Haynes discusses the end of the Allmans, jamming with the members of the Grateful Dead and his new solo album, “Ashes and Dust.”
Born and raised in North Carolina, Haynes is a former member of the Allman Brothers Band and, yes, he has some feeling about the rebel flag.
“When I started working with the Dead, they didn’t really want someone to sound like Jerry. Because when you lose such an amazing chemistry like that, you’re never gonna get it again; you may as well look in other directions.”
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The album hits stores July 24.
Warren Haynes will celebrate a major milestone this year.
The Allman Brothers play their final show at The Beacon Theater. Emotions were high, solos were hot.
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If this is really the last one, they’re going out on top.
Following the announcement that Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes are leaving at the end of this year, Allman decides to retire the band.