Another spectacular performance put in by Mr. Gregg Allman last night at Ramshead Onstage. I wouldn't expect anything else, but I was a little nervous before this show because Gregg has had a couple rough months with some health issues and I wasn't sure if it would affect his set. It did not. Gregg came out onstage in his usual calm, cool manner - looked a little thinner than last time, but he was in great spirits and ready to thoroughly entertain his fans. He gave us a little bit of everything: A couple of his solo tunes - "I'm No Angel" and "Before The Bullets Fly"... a great new song called "Love Like Kerosene"...some classic Allman Brothers Band cover songs - "Statesboro Blues" (Blind Willie McTell), "Stormy Monday" (T-Bone Walker), "One Way Out" (Elmore James) which had all of us singing along... and of course the ABB gem, "Melissa". Gregg's not much of a talker in between songs, which is how I like it - just play the music! He did proudly introduce all his band members and even let them jam a little bit while he took a 10 minute break. He sang and played "Whipping Post" with so much emotion that it was the perfect song to do as the encore. Gregg's voice was as strong as ever - he has a beautiful gift that I'm so glad he's still able to share with us. Only a few more Allman Brother's Band concerts left this year before they go into band retirement, but I truly believe (and hope) that if Gregg's health allows, he'll be giving us goosebumps for a long time. Here's a little clip of some of his awesomeness from last night's show at Ramshead in Annapolis.