The Allman Brothers Release “At Fillmore East” | This Week in Music History

On March 12-13, 1971, The Allman Brothers Band recorded their first live album, “At Fillmore East,” rated one of the greatest live albums in rock and roll history. Hear from Gregg Allman as he talks about the tragic events that followed the record’s success on This Week In Music History.

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