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The Allman Brothers Band and the Inside Story of the Album That Defined the ’70s 

Book Event with Local Author Alan Paul
Thursday,  July 20, 2023 — 7:30 PM

This event is free and open to the public with no book purchase required.


New York Times bestselling author Alan Paul’s in-depth narrative look at the Allman Brothers’ most successful album, and a portrait of an era in rock and roll and American history. The Allman Brothers Band’s Brothers and Sisters was not only the band’s bestselling album, at over seven million copies sold, but it was also a powerfully influential release, both musically and culturally, one whose influence continues to be profoundly felt.

Celebrating the album’s fiftieth anniversary, Brothers and Sisters delves into the making of the album, while also presenting a broader cultural history of the era, based on first-person interviews, historical documents, and in-depth research.

ALAN PAUL is an author, journalist and musician whose last two books, TEXAS FLOOD and ONE WAY OUT have been instant New York Times bestsellers.  In addition to being a frequent contributor to numerous outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Alan founded Friends of the Brothers, the premier celebration of the music of the Allman Brothers Band.


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