Livestream Peach Music Festival 2022

Peach Fest celebrates its tenth anniversary this year after a two-year hiatus, and we’re thrilled to livestream select sets from the Allman Brothers Band-founded festival for free, exclusively for our subscribers!

Check out the full schedule of festival livestreams June 30–July 3.

LIVESTREAM THE PEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL

LIVESTREAM THURSDAY’S LINEUP

On Thursday June 30, watch Midnight North and Samantha Fish open the festival, headliner Billy Strings, and a late-night set from Allman Brothers tribute band Trouble No More.

LIVESTREAM FRIDAY’S LINEUP

Start the afternoon with Eggy, ease into the weekend with JRAD and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, and catch every set in between.

LIVESTREAM SATURDAY’S LINEUP

Don’t miss Karina Rykman, The Revivalists, and back-to-back sets from Trey Anastasio and Goose.

LIVESTREAM SUNDAY’S LINEUP

Close out the weekend with Duane Betts, Maggie Rose, The Wailers, and G. Love.

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Trouble No More Picks Up Where the Allman Brothers Left Off in New York

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Eat A Peach.

Trouble No More is picking up where the Allman Brothers Band left off. The new group celebrating the Allmans will play their debut this weekend at the Beacon Theater in New York, where the Allman Brothers played some of their most special shows and performed for the last time in 2014. The two-night run on March 25th & 26th falls 53 years exactly from the Allman Brothers’ first rehearsal and marks the 50th anniversary of their 1972 album Eat a Peach

Booking agent CJ Strock, who represented ABB for many years, pulled the band together. Named for the Muddy Waters cover that started the Allman Brothers’ career, Trouble No More is fittingly founded on another sibling duo, guitarist Brandon “Taz” Niederauer and bassist Dylan Niederauer, who are eager to keep up their idols’ tradition of electric live shows. Peter Levin, who played keyboard with the Gregg Allman Band, is on board and Lamar Williams, Jr., whose father was the Allman Brothers’ bassist for several years, will lead vocals. Trouble No More also features guitarist and singer Daniel Donato, drummer Jack Ryan, pedal steel guitarist Roosevelt Collier, and drummer Nikki Glaspie from The Nth Power. 

In honor of the album’s anniversary, Trouble No More curated a playlist of the best live tracks from Eat a Peach, available exclusively in the nugs.net app.

Trouble No More’s Friday night show is sold out, but tickets are still available for Saturday night, which marks the 53 year anniversary of the Allman Brothers Band’s very first rehearsal together on March 26, 1969. Follow @nugsnet on Twitter for a chance to win front row seats for Saturday, March 26th at the Beacon Theater!