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  Alyssa Tumale - Trip to Macon, Georgia, to see the Allman Brothers Band, Otis Redding, and Little Richard sites. January 2018



Alyssa Tumale, a dedicated Allman Brothers Band fan, guitarist, and New York Univerity student visitied Macon George in January, 2018 with her father to tour the Allman Brothers sites. She sent in these photographs of her visit to PopSpots:


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SIte of "The Allman Brother's Band" album cover - 315 College Street



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Next door to "The Al,lman Brothers Band" album cover shot



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The Big House - 2321 Vineville



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The Rose Hill Cemetery entrance 1071 Riverside Drive.

Directions to the Duane and Greg Allman/Berry Oakley burial site:

“After entering the gate at Rose Hill Cemetery (make sure you are entering through Rose Hill and not the adjacent Oak Ridge Cemetery for the easiest way), go straight and drive down for a while (see the Central Avenue Division of the map). At the bottom of the hill, take a right along the railroad tracks.

Drive down and on your right behind a large tree will be a plot of graves where Liz Reed is buried. Keep going down the road and you can take a right on a paved road up the hill or go straight (if you'd like to see Soldiers Square) and wrap around on another paved road. Drive until you reach a set of stairs (there are a set of stairs along both roads). Walk across the area and you’ll find the Allman Brothers burial site.”



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Duane Allman and Berry Oakley gravesights



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Gregg Alman burial site



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Elizabeth Reed gravesite



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H & H Restaurant - 807 Forsyth Street (former proprieter: Mama Louise)



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Otis Redding statue - in the park on the Ocmulgee River at Riverside Drive and Martin Luther King Boulevard



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Otis Redding Foundation Museum - 339 Cotton Ave.



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The Grand Opera House - 651 Mulberry St.



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