Big Band of Brothers
November 18 @ 7:30 pm
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Dynamic Big Band Jazz renditions of Allman Brothers Band favorites!
“…An accomplishment of a higher order”
“…A cast of shockingly talented musicians”
“…It’s really quite thrilling to hear these familiar
melodic lines delivered with a big band punch”
— Critical praise for Big Band of Brothers from DownBeat, Living Blues Magazine, etc.
High-powered 16-piece big band jazz ensemble Big Band of Brothers will perform the live debut of their highly acclaimed album, “A Jazz Celebration of The Allman Brothers Band” at Birmingham’s historic Lyric Theater on November 18th, accompanied by guest vocalist Randall Bramblett. Bramblett brings his own Allman Brothers-related history to the stage, plus a few original songs from his Sea Level days, newly rearranged for big band, which Chuck Leavell recorded with Germany’s famous Frankfurt Radio Big Band.
The Big Band of Brothers hail from Alabama and surrounding southern states, with strong representation by jazz faculty at The University of Alabama and Jacksonville State University. Collectively these seasoned pros have performed and recorded with artists as renown and diverse as Manhattan Transfer, Delfeayo Marsalis, Eric Essix, Jason Isbell, Aretha Franklin, Lou Marini, Oteil Burbridge, among many others. bigbandofbrothers.com
Vocalist Randall Bramblett is an esteemed singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with a career spanning four decades, including several Allman Brothers related entries in his bio. His talent has earned the respect of peers and many of rock’s finest luminaries. He played in the Gregg Allman Band on the Laid Back album and tour, and later joined the jazz fusion band Sea Level with Chuck Leavell and other ABB alumnae. Randall has shared stages with artists including The Allman Brothers Band, Widespread Panic, Steve Winwood, Bonnie Raitt, and many more. randallbramblett.com
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