Eat a Peach is North Carolina's finest tribute to The Allman Brothers Band. Eat a Peach performs both old and new Allman Brothers material. Featuring five of North Carolina's best jam band musicians.
Incredible show in MB SC yesterday! I’m a huge fan of the music. Their rendition of the song,” Sweet Melissa” made me tear up as it reminded me of the day that I had my daughter with that name... Have seen the Allman Brothers several times in the past. Honestly, these guys impressed me more. They were really in the zone on “Whipping Post “ which would have got a standing ovation if they didn’t go directly into “ In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” . Man, what a sexy show! These guys gave it all, expected little. Loving them! So do our friends!
Went to the Carolina Opry Last night in Myrtle beach and seen a great performance by the band. Great music and good time.
Price Range: $1000 and up
Gig Length: 120 - 240 minutes
What to Expect
Dueling lead guitars, crisp concise percussion, thunderous bass, awesome keyboards and roaring vocals to bring the Allman Brothers experience to your event.
Eat a Peach is a collaboration of North Carolina's finest jam band musicians. Eat a Peach performs old and new material from the Allman Brothers musical catalog.
Additional Booking Notes
Eat a Peach requires a roof overhead for outside shows if any chance of weather is forecast. Eat a Peach requires one GFI protected circuit for power.
Don't Want You No More
It's Not My Cross to Bare
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
One Way Out
Sail on Sail Away
Can't Take it With You
Just Ain't Easy
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
Nobody left to run with anymore
Back where it all began
I'm no Angel
Good Clean Fun
Influences & Inspiration
Obviously The Allman Brothers Band, Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, Warren Haynes, Derrick Trucks, Barry Oakley.