Gregg Allman, best known for fronting The Allman Brothers Band has died from complications due to liver cancer.
Allman's longtime manager said he died peacefully at his home Saturday in Savannah, Georgia, where he has been dealing with multiple health issues ever since being diagnosed with cancer 5 years ago.
It's reported that Gregg had finished his last record which will be released in September of this year.
Allman along with his brother Duane, founded their band in 1969, and Gregg rocked with them until their final show in 2014.
He became the band's frontman in 1971 after Duane was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident. He composed such hits as "Midnight Rider," "Whipping Post" and "Melissa."