The Allman Brothers Band may have ground to a halt, but former leader Gregg Allman clearly isn't planning on becoming a homebody.

Just off a series of well-received January dates, Allman has announced a spring tour with concerts stretching from March into May, including March 17 at The State Theatre in Kalamazoo.

Other highlights include stops at Stagecoach, the Wanee Festival and a pair of dates at the House of Blues in Chicago. Several concerts will include Gregg's son Devon Allman as an opening act.

The Allman Brothers Band ended their 45-year run with an epic three-set closing night on Oct. 28, 2014, at the Beacon in New York City. Since then, Allman has been nominated for a Grammy for his collaboration with Taj Mahal on the Allman Brothers Band's 'Statesboro Blues' from 2014's 'Gregg Allman: All My Friends,' his first solo project since 2011's 'Low Country Blues.'

Prior to that release, Allman had not released a solo album in 14 years. The Allman Brothers Band's '1971 Fillmore East Recordings' also received an expanded reissue in 2014.

Gregg Allman's Spring 2015 Tour
March 13 -- Northfield, Ohio, Hard Rock Casino
March 14 -- Toledo, Ohio, Stranahan Theatre
March 17 - Kalamazoo, State Theatre
March 19-20 -- Chicago, House of Blues
March 21 -- Florence, Ind., Belterra Casino Resort
March 24-25 -- Milwaukee, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
March 27 -- Minneapolis, Pantages Theatre
March 28 -- Riverside, Iowa, Riverside Casino & Golf Resort
April 18 -- Live Oak, Fla., Wanee Music Festival
April 24 -- Los Angeles, Roxy Theatre
April 25 -- Indio, Calif., Stagecoach
April 28-29 -- Agoura Hills, Calif., The Canyon
May 1 -- Tucson, Ariz., Fox Tucson Theatre
May 2 -- Scottsdale, Ariz., Talking Stick Resort & Casino
May 5 -- San Antonio, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
May 6 -- Stafford, Texas, Stafford Performing Arts Center
May 8 -- Grand Prairie, Texas, Verizon Theatre
May 9 -- Austin, Texas, Austin City Limits Live

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