Gregg Allman announced Monday that he will not be touring in 2017 and that his previously announced concerts scheduled for June have been cancelled.
"To do it right, we'd do a whole damn tour. I'm not ruling that out," says the Southern-rock icon, who will perform at the eclectic Peach this weekend
"It has been determined that Gregg will not be touring in 2017," Allman's site notified fans on Monday.
No reason was provided for the nixed gigs, which included four rescheduled June performances at Macon. Georgia's Grand Opera House as well as shows in Chattanooga, Robinsonville, Mississippi and a string of dates at New York's City Winery.
Health issues in recent years have prevented the usually nomadic Allman from touring at full capacity. In August 2016, the Allman Brothers great revealed that unspecified "serious health issues" would force him to cancel 28 gigs including some festival appearances.