Gregg Allman still en route to Charleston after tour bus crash last week

Gregg Allman, founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, plays a local solo show after his crew survived a tour bus accident last week.

Gregg Allman and his crew ran into some trouble on the road last week, but they have continued on the tour that will make its way to the Charleston Music Hall on Thursday. The musician’s 10 sound engineers were on a tour bus on Interstate 77 on April 6 when the driver choked and swerved off into an embankment in Jackson County, West Virginia, according to media reports in the town. Three crew members were treated at a local hospital and released. Allman still played his show in Charleston, West Virginia, that evening.

A pioneer of Southern rock and founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, Allman is known for his bluesy guitar skills and iconic voice. Although the Allman Brothers Band ended its 45-year career in 2014, the lead singer has continued to release music and tour the country. He’s in the process of recording and releasing a new solo record.

When: 8 p.m. Thursday

Where: 37 John St.

Price: $59.50-$74.50

More info: www.charlestonmusichall.com