Three events paying tribute to the late Gregg Allman and celebrating the September 8 release of his final studio album, Southern Blood, have been confirmed for next month. Allman passed away on May 27 from complications of liver cancer at the age of 69, after completing what he knew would be his final recordings.

On September 7, Allman’s son, Devon, his friend and manager Michael Lehman, Gregg Allman Band guitarist/musical director Scott Sharrard and Southern Blood producer Don Was will pay homage with an evening of stories, memories and music at The Clive Davis Theater at The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.

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On September 9, The Big House Museum in Macon, GA, will host Devon Allman, Lehman, Sharrard, and Gregg Allman’s closest friend Chank Middleton who will offer their remembrances of the Southern rock and jam band pioneer. Macon Mayor Robert Reichert will declare Allman’s birthday, December 8, to be known as “Gregg Allman Day”.

And on September 15, a tribute event will take place in Nashville, TN as part of the 18th annual Americanafest at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Ford Theater. Devon Allman and Michael Lehman will share a stage with musicians Buddy Miller, Joan Osborne, Pony Bradshaw and John Paul White for the evening celebration.