Dickey Betts and Sena Ehrhardt

Southern-rock guitar hero Dickey Betts made his name with the Allman Brothers and such classics as “Ramblin’ Man,” “Jessica” and “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” that he wrote. While he’s been in and out of the revolving-door Allmans (out since 2000), he’s enjoyed a steady career fronting Great Southern, his band — with personnel changes, of course — for more than 35 years. Opening is Minnesota’s top-notch blues thrush Sena Ehrhardt. Jon Bream

Where

Medina Entertainment Center

500 Hwy. 55Medina, MN

When

Date: Ended 04/19/14

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