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Produced by Bill Levenson, John Lynskey and Kirk West, Trouble No More boasts 61 Allman Brothers Band classics, rarities, and live tracks spanning their entire 45-year career. Additionally, it premieres seven previously unreleased tracks beginning with the Allmans' original 1969 demo of the Muddy Waters song which lends this collection its name: "Trouble No More." It was the first demo recorded for The Allman Brothers Band. Appropriately, "Trouble No More" also concludes the box set with a live performance from the band's last-ever show at New York's Beacon Theatre in 2014.
The Allmans broke up in 1982 but reunited seven years later to mark their twentieth anniversary. Their first retrospective box set, Dreams, was also issued that year. The revitalized band, now a seven-piece featuring guitarist Warren Haynes, signed with Epic Records. Disc Four covers 1990-2000 and the Epic studio albums Shades of Two Worlds and Where It All Begins plus live tracks such as an unreleased "I'm Not Crying."
So when the Allman Brothers played their last show, it was the end of an era. It was the culmination of a special piece of american history. It was the completion of a band that touched my life, and many other lives, in a profound way.
At every turn, the set really kept the spirits high and was a purely joyful live music event, something we have all desperately been longing for over the past two years. His band also featured baritone saxophonist Sam Greenfield, trumpeters Jon Lampley and Jay Webb, keyboardist Kevin Gastonguay, percussionist Nêgah Santos, and drummer Petar Janjic.
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MUSIC: Red Rocks: Nature's perfect music stage | Watch VideoOutside of Denver is one of America's most iconic music venues: a naturally-formed amphitheatre, millions of years in the making, that is today a stunning setting for concerts and yoga sessions. Correspondent Luke Burbank visits Red Rocks, and talks with members of the band The String Cheese Incident about the intensity and acoustics of a Red Rocks set.
TELEVISION: Stephen Colbert, on being back on stage | Watch VideoOn June 14, Stephen Colbert, host of CBS' "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," returned to the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater to face a live audience, something he had not done in 460 days due to COVID restrictions. CBS News' John Dickerson attended that return taping, and talked with Colbert about what it means to perform comedy with (or without) a live audience. He also spoke with Evie Colbert, who during the pandemic became her husband's live audience of one. 2b1af7f3a8