Dickey Betts Tickets

Dickey Betts, born Forrest Richard Betts on December 12, 1943 in West Palm Beach, Florida, is an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter, most known for his work as a founding member of the southern blues/rock group The Allman Brothers Band. Betts was the band's second lead guitarist, behind Duane Allman, and contributed significantly to their trademark dual lead guitar sound.

Our service, selection and competitive pricing are certain to impress you! Showtime Ticket Services has supplied preferred seating and difficult to obtain tickets for all Sports, Theater and Concert Events Worldwide for over 20 years.

Dickey Betts Tickets available now! ShowTime Ticket Services specializes in tickets for all tour venues.

Dickey Betts Tickets continued.

Dickey Betts Tickets

Sorry, no dates are listed. Be first to be notified when tickets become available!

Overall Average Dickey Betts Rating

Dickey Betts Tickets Continued

He wrote songs like "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and "Blue Sky" that became radio and concert staples. After the death of Duane Allman in late 1971, Betts became the band's sole guitarist, and also took on a greater singing and leadership role. He went on to write such Southern Rock classics as "Jessica", and the Allmans' biggest commercial hit, "Ramblin' Man".

Betts' first solo album, Highway Call, was released in 1974, and featured the late fiddle player Vassar Clements. After the Allmans fell apart in 1976, Betts released more albums, starting with Dickey Betts and Great Southern in 1977, which featured the hit "Bougainvillea".

Having left the Allman Brothers Band in 2000, Betts now tours with his own band, Dickey Betts and Great Southern, which has recently added Dickey's son, Duane Betts, on lead guitar. In 2005 Betts released the live DVD "Live from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.