Dickey Betts played a key role making the Allman Brothers Band superstars in the early ‘70s, then returned the band to prominence in 1989 keeping the groups respected southern vanguard through the ‘90s. Original member of the Allman Brothers, Betts first found fame and fortune with the 1971 live album, “At Fillmore East”. During the new millennium as leader of Dickey Betts Band he continued to play elating fans worldwide. “Ramblin’ Man Live At The St. George Theatre” captures the real deal recorded July 21, 2018 Staten Island in New York City. The performance features several Allman Brothers Band classics, including 21 minute version of “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed.” Musicians include Dickey Betts, Duane Betts, Frankie Lombardi, Mike Kach, Pedro Arevalo, Damon Fowler and Steve Camiller, with special appearance from Devon Allman on “Midnight Rider.” This 90 minute performance released by BMG is now available on Blu-ray, CD and Double Vinyl. Visit the Official Dickie Betts Amazon Artist Store for Details.