Greg Allman headed to The Beacon Theater 1989

Greg Allman headed to The Beacon Theater 1989

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Among the most perfect live albums ever recorded, “At Fillmore East” by the Allman Brothers Band was also the Fillmore’s swan song, recorded just before the New York City venue closed in the summer of 1971.

The Allmans continued to play music through the next four decades, beset by tragedy, triumph and personnel changes, and while the Fillmore was never resurrected, another Manhattan landmark took its place.

Beginning in 1989, the Allmans began playing multiple shows at Manhattan’s Beacon Theatre almost every March, creating a spring destination for faithful fans of “The Brothers.”

Like a music festival featuring only one band, the yearly residencies at the 2,800-seat Beacon served as a reason to clear the calendar, arrange hotel rooms and gather with friends.

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