One of the many highlights of the Brooklyn Comes Alive 2-day weekend festival this past September came during a special tribute show titled "The Road Goes On Forever: Celebrating The Music of the Allman Brothers, " which was held at Williamsburg's Brooklyn Bowl. Above, you can watch pro-shot footage of Eric Krasno leading a fiery rendition of ABB's 1970 song "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed."
The one-off group consisted of longtime Gregg Allman band member Scott Sharrard, Al Schnier, Vinnie Amico, Bernard Purdie, Nate Werth, Brett Bass, and Joey Porter. Special guest Eric Krasno and Sharrard trade playing the song's opening riff before Kraz explodes into an energetic solo. A strong rhythmic foundation supports a warm organ-filled break, which leads into Scott's soulful and climactic guitar solo. A 3-way percussion jam towards the end puts the finishing touches on the group's creative take on the original.
For concert tickets and more, check out Eric Krasno's Zumic artist page.