A Brother’s Revival featuring David Goldflies (formally of The Allman Brothers Band) and Mike Kach (member of Dickey Betts & Great Southern)
The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple
420 N Washington Ave, Scranton, PA 18503
Scranton Cultural Center presents
A Brother’s Revival
Friday, April 1, 2022 at 7:30pm
Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Theatre | Doors at 7:00pm | Reserved Seating | Tickets $48.25-$28.25 | Full Capacity Seating
Visit the Tour Website at ABrothersRevival.com
A BROTHER’S REVIVAL:
A Brother’s Revival came together in 2019 as a celebration of the 50th
Anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band. Former member, David
Goldflies (78-82) and Mike Kach (singer/keyboard for Dickey Betts and
Great Southern) joined forces to honor David’s former band. It is the
most authentic Allman Brothers Band tribute that includes the fan’s
favorite songs in their original format, just as they were performed when
David toured with Greg, Dickey, Butch and Jaimoe.
A Brother’s Revival performs 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 so many others. The
stage is set up just as The Allman Brothers Band set the stage during
their most iconic years, including dual drum kits, timpani and a
Hammond B-3 organ. No detail is overlooked.
There are many ABB tributes on the market, but none that has a musical
director who recorded and toured with the group. As for vocals, Mike
Kach has been Dickey Betts choice to sing Gregg’s songs in his band,
Great Southern for the past 15 years. This is what makes A Brother’s
Revival the most authentic tribute to The Allman Brother Band.
NO REFUNDS / NO EXCHANGES
Patrons are asked to wear masks while inside the building | This show is being seated at full capacity without distancing
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