Trouble No More Celebrates The Allman Brothers Band At NYC’s Beacon Theatre
The 50th anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band’s historic Eat A Peach album will be celebrated, as will the rest of the legendary band’s music, with the March 25 debut of Trouble No More at New York’s Beacon Theatre in a show presented by The Allman Brothers Band.
Trouble No More, a new band including Brandon “Taz” Niederauer and Daniel Donato on guitar and vocals, Dylan Niederauer on bass, Jack Ryan and Nikki Glaspie on drums, Lamar Williams Jr. on vocals, Peter Levin on keyboards and Roosevelt Collier on pedal steel, will perform its first show as a benefit with a portion of ticket sales going to the Big House Foundation in Macon, Ga.
The Beacon Theatre, of course, is the site of nearly 250 shows by the Allman Brothers Band and an annual residency that was the stuff of legend. Eat A Peach was released Feb. 12, 1972 and is considered one of the greatest albums of all time.
Ticket presales begin today at 10 a.m. local time via Seated with tickets to the general public going on sale Friday, Jan. 7 through Ticketmaster.
The Big House Foundation is to preserve and promote the rich musical heritage and inclusive, diverse culture of the Allman Brothers Band through programs revolving around education and exhibition. Combined with their family-based lifestyle at the “Big House,” the band’s communal hub in Macon (and the current home of the Allman Brothers Band Museum), the Allman Brothers Band spread a message of peace, love and acceptance.
That message is the core of the Big House Foundation’s objectives; music programs for schools that are sorely lacking in funding for the arts have been created, and workshops and lectures on civil rights and equality through music have been presented to students of all ages throughout the world.