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A Portion of the Proceeds to Benefit The Big House Foundation.
TROUBLE NO MORE
Performing the Iconic Album "Eat A Peach"
Trouble No More (TNM) consists of six, seasoned Memphis musicians who have adored the Allman Brothers Band and played their music since the Allman Brothers first appeared on the scene in the late 60s. With the recent passing of Gregg Allman, Trouble No More endeavors to preserve the heritage and legacy of the great Southern Rock the Allman Brothers instigated. Trouble No More performs an extensive list of The Allman Brothers favorites from their early “glory days”. Because of the incredible talent of each member of the Allman Brothers, duplicating the dual guitar work and overall sound can be difficult. With that said, Trouble No More’s treatment of all their songs is so eerily close to the original work, you can close your eyes and think you are actually listening to The Allman Brothers Band.
Brandon "Taz" Niederauer
Lamar Williams Jr
THE HARLEM GOSPEL TRAVELERS
Born out of an non-profit music education program led by Eli Paperboy Reed, The Harlem Gospel Travelers—singers Thomas Gatling, George Marage, and Dennis Bailey—released their debut LP, He’s On Time, to rave reviews in 2019, with PopMatters hailing the album’s “musical transcendence” and AllMusic praising it as “dreamlike and joyous.” The record charted on Billboard, earned the Travelers high profile fans like Elton John, and landed them festival slots everywhere from Pilgrimage to Telluride Jazz. Their new upcoming album Look Up! (August 2022, Colemine Records) marks the group’s first full-length release as a trio, as well as their first collection of totally original material.