Trouble No More adds a second show to the Beacon Theater on the anniversary of ABB’s first jam session

[UPDATE 1/18/21]: More problems, the brand new Allman Brothers Group tribute act, announced a second concert at New York’s beacon theater on Saturday, March 26 after the band’s first show sold out on Friday, March 25.

The initial, one-off performance of Trouble No More on 3/25 was intended as a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Allmans’ beloved 1972 album, Eat a peach. The new date of Saturday March 26 adds an extra layer of historical significance to the proceedings: On March 26, 1969, 53 years to the day before the Saturday show, a still-unnamed six-piece band opened their very first rehearsal with a blanket of muddy waters‘ “More problems”. This group would soon become known as the Allman Brothers Band.

On October 28, 2014, several decades and evolutions later, the Allman Brothers Band played their final gig at New York’s beacon theater, a place that has long been the group’s home base. After final farewells and speeches, the band closed the show with one last song, the same one they started with in 1969: “Trouble No More”.

The new Trouble No More set due to appear at The Beacon in March 2022 will continue this ever-expanding story in more than name. The group is made up of a cross-generational mix of ABB descendants, co-workers, proteges and extended “family” members, including Brandon “Taz” Niederauer (guitar/vocals), Daniel Donat (guitar/vocals), Dylan Niederauer (bass guitar), Jack Ryan (drums), Nikki Glaspie (drums), Lamar Williams Jr. (singing), Pierre Levin (keys) and Roosevelt Necklace (pedal steel guitar).

Pre-sale tickets for the new Trouble No More date at the Beacon Theater on Saturday March 26 are now available here using code “PEACH50”. Remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, January 21 at 10:00 a.m. ET. Find all the details of the ticket office here.


[1/4/22]: Music and the Legacy of The Allman Brothers Group will be exhibited in New York beacon theater on March 25 thanks to a new group, More problems. The performance comes to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Allman Brothers Band’s famous 1972 LP, Eat a peach.

The featured set Trouble No More, named after the muddy waters famous song covered and published by the Allmans on numerous occasions, presents Brandon “Taz” Niederauer (guitar/vocals), Daniel Donat (guitar/vocals), Dylan Niederauer (bass guitar), Jack Ryan (drums), Nikki Glaspie (drums), Lamar Williams Jr. (singing), Pierre Levin (keys) and Roosevelt Necklace (pedal steel guitar).

Appearing in the legendary venue where the Allman Brothers Band played 238 consecutive sold-out shows, this new band represents a mix of direct Allman Brothers Band descendants, collaborators, proteges and extended “family” members who are making their own way in today’s music world – a living reminder that this road truly does last forever.

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Advance tickets for the first Trouble No More performance on March 25 at the Beacon Theater are available now [Passcode: PEACH50]. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, January 7 at 10 a.m. ET. For ticketing details, go to here.

Part of the proceeds from the Trouble No More tribute to 50 years of Eat a peach at the Beacon Theater on March 25 will benefit the Big House Foundation in Macon, GA, the hometown of ABB. The Big House Foundation’s primary mission is to preserve and promote the rich musical heritage and inclusive diverse culture of the Allman Brothers Band through programs focused on education and exposure.