Devon Allman’s Honeytribe

Played 2011 & 2013

The Devon Allman Band

About Devon Allman’s Honeytribe

Devon Allman’s Honeytribe represents a new generation of blues rock practitioners.  It was only natural that Devon, son of the Allman Brothers Band’s Gregg Allman, form his own band in the great southern rock tradition of his dad and uncle.  Handling lead vocals and guitar for the St. Louis-based trio, he’s joined by George Potsos on bass and drummer Gabriel Strange.

The group’s first album, released in 2006, was “Torch” and established the band a force to be reckoned with, irrespective of its leaders DNA.  It was recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis (Devon: “the place where the ZZ Top and Stevie Ray Vaughn records were made”) and was followed late last year with the release of “Space Age Blues.” The new album, also recorded at Ardent,  features Huey Lewis guesting on harmonica and is  a loosely scripted concept album where, according to Devon, “Darth Vader meets B.B. King.”



What Passengers Think

This was our first cruise as well as first RLC. What a blast! NAHA knows how to do it right! Practically non stop music from big named artists to fabulous up and coming musicians, this cruise rocks! I got hooked for Sammy but seeing some of the other artists were also highlights! And everybody we met was very cool! Maybe not for VII, but we will be back in the future!

LeslieG, great experience! LeslieG, great experience!

We signed up for our first RLC Cruise (VI) 15 months in advance and counted down the days the entire time. I worried myself that it couldn’t possibly meet my own mountain-high expectations after that long wait. It absolutely did. Every band that we saw played at an amazing level (and some of them are over 70!). And they cared. These groups love playing this gig. It shows.

The ship and its crew were wonderful. Food was good. We had great weather. And to top it off, the people are amazing! Such a beautiful, hip, relaxed and respectful gathering of rock fanatics. This is truly my tribe and my vibe.

Can’t make RLC VII unfortunately but we’re just waiting for the announcement for RLC VIII later this year. This cruise is rock’s best kept secret.

Peter, New RLC Patron of Rock Peter, New RLC Patron of Rock