Gregg Allman Returns to the Road After Health Problems

Gregg Allman
Danny Clinch

Gregg Allman

Gregg Allman will mount a full winter tour after recovering from the health issues which forced the cancelation of a raft of concerts. 

The Hall of Famer has announced a winter 2017 tour, starting with two nights in Savannah, GA to celebrate New Year’s Eve. The Allman Brother’s trek continues through January before wrapping with a four-night stand at the Grand Opera House in his hometown of Macon, GA. But before his traveling schedule begins, Allman will complete a 10-night residency at City Winery in New York, starting this Sunday (Nov. 6).

The rocker has already had a handful of tune-ups, including a slot last weekend with his full band at the Laid Back Festival in Atlanta and an acoustic set at Red Rocks in Colorado.

Allman, who has publicly struggled with his health in recent years, canceled concerts earlier in 2016 due to “serious health issues,” which he later revealed as a case of pneumonia.

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