Danny ClinchThe Allman Brothers Band may have retired, but Gregg Allman isn’t slowing down. He’s just announced a 21-date spring U.S. tour, kicking off in Ohio in March, and wrapping May 9 in Austin, Texas.

Allman, who turned 67 last month, has rarely been more busy. He just wrapped up an outing that concluded with a show Sunday night at AT&T park in San Francisco. He also scored a Grammy nomination for Best American Roots Performance, for his fresh take with Taj Mahal on the Allman Brothers staple “Statesboro Blues,” from last year’s album Gregg Allman: All My Friends.

Speaking of friends, Allman will be supported this spring on various dates by Nashville-based blues rockers SIMO, Americana fiddle player and singer/songwriter Amanda Shires, and Allman’s son Devon Allman and his Devon Allman Band.

For ticket info, head to GreggAllman.com. Here’s the tour itinerary:

3/13 — Northfield, OH, Hard Rock Casino
3/14 — Toledo, OH, Stranahan Theatre
3/17 — Kalamazoo, MI, State Theatre
3/19-20 — Chicago, IL, House of Blues
3/21 — Florence, IN, Belterra Casino Resort
3/24-25 — Milwaukee, WI, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
3/27 — Minneapolis, MN, Pantages Theatre
3/28 — Riverside, IA, Riverside Casino & Golf Resort
4/18 — Live Oak, FL, Wanee Music Festival
4/24 — Los Angeles, CA, Roxy Theatre
4/25 — Indio, CA, Stagecoach
4/28-29 — Agoura Hills, CA, The Canyon
5/1 — Tucson, AZ, Fox Tucson Theatre
5/2 — Scottsdale, AZ, Talking Stick Resort & Casino
5/5 — San Antonio, TX, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
5/6 — Stafford, TX, Stafford Performing Arts Center
5/8 — Grand Prairie, TX, Verizon Theatre
5/9 — Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Live

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