Devon Allman, singer, songwriter, guitarist, and son of Gregg Allman, recently announced a new project, The Devon Allman Project, and today he revealed the full details. Formerly touring with Royal Southern Brotherhood and Honeytribe, Devon’s newly assembled project is a six-piece ensemble featuring two percussionists, John Lum and R. Scott Bryan (Sheryl Crow), bassist Justin Corgan, guitarist Jackson Stokes and Hammond B3 organist Nicholas David. Having only performed a handful of times together under this moniker, The Devon Allman Project has now announced an extensive North American and international tour with special guest Duane Betts, son of Dickey Betts of the Allman Brothers Band, who also recently confirmed his return to the road.

According to a press release from the band, the club/theater shows will feature a 30-minute opening set with Duane Betts using his go-to guitar player, Johnny Stachela, and Devon’s rhythm section. After a 15-minute break, the Devon Allman Project will play a one-hour set which will include songs from Honeytribe, Royal Southern Brotherhood, The Devon Allman Band, and a few covers. The night will culminate with 30-minute plus an encore featuring all eight musicians playing Allman Brothers Band tunes and other classics. Festival dates will be a straight 90-minute set.

The 40+ date tour includes stops at some of the country’s favorite venues, including B.B. King Blues Club in New York, The Pour House in Charleston, Tipitina’s in New Orleans, Macon City Auditorium in Macon, GA (with Dickey Betts), Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, and Red Rocks in Morrison, CO (with Blues Traveler), as well as festival appearances at Rhythm & Ribs Festival in St. Augustine, FL, Great South Bay Music Festival in Patchogue, NY, The Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA, and more. The full itinerary can be found below.

The Devon Allman Project with Duane Betts – Florida Blues & Jazz Fest in Boca Raton, Florida – 1/27/18

[Video: Brett Diaz]

The Devon Allman Project Tour Dates

March 15 @ Jackson Hole Mountain Resort | Teton Village, WY
April 6 @ Rhythm & Ribs Festival | St Augustine, FL
April 7 @ Peace River Revival | Punta Gorda, FL
April 17 @ Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center | Old Saybrook, CT
April 18 @ Wilbur | Boston, MA
April 19 @ Penns Peak | Jim Thorpe, PA
April 20 @ WB PAC | Westhampton Beach, NY
April 21 @ Flying Monkey Performance Center | Plymouth, NH
April 22 @ Center for the Arts | Homer, NY
April 24 @ B.B. Kings Blues Club | New York, NY
April 25 @ State Theatre | State College, PA
April 27 @ Neighborhood Theatre | Charlotte, NC
April 28 @ Phenix City Amphitheatre | Phenix City, AL
April 29 @ The Masquerade | Atlanta, GA
April 30 @ Tybee Poste Theater | Tybee Island, GA
May 1 @ The Pour House | Charleston, SC
May 2 @ Salvage Station | Asheville, NC
May 4 @ Tiptinas | New Orleans, LA
May 5 @ Tennessee Amphitheater | Knoxville, TN
May 6 @ City Winery | Nashville, TN
May 17 @ Macon City Auditorium | Macon, GA
May 19 @ Florida Music Jam @ Sunset Cove | Boca Raton, FL
May 25 @ Fox Theater | Tucson, AZ
May 26 @ Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Festival | Simi Valley, CA
May 28 @ Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas | Las Vegas, NV
June 9 @ Greeley Blues Jam | Greeley, CO
July 3 @ Gerald Ford Amphitheater | Vail, CO
July 4 @ Red Rocks | Morrison, CO
July 15 @ Great South Bay Music Festival | Patchogue, NY
July 21 @ The Peach Music Festival | Scranton, PA
August 8 @ The Kent Stage | Kent, OH
August 11 @ Riverside Park | Rushville, IN
August 12 @ Prairie Magic Music Festival | Valparaiso, IN
August 24 @ Gevarenwinkel Blues Roots & Rock Festival | Herselt, Belgium
August 25 @ Culemborg Blues Festival | Culemborg, Netherlands
August 26 @ Bosuil | Weert, Netherlands
September 2 @ The Fleece | Bristol, UK
September 3 @ Robin 2 | Bilston, UK
September 4 @ Islington Assembly Hall | London, UK
September 6 @ Riverside | Newcastle, Australia
September 7 @ Brudenell | Leeds, UK
September 8 @ Academy | Manchester, UK
September 9 @ HRH C.R.O.W.S Festival | Sheffield, UK