The Big House Museum Presents: Planet of The Abts (POA)

Saturday, August 29, 2015 — 6:00 pm

The Big House Museum Presents: Planet of The Abts (POA)
Allman Brothers Band Museum Big House In Door Show
2321 Vineville Ave Macon, GA 31204

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The Big House Museum Presents: Planet of The Abts (POA)

LOCATION CHANGE!!!

PLEASE NOTE:

DUE TO RAIN THE SHOW WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE COX CAPITOL THEATRE.

382 SECOND ST, MACON GA

 

Planet of the Abts (POA) is returing to Macon for the first time since 2012.  Featuring Matt Abts and Jorgen Carlson of Gov't Mule this is sure to be a great show.

Opening up will be OTIS.  Their heavy blues and deep influences shine through when they play. 

Both are great bands and will make for a stellar night of music in our back yard.  Come see the place The Allman Brthers Band called their home form 1970-1973 and hear how thier music has impacted these two great bands? 

POA (Planet of the Abts)

 

“All Things the Valley” June 2015 Album Release 

 

Emerging from the Grammy nominated rock band Gov’t Mule, POA (Planet of the Abts) consists of the locked and loaded rhythm section of drummer Matt Abts, killer bassist Jorgen Carlsson, and is fused with the incredible talents of Swedish guitarist and lead singer T-Bone Anderson.  Early summer 2015 marks the release of this trio's much anticipated second album, 

 
POA was born in 2011 and fuses rock, blues and at times pop. The members Abts, Carlsson and Anderson combine over three decades of writing recording and touring experience.  Coming from different sides of the rock world and different sides of the globe, (Anderson and Carlsson are from Sweden, while Abts was a US Army kid born in Panama), they found common ground in Los Angeles, CA where they create and play whenever they get a break from Gov’t Mule’s ongoing tour schedule.  

OTIS is a rocking group with their roots in the Kentucky blues and influenced by many Southern rock greats, including, of course, the Allman Brothers Band.   You can hear them on August 29 and September 27 in the backyard of the Big House!