Bitter Southerner founder Chuck Reese will host an oral history of the festival and one of the finest albums in rock ‘n’ roll history.
If our going on a bit long about The Allman Brothers Band and the Atlanta Pop Festival in a recent column only whetted your thirst, you can quench it during a one-night-only music extravaganza at the Atlanta History Center on Saturday, Aug. 5.
ATL Collective is assembling Grammy Award nominees to reprise not only ABB’s classic 1972 “Eat a Peach” album but also memorable 1970 festival performances by Jimi Hendrix, B.B. King and Richie Havens.
Tickets for the show are $25, which includes free admission to the history center, access to food trucks and a cash bar.