It was regretfully announced that music icon Gregg Allman, key member of the Allman Brothers, passed away on May 27 after complications with liver cancer. Word on the performer's burial arrangements have been released, revealing that the intimate gathering will house between 75 to 100 people, while also including support from Allman's fans.
The performer's manager Michael Lehman spoke of details pertaining to those mourning the icon to Rolling Stone, requesting that those paying their respects follow his request by wearing simple jeans and a classy sports coat. "No suits," Allman had mandated.
Fans will be bordering the mile long route from Snow’s Memorial Chapel to the Rose Hill Cemetery that Allman's remains will be driven through in order to reach his final resting ground. He will be buried alongside his brother and bandmate Duane Allman, who was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident in 1971. He was 24.
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