|Artist||Show Date||Venue Name||City||State||Country|
|The Allman Brothers Band||04/11/2014||Spirit of the Suwannee Music ParkSpirit of the Suwannee Music Park||Live Oak||FL||USA|
|The Allman Brothers Band||03/12/2009||Beacon TheatreBeacon Theatre||New York||NY||USA|
|The Allman Brothers Band||08/28/2005||Champlain Valley ExpositionChamplain Valley Exposition||Essex Junction||VT||USA|
|The Allman Brothers Band||03/22/2005||Beacon TheatreBeacon Theatre||New York||NY||USA|
|The Allman Brothers Band||03/21/2005||Beacon TheatreBeacon Theatre||New York||NY||USA|
|The Allman Brothers Band||03/28/2004||Beacon TheatreBeacon Theatre||New York||NY||USA|
|The Allman Brothers Band||03/26/1997||Beacon TheatreBeacon Theatre||New York||NY||USA|
|Phish||11/02/1996||Coral Sky AmphitheaterCoral Sky Amphitheater||West Palm Beach||FL||USA|
|The Allman Brothers Band||03/01/1996||Beacon TheatreBeacon Theatre||New York||NY||USA|
|Phish||11/16/1995||West Palm Beach AuditoriumWest Palm Beach Auditorium||West Palm Beach||FL||USA|
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