We catch up with Devon Allman at Rams Head on Stage in Annapolis, MD before his show with The Royal Southern Brotherhood. Before the show Devon discussed his new album, Ragged & Dirty, parting ways with The Royal Southern Brotherhood, how he got into music, The Allman Brothers final show, and much more. Devon is a truly nice guy with an amazing talent and stories not many musicians can match.
At precisely 8:00 The Royal Southern Brotherhood hit the stage and proceeded to rock the audience with a their special mix of blues, New Orleans funk, and feet tapping soul music. The band progressed through the many talents of each musician during the show. In addition to Devon on guitar and vocals, this superstar band is led by the one and only Cyril Neville. Neville, always in command and having fun, is a special treat to see and hear. The amazing Charlie "I can do this all night" Wooton plucked, twanged, and thumped his bass with Yonrico Scott on drums - a powerhouse in his own right - and with Wooten, drove the train. Newcomer to the band, replacing Mike Zito, Bart Walker, on vocals and guitar, fits with the band like a glove. The RSB had the crowd from the opening notes to the amazing encore of the Allman Brothers Band favorite, One Way Out. The RSB had the crowd from the opening notes to the amazing encore of The Allman Brothers Band favorite, One Way Out.
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