A Brother’s Revival

FRI • APRIL 14 • 8PM

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Tickets: $55.50, $39.50 | Limit 8 tickets per mailing address

DOORS 7PM • SHOWTIME 8PM
The Vogel • Basie Center Campus • 99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank


To bring the music of The Allman Brothers Band to life 50 years after Duane Allman formed the original band, a former member of the Allman Brothers, David “Rook” Goldflies (78-82), launched “A Brother’s Revival” to honor and do justice to the music of that legendary group. Wherever the band performs, they energize fans with performances that bring out the essence of what made the music of the Allman Brothers Band so lasting and powerful.  No detail was left out to achieve an authentic performance of the music of the Allman Brothers. Groundbreaking double leads, dual drummers, a rock-n-roll Timpani solo, and yes, even a real B-3 organ make this show authentic and exciting. The band has had standing ovations at every show they have played. These guys aren’t messin’ around!

During A Brother’s Revival’s two-and-a-half-hour show, they play all of the fan favorites, including Ramblin Man, Melissa, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed, Southbound, Whipping Post, Blue Sky, One Way Out, Soulshine, Revival, and others.

A Brothers Revival is unique in that the group has a musical director who recorded and toured with the Allman Brothers Band. David “Rook” Goldflies played in the Allman Brothers night after night on the road. His presence in A Brothers Revival gives the group a solid foundation to realize the full potential of the Allman Brothers’ powerful performances.

Another southern rock veteran, Mike Kach, is A Brothers Revival vocalist and keyboardist. Mike has toured with Dickey Betts in his band Dickey Betts and Great Southern for 12 years and was Dickey’s choice to sing the songs initially sung by Gregg Allman.

If you love the music of The Allman Brothers Band, you will be amazed how A Brother’s Revival has recreated the energy, vibe, and passion when performing this iconic music.

Presented by Count Basie Center for the Arts


Please note: The Count Basie Center for the Arts no longer requires proof of vaccination for entry at its historic theater, The Vogel or Basie Center Cinemas.

The Count Basie Center reserves the right to amend this policy as necessary, including at the request of certain artists or touring productions.

Masks are not required, though we strongly encourage their use and respect all patrons who choose to continue doing so.

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