Marcus King, Chad Gamble, Lamar Williams, Jr., Audley Freed, and Jimbo Hart Are Jamming With Him on Volume.com to Celebrate
Live Stream Concert to Commemorate & Celebrate Gregg’s Birthday
Benefiting The American Heart Association & The Allman Brothers Band Big House Museum
“In celebration of Gregg Allman’s birthday, Instrumenthead Live and Volume.com, will stream Peter Levin & Friends performance to benefit the American Heart Association and The Allman Brothers Band Big House Museum in Macon, GA
“Thank you to all my family, friends, fans, and extended music community for your overwhelming love and support during my recovery from my emergency heart transplant. I hope you all enjoy this show. I feel there is no better way to say thank you to you all than sharing the gift of music. – Peter Levin
Livestream Event Details:
Date: Wednesday, December 8th, 2021
Time: 7 PM CT / 8 PM EST
Where To Stream: www.volume.com/instrumentheadlive
Tickets: FREE (Donations will be accepted during the stream)
With: Marcus King, Chad Gamble, Lamar Williams, Jr., Audley Freed, and Jimbo Hart
Peter Levin, longtime organist for The Gregg Allman Band and Blind Boys of Alabama, has
gone through an unbelievable and traumatic ordeal a few weeks ago, having undergone a last-minute, unplanned heart transplant in Nashville. Due to this massive surgery, he must take time to rehab and recover, which means no touring for the foreseeable future and an immense number of medical bills. The entire jam scene has been generous in helping with his recovery fund on GoFundMe.
Annie Thornhill, Executive Director of The American Heart Association Nashville, commented, “Stories like Peter’s give so much hope for a healthier future for everyone. We are so grateful for survivors like Peter who are willing to share their story to help spread awareness of the mission of the American Heart Association.”
“Last Spring we put together an online virtual concert festival called The Revealed Concert Series to promote my upcoming book, INSTRUMENTHEAD REVEALED. For one of the sets we put a band together, which consisted of Peter Levin, Jimbo Hart, Chad Gamble and Lamar Williams Jr. I told Peter since we had all these guys in the room maybe he should try to get Audley Freed to come in and do another set of Allman Brothers music. The result of Audley showing up is what you’re about to see in this stream. I am so proud we are able to release this video and it means so much more now after everything that Peter has gone through. This show truly is a celebration of life!” said Michael Weintrob.
Greg Nacron of Volume.com adds, “We could not be more thankful and excited to distribute such a special show. With so much happening in the world right now, Volume.com is committed to sharing positive content like this with the planet. We’re huge fans of Peter’s music and all the players that are part of this incredibly kind benefit.”
“It’s truly an honor to be able to be a part of such a special night of music for an incredible cause,” adds Chris Pizzolo of Immediate Family Records.
Volume is a new live streaming platform dedicated to helping musicians of all stripes to bring their music to fans with a seamless and collaborative interface.
About American Heart Association
From humble beginnings, the AHA has grown into the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. A shared focus on cardiovascular health unites our more than 40 million volunteers and supporters as well as our more than 2,800 employees. The AHA has invested more than $4.8 billion in research, making us the largest not-for-profit funding source for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease research next to the federal government
About Peter Levin
Peter currently runs his recording studio in Brooklyn, called Moon Palace NYC, where he has worked with Public Enemy, Korn, Train, The Beastie Boys, Gym Class Heroes, and The Blind Boys of Alabama. In 2014, Peter received a Platinum record for his collaboration with Train on the album “Save Me, San Francisco,” and in 2012, a Gold record for his collaboration with Gym Class Heroes.
About Allman Brothers Band at The Big House Museum
The Allman Brothers Band Museum at The Big House is the #1 most visited tourist destination by Trip Advisor with patrons coming from all around the world to Macon, GA annually. The house, now a museum and venue space, was once where members of The Allman Brothers Band, their families, friends and roadies lived, worked and played from 1970 to 1973. More than a museum, The Big House is an experience showing what it looked and felt like when the band lived there. Their collection of ABB memorabilia and artifacts is the most extensive in the world.
About Michael Weintrob
Since the beginning of his career Michael Weintrob has been photographing musicians in live, studio and location settings for a range of magazines, record labels and corporate clients. He has shot thousands of artists, mastering the art of telling stories and expressing emotion through his camera. He has also spearheaded numerous fund-raising efforts for musical causes. His passion project INSTRUMENTHEAD has been in development for over 20 years. During the 2020 pandemic, he launched the INSTRUMENTHEAD LIVE streaming concert series from his studio to raise funds for out of work musicians. He currently lives and works in Nashville.
Peter Levin – https://www.instagram.com/peterlevin111
Big House Museum – https://www.instagram.com/thebighousemuseum • https://twitter.com/bighousemuseum
Michael Weintrob – https://www.instagram.com/michaelweintrob • https://twitter.com/weintrobphoto
American Heart Association – https://www.instagram.com/american_heart • https://twitter.com/American_Heart
Volume – https://www.instagram.com/volume • https://twitter.com/GetOnVolume