Celebrate A Southern-Rockin' New Year's Eve with Dickey Betts and Great Southern.
Dickey Betts joined the Allman Brothers Band as second lead guitarist and singer in the late 1960s. In addition to matching bandleader Duane Allman lick for lick, Betts also wrote such memorable songs as "Revival" and the instrumental hit "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed." After Duane Allman was killed in a road accident in 1971, Betts and Allman's brother Gregg shared leadership of the band, with Betts writing and singing the group's biggest hit, "Ramblin' Man." Betts released his first solo album Highway Call, in 1974. The Allmans split up in 1976, and Betts formed Dickey Betts & Great Southern. The Allmans reformed in 1978, with Betts contributing "Crazy Love", "Angeline" and "Straight From the Heart." Betts returned with the Dickey Betts Band (becoming Dickey Betts & Great Southern in 2002). Dickey Betts was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995 as a member of the Allman Brothers Band.
8pm show - $50.00 tickets are for general admission seating. $75.00 tickets are reserved VIP booth seating on floor. Booths seat 5 or 6 people and you must purchase the whole booth when buying VIP tickets.
10pm show - $75.00 tickets are for general admission seating. There are no VIP tickets available for this show.
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