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Hittin' the Note, Relix, Beacon Program Package

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Hittin' the Note and Relix have a long, friendly relationship and have teamed together to offer you a special package of Allman Joy!   With the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band celebrating it's 40th anniversary both magazines have them as their feature, cover story.  For a discounted price you can get two magazines and the 32 page Beacon Program that was handed out at the historic 15 show run in March!

Inside the Relix issue you will find new interviews with Gregg Allman, Butch Trucks and Jaimoe along with additional reflections from Dr. John, Bonnie Bramlett, John Hammond and Boz Scaggs.  The issue also includes John Swenson on Duane Allman's legacy with Johnny Sandlin, Jimmy Johnson and Derek Trucks plus Oteil Burbridge speaking of Berry, Lamar and Woody and Chuck Leavell talking about The Family Feeling!

Hittin' the Note celebrates this legendary band's 40 years legacy with in-depth interviews with Gregg Allman speaking about his brother, Duane; Jaimoe talking about his new Jasssz Band and his career with the ABB plus Butch Trucks excitedly talking about www.Moogis.com - which broadcast all 15 shows of the now legendary Beacon Theatre 40th Anniversary run!  Additionally, in this issue is an all-encompassing interview with Derek Trucks about his magnificent new CD, Already Free.  And - Jessica Walden also writes about the new DVD release, Please Call Home, which captures all of the joy and sorrows, triumphs and tragedies that the Allman Brothers experienced under the roof of The Big House in Macon, Georgia on Vineville Avenue (Hwy 41).

The Beacon Program is a 32 page booklet with a varitey of articles about the band and it's special relationship with New York City.  Included is an excerpt from Randy Poe's book, Skydog, describing that fateful day 40 years ago on March 26, 1969 when the band first played together; Rowland Archer's memories of the Night They Closed The Fillmore East Down; Josh Chasin's reflections on the ABB's 20 years history at the Beacon Theatre and an interview with Eric Clapton remembering Skydog.

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