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Scott Sharrard & Jack Pearson: Brothers by Proxy

Read "Scott Sharrard & Jack Pearson: Brothers by Proxy" reviewed by Doug Collette

As the legacy of the Allman Brothers Band looms ever larger with the passing years, those musicians outside the nucleus of the seminal Southern rock/blues band are building upon their early contributions to the group, plus their own prior work, in so doing elevating their profiles proportionately. Take Jack Pearson, for instance, whose stint with ABB from 1997 to 1999 is often overshadowed by Derek Trucks who assumed the guitar position upon Pearson's departure (Jack also participated in the short-lived ...