Allman Brothers to play final concert

WASHINGTON – The Allman Brothers Band has been rambling across the country rocking audiences for a long time.

But after 45 years of bringing their unique brand of Southern rock to the stage, the band members are about to perform their final show together.

The band will take the stage Tuesday night at New York’s Beacon Theatre, where the band has sold out more than 200 shows in a row over the past 25 years.

The band and founder Gregg Allman were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995. The band’s decision to stop touring comes as Gregg Allman has suffered some health problems.

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