[UPDATE 3/21/23]: This weekend’s Trouble No More shows in Boston (Friday, March 24th) and New York (Saturday, March 25th) have been canceled “due to circumstances beyond our control,” the band announced on Tuesday. Refunds will be issued automatically via point of purchase.

The Allman Brothers Band tribute act, which was due to perform Brothers and Sisters with ABB veteran Chuck Leavell at the Orpheum Theatre and the Beacon Theatre this weekend, also hinted at a return to Boston and New York in November. Other notable stops on the bands upcoming schedule include New Orleans, LA (4/27), Austin, TX (4/29), and Axton, VA (5/25) as well as an appearance at the 2023 edition of The Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA. For more information, head here.


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[1/24/23]: Trouble No More, the new-generation Allman Brothers Band tribute that has taken the touring circuit by storm in the past year, has announced a pair of celebratory performances honoring the 50th anniversary of Brothers and Sisters. The two shows, set to take place at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre (March 24th) and New York’s Beacon Theatre (March 25th), will feature longtime Allman Brothers Band pianist Chuck Leavell as a special guest.

The two-night, two-city run will mark a number of anniversaries for Trouble No More. On the same March weekend in 2022, the outfit—an inter-generational mix of ABB descendants, collaborators, proteges, and extended “family” members—made its debut with a two-night stand at the Beacon, a venue long synonymous with the never-ending road of the Allman Brothers Band. The group’s formation for those shows also marked the 50th anniversary of 1972’s Eat a Peach. Trouble No More hit the road from there, bringing its energized Eat a Peach homage to clubs and festivals around the country.

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After a year on tour, Trouble No More—featuring guitarists Brandon “Taz” Niederauer and Daniel Donato, bassist Dylan Niederauer, drummer Nikki Glaspie, keyboardist Peter Levin, pedal steel guitarist Roosevelt Collier, and vocalist Lamar Williams Jr.—will move along the timeline in 2023 with a 50th-anniversary recreation of Brothers and Sisters, the 1973 ABB album that produced the band’s only hit single (“Ramblin’ Man”) and resulted in its biggest moment of commercial success.

Following the deaths of original band members Duane Allman and Berry Oakley in relatively quick succession, the Allman Brothers Band lineup was in flux in the early 1970s. The roster began to re-solidify ahead of Brothers and Sisters with the addition of bassist Lamar Williams (whose son, Lamar Jr., sings with Trouble No More) and pianist Chuck Leavell. Leavell, in particular, became an integral component of the ABB’s “new” sound, adorning classic tracks like “Jessica” with now-iconic piano leads.

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Trouble No More’s two-night celebration of Brothers and Sisters with Chuck Leavell himself will mark a full-circle moment for the rising tribute act—a chance for these ABB disciples to apply reinvigorated energy to a beloved album alongside one of its pioneering creators half a century down the line.

For a full list of Trouble No More tour dates, head here.

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