Gregg Allman


Gregory Lenoir Allman, known to the public as Gregg Allman (Nashville, 8 December 1947 - Richmond Hill, 27 May 2017), was an American singer, keyboard player and blues rock guitarist, famous for having founded the Allman Brothers Band together with his brother Duane Allman. Gregg was introduced to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995 as a member of the Allman Brothers Band and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2006. The distinctive southern stretch of his voice allowed him to be proclaimed seventy best voice of all time by Rolling Stone.