PANAMA CITY — In what promises to be one of the most historic music events of the year, acclaimed Southern Rock Legacy band A Brothers Revival and the Panama City POPS Orchestra perform the new show "A Night On The Road" at 6 p.m. Oct. 5 at SweetBay Master-Planned Community, 3204 Heartleaf Ave. East, in Panama City. Event is free.

A Night On The Road is a collaboration by two accomplished musicians, David Goldflies, former bassist with the Allman Brothers Band and music director for A Brothers Revival; and Destin's Dr. David Ott, who is widely acknowledged as one of America's greatest living composers.

A Brothers Revival brings authenticity to the performances of the music of the Allman Brothers Band. Combining those with the superlative orchestrations provided by Ott promises to make this performance of "A Night on the Road" a night to remember.

The Panama City POPS Orchestra is committed to presenting excellent live symphonic music which engages and educates audiences of all ages. Ott is lifting the orchestra to new heights with innovative programming including A Night on the Road and by insisting on the highest musical standards in each performance.