional Butch Trucks speech

    3:26

    Trey had a very emotional speech during his TAB set. Brought chills and tears across the crowd.


    Watch the performance Trey references from Wanee 2014 with the Allman Brothers.
    Franklin's Tower
    Who's Been Talking

  • Blue Sky - Dickey Betts Band - The White Buffalo Saloon - 5/15/2018

    10:01

    Rehearsal Show at The White Buffalo Saloon in Sarasota, FL before the band heads out onto the road after a 3+ year hiatus.

    Audio Warning!!!!! The sound quality is my fault. I was leaning against the stage with my phone positioned right over Dickey's stage monitor. That's why I'm only picking up just Dickey's guitar, and not Duane's or Damon's. And a few times I lowered the phone past the monitor to get a better angle, the mic stand was in my way. That's the distortion that you're hearing. It was a tough decision whether to upload this video or not due to the poor audio.

  • Richard Dickey Betts / Highway Call

    4:28

  • The Allman Brothers Band - Pony Boy - 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre

    1:37

    The Allman Brothers Band - Pony Boy
    Recorded Live: 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
    More The Allman Brothers Band at Music Vault:
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - vocals, keyboards
    Dickey Betts - vocals, guitar
    Dan Toler - guitar
    David Goldflies - bass
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johnny Johansen -drums
    Bonnie Bramlett - vocals
    Guest: John Belushi - vocals on Hey Bartender

    Summary:
    This is good quality audio and video of the complete show and a strong performance by this lineup, which included Bonnie Bramlett. Following the drum solos in the middle of Pegasus, John Belushi joins the band onstage and sings Hey Bartender. This was broadcast live on WNEW so fans are very familiar with this show.

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