Brothers and Sisters Jam benefits Big House museum

lshirley@macon.comFebruary 14, 2014 

Vic Stanley and Dustin McCook will perform an all Gram Parsons set Saturday at the Brothers and Sisters Jam.

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The second annual Brothers and Sisters Jam, being held Saturday at the Crazy Bull, will feature live entertainment and live and silent auctions, all to benefit the Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House.

Vic Stanley, accompanied by Dustin McCook, will perform an all Gram Parsons set to kick off the evening, said Big House Museum executive director Lisa McLendon, and the Bo Henry Band will wrap up the evening, with the auctions taking place between the two musical acts.

“One thing we just got in which is really cool is a pendant made out of guitar strings from the guitars of Gregg Allman, Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks. We have autographed guitars from .38 Special, Widespread Panic and one signed by both Steve Earle and Willie Nelson, and we have autographed posters and copies of Gregg Allman’s book, ‘My Cross to Bear,’ gift cards to local businesses and a set of bongo drums,” McLendon said of some of the items up for auction.

“Proceeds benefit the museum as it promotes the continued legacy of the Allman Brothers Band as well as the pivotal role Macon has played in music history and the music industry.”

Brothers and Sisters Jam

When: 8 p.m. Feb. 15

Where: The Crazy Bull, 473 Second St.

Cost: $50

Information: 478-741-5551

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