The Peacheaters & Truffle, 2018

Peacheaters01The Peacheaters,

An Allman Brothers Experience

With Special Guests,

Truffle

Saturday, Jan 13 at 7:30 pm

 

 

“The best Allmans tribute band you will see.”
– Carter Alan, WZLX-Boston’s legendary DJ

“The Peacheaters roar through Allman Brother’s favorites…”
– Steve Morse, The Boston Globe

“Truffle is musically tight, their lyrics are inspired and they do not rely on gimmicks for appeal. Instead, Truffle offers songs with the listener in mind – songs that have been masterfully crafted and arranged.”
– Showcase / Fosters Daily Democrat

“I’m happy to be back on stage with Truffle this year. Truffle is a world class band. First and foremost they write great songs. I have played music with the best in the world; Truffle holds their own and then some.”
– Bill Payne (Little Feat)

From Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More to Whippin’ Post, the Peacheaters dig deep into the Allman Brothers’ three+ decades of music and deliver an experience that keeps the vibe alive.

Celebrating 30 years as a band in 2016, Truffle are passionate players and entertainers who are in it for the long haul; it’s what they do and who they are! Their travels have taken them to all but ten states in the US; and now tour the New England region constantly. The ongoing list of international acts they have supported is huge: Dave Matthews Band, Little Feat, Bill Payne, Phish, The Band, Blues Traveler, The Radiators, Buckwheat Zydeco, Spin Doctors, Arlo Guthrie, Merl Saunders, Baba Ulatundje, New Riders Widespread panic and Toots and the Maytalls. They have released five full length albums, as well as numerous compilations. Their latest is “30th Double Bandiversary” Roots, and Soul music with strong songwriting makes for a truly unique Truffle sound all their own.

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