With the death of Gregg Allman, the Allman Brothers Band is no more, the next generation is taking over with Gregg’s son Devon and Dickey Betts son Duane.

The duo have formed a band of their own – The Allman Betts Band and have their debut album – “Down to the River” – set for a June 28 release.

The band has hit the road to support their album and will also be joining John Fogerty on a few of his summer concert dates.

The Allman Betts Band tour dates:
June 19 at the Acorn Theater in Three Oaks, MI
June 20 at the Taft Theatre Ballroom in Cincinnati, OH
June 21 at the Express Live in Columbus, OH
June 22 at the Kokomo Performing Arts Center in Kokomo, IN
June 23 at the Cumberland Caverns in McMinnville, TN
June 25 at the Paramount in Bristol, TN
June 26 at the Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount, VA
June 27 at the State Theatre in State College, PA
June 28 at the Rochester International Jazz Festival in Rochester, NY
June 29 at the Back Home Festival in New Martinsville, WV
June 30 at the Blues from the Top in Winter Park, CO
July 2 at the Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI
July 5 at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center in Westhampton, NY
July 6 at the John Drew Theater in East Hampton, NY
July 7 at the Wall Street Theater in Norwalk, CT
July 8 at the Ocean City Music Pier in Ocean City, NJ
July 14 at the Suwalki Blues Festival in Suwalki, Poland
July 16 at the Backstage Halle in Munchen, Germany
July 17 at the Rockhal in Luxembourg, Luxembourg
July 19 at the Narcao Blues Festival in Marcao, Italy
July 20 at the Ramblin Man Fair in Maidstone, UK

July 21 at the Blues Peer in Peer, Belgium
July 22 at the Blues Garage in Isernhagen, Germany
July 23 at Die Kantine Neusser in Cologne, Germany
July 24 at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, Netherlands
July 26 at the Peach Music Fest in Scranton, PA
July 28 at the Herzberg Festival in Herzberg, Germany
July 29 at the Markthalle in Hamburg, Germany
July 30 at the Lido in Berlin, Germany
July 31 at the Hirsch in Nurnberg, Germany
Aug 2 at the Notodden Blues Festival in Notodden, Norway
Aug 9 at the Bold Point Park in Providence, RI
Aug 10 at the Bayfront Blues Festival in Duluth, MN
Aug 11 at the Maine Savings Pavilion in Portland, ME
Aug 13 at the Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion in Boston, MA
Aug 15 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, NY
Aug 16 at the Ann Arbor Blues Festival in Ann Arbor, MI
Aug 17 at the Hopewell Music Festival in Troy, OH
Aug 20 at the Skyloft in Albany, NY
Aug 21 at the Coonamessett Ballroom in Falmouth, MA
Aug 22 at the Academy of Music in Northampton, MA
Aug 24 at the Lockn Festival in Arrington, VA
Aug 28 at the 20 Monroe Livei n Grand Rapids, MI
Aug 29 at The Arcada Theatre in ST. Charles, IL
Aug 30 at the Sweetwater Performance Pavilion in Ft. Wayne, IN
Aug 31 at the Rock Austism Festival in Ellicotville, NY
Sept 1 at the Cove Haven Southern Festival in Lakeville, PA
Sept 5-8 at the Big Blues Bender in Las Vegas, NV
Sept 10 & 11 at the MIM in Phoenix, AZ
Sept 13 at the Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs, CO
Sept 14 at the Telluride Blues and Brew in Telluride, CO
Sept 16 & 17 at the Eat to the Beat Concert in Orlando, FL
Sept 21 at The Great Frederick Fair in Frederick, MD
Oct 19 at the Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival in New Orleans, LA
Oct 23 at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston, SC
Oct 27 at the Pembroke Pines City Center in Pembroke Pines, FL
Oct 31 at The Mercantile in Huntsville, AL
Nov 1 at the Woltosz Theatre in Auburn, AL
Nov 15 at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT