October 27, 2023

Doors: 7:00 PM - Show: 7:00 PM

Friends of the Bros (72)

Soundcheck Studios

150 Corporate Park Dr, Pembroke, MA, 02359

Date & Time

Friday, October 27, 2023

7:00 PM


Soundcheck Studios

150 Corporate Park Dr, Pembroke, MA, 02359

  • $30 Advance // $35 Day of Show
  • 21+ Event, Valid ID Required
  • Full Bar Available
  • Doors 7pm, Music at 8pm
  • No ticket refunds

About Friends of the Brothers

This is a book release celebration for author Alan Paul's New York Times instant bestseller Brothers and Sisters: The Allman Brothers Band and the Inside Story of the Album That Defined The 70s.

The event will include an author discussion and Q&A hosted by another NYT bestselling author - Buffalo Tom's Bill Janovitz, who wrote Leon Russell, followed by a book signing and a full musical performance featuring Friends of the Brothers and more.

“If you want to know the real deal, read Alan Paul.”

―Oteil Burbridge

“No journalist knows the ins and outs of the Allman Brothers Band better than Alan Paul.”

―Warren Haynes

“Alan has captured the era with deep research and his savvy writing skills."

―Chuck Leavell

“There is no greater tour guide on this journey than Alan Paul’s Brothers and Sisters.”

―Cameron Crowe

Band Members:

Alan Paul (Brothers and Sisters)

Junior Mack (Jaimoe, Phil Lesh, Oteil)

Andy Aledort (Dickey Betts)

Craig Privett (Zach Nugent)

Dave Diamond (Zen Tricksters, New Assembly of Dust)

Lee Finkelstein (Blues Brothers, Steve Cropper)

Mike Katzman (The Electrix)

About Pat McGee

The Pat McGee Band is what is commonly referred to as a band of journeyman musicians. In the 25 years since their initial formation, they’ve acquired a fanatical popular following, one that was so determined that it produced sales of over 100,000 copies of their first three albums and eventually caused Warner Bros. Records to take notice and sign the group to an exclusive contract at the end of the ‘90s. The band’s dedication to working the road was so steadfast that at one point in their ten year touring stint, they played a remarkable 98 concerts in a period of 103 days. They shared stages with the Who, the Allman Brothers, James Taylor, and many more, and also achieved the ultimate honors -- performing for president Bill Clinton, touring with the USO and sharing their songs onboard the USS Eisenhower with 5,000 servicemen and servicewomen serving a tour of duty in the Arabian Sea.

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