Allman Brothers tribute band Live at the Fillmore
Imagine the Allman Brothers, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton’s Cream all on one stage. While that may be impossible for a variety of obvious reasons, the music of all three will come together at the Trocadero for the Guitar Legends Tribute on June 30. The best part about this triple-threat tribute is the causes it supports. Both Philabundance and the Delaware Valley Alzheimer’s Association will receive proceeds from the show.
Tribute band Live at the Fillmore has received accolades from the very band they cover. Performing a set that focuses only on Allman Brothers music recorded with iconic founding guitarist Duane Allman and bassist Berry Oakley, the group provides an authentic Southern-rock experience.
Joining them is Kiss the Sky, the longest running Jimi Hendrix tribute act in the world. The show is eerily accurate, both visually and musically. The band even has a left-handed guitar player in Jimy Bleu, furthering the uncanny Hendrix effect.
Celebrating Cream, rock’s original power trio, Strange Brew offers stellar performances of the songs that turned Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker into ’60s superstars. Incorporating authentic wardrobes and exact replicas of Baker’s legendary drum kit and Clapton’s guitars, this band will make the Troc feel like London’s Royal Albert Hall.
1003 Arch St., Philadelphia
Thursday, June 30
Tickets start at $15