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please call home - the big house documentary

From January of 1970 until early 1973, the Grand Tudor-style mansion at 2321 Vineville Avenue in Macon, Georgia served as the communal hub around which the family and musical world of the Allman Brothers Band revolved. With three stories, 6,000 square feet, 18 rooms, a spacious kitchen, glorious bay windows, and an inviting front porch, it became known as the “Big House,” and the members of the band and its extended family truly turned it into a home filled with love, friendship, and brotherhood. They lived there, rehearsed there, wrote songs there, raised their children there, partied there - it was their castle, their sanctuary from the madness of rock and roll.

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