Allman Brothers Band, Top 10, List

Top 10 Allman Brothers Band Songs

Just 3 years ago, Gregg Allman, founding member of the the Allman Brothers Band, died at the age of 69. As the band's main songwriter in the beginning, he wrote several of the band's biggest songs and played an instrumental part in the band's success.

Throughout the band's history, they've been awarded four platinum albums, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and they've had exactly 10 songs chart on Billboard's Hot 100. What were they? Check them out below!

10. "Revival (Love Is Everywhere)" (Idlewild South, 1970)
Peaked: #92 on Jan. 9, 1971

9. "One Way Out" (Eat a Peach, 1972)
Peaked: #86 on Dec. 23, 1972

8. "Melissa" (Eat a Peach, 1972)
Peaked: #86 on Aug. 19, 1972

7. "Ain't Wastin' Time No More" (Eat a Peach, 1972)
Peaked: #77 on May 13, 1972

6. "Nevertheless" / "Louisiana Lou And Three Card Monty John" (Win, Lose or Draw, 1975)
Peaked: #67 on Nov. 22, 1975

5. "Jessica" (Brothers and Sisters, 1973)
Peaked: #65 on Feb. 16, 1974

4. "Angeline" (Reach for the Sky, 1980)
Peaked: #58 on Oct. 11, 1980

3. "Straight From The Heart" (Brothers of the Road, 1981)
Peaked: #39 on Sept. 19, 1981

2. "Crazy Love" (Enlightened Rogues, 1979)
Peaked: #29 on May 5, 1979

1. "Ramblin' Man" (Brothers and Sisters, 1973)
Peaked: #2 on Oct. 13, 1973

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Article image: Trade ad for the Allman Brothers Band that appeared in the Mar. 17, 1979 issue of Billboard. (Capricorn Records [Available through Public Domain] via Wikimedia Commons.)

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