The Allman Brothers Band are no longer around but fans of the southern rockers can rejoice in the news that there is new music on the way in the form of a 50th anniversary package that will include some previously unreleased songs including the first demo the band ever recorded “Trouble No More”. The song will also end the collection with a live performance.

Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection” is set for a February 28th release.

Being released in a variety of formats, fans can download a digital version of the song, get a 10 album vinyl set, or a five CD set all set in chronologically order.

Along with the demo of “Trouble No More”, the previously unreleased tracks include live performances of “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’”, “Mountain Jam”, “I’m Not Crying”, “Loan Me a Dime”, “Blue Sky”, and “Little Martha”.

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