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High Point, NC – Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band, former Allman Brothers band member David Goldflies (78-82) has joined forces with Mike Kach (Dickey Betts Great Southern) to launch A Brother’s Revival – an incredible tribute show including fan’s favorite songs performed in their original format. A Brother’s Revival will make a stop in the Triad on Sat., Nov. 16, at 8 PM, for a single live performance at the High Point Theatre.

Special tribute performance will take place at the High Point Theatre, Sat., Nov.16

The Allman Brothers Band was one of the most influential bands of the ’70s, combining rock, country, R&B, and blues to create a sound that was loved by millions of fans. This success helped to make Gregg Allman’s legendary blues voice one of the most distinguishable in the music industry. A Brother’s Revival will be performing the Allman Brothers Band’s fan favorites, including Whipping Post, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed, Southbound, Ramblin Man, Melissa, Jessica, One Way Out, Midnight Rider, Soulshine, Statesboro Blues, Good Clean Fun and, of course, Revival. The song list will change from show to show, with unexpected jams added just as the Brother’s always have done to keep the show exciting for their fans.

Joining David Goldflies and Mike Kach are Joe Weiss on vocals/guitar, Matt Siegal on guitar, and Dick Reinlie and Kevin “Modee” Lacour on drums. Few singers have the range and passion to successfully cover Gregg’s music. A Brother’s Revival is fortunate to feature singer Joe Weiss, whose voice will take the audience back to a time when Betts’ melodic vocal and wailing instrumentals built a legion of Southern Rock fans that still stand strong today.

“We are very excited to be a part of this special 50th anniversary celebratory tour of A Brothers Revival in honor of the legendary Allman Brothers Band”, says High Point Theatre Director David Briggs. “A combination of authentic musical numbers, artistic mastery, and expertly re-created 70’s concert vibes, this is one live event you will not want to miss.”

Tickets are $25-$40, available at the box office by calling (336) 887-3001 and online at www.highpointtheatre.com.

About High Point Theatre

Owned and operated by the City of High Point, the High Point Theatre is conveniently located within the International Home Furnishings Center at the corner of Commerce Avenue and Hamilton Street in High Point. The Theatre features an elegant 965-seat auditorium with continental style seating, three exhibition galleries for meetings, displays, and receptions, and free parking.

 

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