Canceled: The Allman Betts Band
Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, the upcoming Allman Betts Band show at the Coonamessett Ballroom has been canceled. All tickets will be refunded in the next 3-5 business days. We are working to reschedule the show but it is likely that it will not be until next summer. The following is a statement from the band:
The Allman Betts Band are postponing 31 North American concerts in August and September. Devon Allman has been advised by doctors that he cannot perform during this time due to an upcoming surgery and the necessary recovery time. Devon is expected to make a complete recovery and will be back onstage in October.
In other news, Big Head Todd and the Monsters will wrap up their summer tour at the Coonamessett Ballroom on August 25th. Hope to see you there!
After a successful year touring as The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts, the sons of Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts are joining forces to form the Allman Betts Band.
They will kick off 2019 with a new Allman Betts Band album and a worldwide tour that will feature new music, songs from their solo projects, and classic Allman Brothers and Gregg Allman tunes in honor of the 50th Anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band. The new album, slated for release in the spring of 2019, will be recorded at the legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studios and will be produced by Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, John Prine, and Elvis Presley). Former Allman Brothers Band keyboardist and current rolling stones keyboardist, Chuck Leveall, will guest on the record.
The new ABB includes Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Berry Oakley Jr. (son of original Allman Brothers Band bassist Berry Oakley), Johnny Stachela (slide guitar), and Devon Allman Project percussionists R. Scott Bryan (Sheryl Crow) and John Lum.
The Allman Betts Band will launch a world tour in March and perform throughout 2019 at festivals, theaters, and historic venues.
Jason Charles Miller
Jason Charles Miller is an accomplished and multi-faceted performer, with more than two decades of professional experience as a musician, songwriter, singer, and voice actor.
Originally from Clifton, VA, Jason now lives in Los Angeles, CA where he owns and runs the successful recording complex, Central Command Studios.
Jason has co-written songs with artists Marilyn Manson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Rickey Medlocke [Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blackfoot], Charlie Starr [Blackberry Smoke], Ben Moody [Evanescence], Driver Williams [Eric Church Band], Chuck Goff [Toby Keith Band], Otherwise, Rev Theory and living legend Paul Anka. Songs he’s written can currently be heard on HBO’s True Blood and Hung, WWE Smackdown, The NFL Today, Dateline NBC, and the wildly popular web series Critical Role (main theme), The Guild, Loremasters, Callisto 6, Co-Optitude, Signal Boost, Dick and Johnson, The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy, Deborah Ann Woll’s Relics and Rareities and the official theme song for International Tabletop Day in 2017 and 2018. Jason was the musical mastermind behind the critically acclaimed and Streamy award nominated series Muzzled the Musical, writing every piece of music for the show and co-authoring the lyrics to every song. Jason co-wrote the smash single “Cruisin’ for a Bruisin” for the Disney Channel hit movie soundtrack, Teen Beach Movie. The soundtrack was #1 on the Billboard charts and “Cruisin’ for a Bruisin” was nominated for a Radio Disney Award. Jason also penned the all star collaboration "Forever In Our Hearts," a song to benefit the victims of the 2004 tsunami in South Asia which included Brian McKnight, Mya, Jacoby Shaddix [Papa Roach], Nate Dogg and many more. He’s produced songs for artists as varied as Billy Ray Cyrus, Tina Guo, James LaBrie of Dream Theater, Felicia Day, Godhead, Psyclon 9, and Bret Michaels.
As a solo artist, Jason has opened for country and rock greats Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Eric Church, .38 Special, Night Ranger, Gary Allan, Justin Moore, Big Kenny of Big and Rich, and Jerrod Niemann.
Originally hails from Kentucky. Stoll Vaughan’s career in music began in the late 1990s, when he left Interlochlen Arts Academy and went to Bloomington, IN to get involved at Echo Park Studios. Mike Wanchic producer and longtime guitarist for John Mellencamp discovered Stoll and took him under his wing and helped him develop the foundation for his songwriting. Being influenced by Bob Dylan, Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Stoll embarked on the journey of writing his own songs. By the mid ‘00s, he released two solo albums, Hold On Thru Sleep & Dreams and Love Like A Mule. Both were in the Top 10 on the Americana charts. He has toured with the likes of John Mellencamp, John Fogerty, James McMurtry, Marty Stuart and opened for a Def Leppard/Journey co-bill (to name a few). Vaughan made his way to LA via Nashville, where he now resides. His music has been featured in major motion pictures and television series such as True Blood, Friday Night Lights, Shameless, The Office, The Open Road and he composed music for David Lynch’s Webby Award winning Internet series Interview Project. Vaughan co-produced/co-wrote Sketches of American Music, the EP by Duane Betts (son of Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts). Most recently he co-wrote with The Allman Betts Band for their debut record, Down To The River. Stoll’s latest record The Conversation was co-produced by Carl Broemel, of My Morning Jacket and Mike Wanchic. The album’s title, Stoll says, signifies “being in a continual conversation regarding people, God, and the fears we carry around—and how music interplays with everything emotionally and spiritually.”