The Allman Betts Band shared they will go on hiatus for most of the year. The band released a statement on their social media platforms, assuring fans, despite the pause, they will return to the road for the 6th annual Allman Family Revival concerts around Thanksgiving 2022.
Devon Betts and Duane Allman shared, “After 3 years of album making, non-stop touring, song writing, globe-trotting, COVID dodging, ETC… We are putting The Allman Betts Band on hiatus.” They continued, “We are aiming for a return to the stage at the end of 2022 for the 6th annual Allman Family Revival concerts, held between Thanksgiving and Christmas.”
In the caption, they clarified, “All 5 Allman Family Revival make-up dates in February (Macon, Phoenix, San Francisco, Los Angeles, & Las Vegas) as well as The Gasparilla Festival will be played.”
The band formed in 2018 and released their first studio album in 2019, Down To The River, followed by Bless Your Heart in 2020. Betts and Allman are joined by bassist and second-generation founding member Berry Oakley Jr., in addition to keyboardist John Ginty, drummer John Lum, percussionist R. Scott Bryan, and guitarist Johnny Stachela.
Read the official statement below.