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  1. Gregory Lenoir Allman, conocido como Gregg Allman (Nashville, Tennessee; 8 de diciembre de 1947-Savannah, Georgia; 27 de mayo de 2017), [1] fue un cantante, teclista, guitarrista y compositor de rock y blues estadounidense, conocido sobre todo por ser uno de los fundadores del grupo The Allman Brothers Band, junto a su hermano Duane Allman.

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    Gregory LeNoir Allman (December 8, 1947 – May 27, 2017) was an American musician, singer and songwriter. He was known for performing in the Allman Brothers Band. Allman grew up with an interest in rhythm and blues music, and the Allman Brothers Band fused it with rock music, jazz, and country at times.

  3. › @officialgreggallmanGregg Allman - YouTube

    Official YouTube channel of the late Gregg Allman. Gregory LeNoir Allman | December 8, 1947 - May 27, 2017. Founder of the Allman Brothers Band, Gregg is an inductee of The Rock and Roll...

  4. February 15, 2024. PBS To Air Gregg Allman Live: Back To Macon, GA. American Public Television is excited to announce the release of GREGG ALLMAN LIVE: BACK TO MACON, GA, coming to select public television stations and on… More > December 13, 2023. Allman Brothers Band Announces Release of Manley Field House from April 7, 1972.

  5. 27 de may. de 2017 · Gregg Allman, the soulful singer-songwriter and rock n’ blues pioneer who founded The Allman Brothers Band with his late brother, Duane, and composed such classics as “Midnight Rider,”...

  6. Gregg Allman: The Wild Times, Lost Years and Rebirth of a Southern-Rock Legend. The Allman Brothers singer survived nearly 50 years of epic shows and unimaginable disaster – but there was one...

  7. 28 de may. de 2017 · Gregg Allman, whose bluesy vocals and soulful touch on the Hammond B-3 organ helped propel the Allman Brothers Band to superstardom, died Saturday. He was 69. Allman died peacefully and surrounded by loved ones at his home near Savannah, his manager, Michael Lehman, told The Associated Press.