Jimmy Vivino, Marcus King & The Wood Brothers Join Tedeschi Trucks Band At The Beacon

Tedeschi Trucks Band continued their annual residency at The Beacon Theatre in New York City Tuesday night. The concert featured an opening set by The Wood Brothers, who were invited to join TTB during their headlining performance that also saw sit-ins by guitarists Jimmy Vivino and Marcus King.

Tedeschi Trucks Band opened their set with a cover of Sly & The Family Stone’s “Are You Ready?” and followed with “Made Up Mind” and “Do I Look Worried.” A few songs later guitarists Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi were joined by Vivino for takes on Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home” and “Had to Cry Today.”

After Vivino’s exit Oliver Wood emerged to augment renditions of “Ball And Chain” and “Done Somebody Wrong.” The rest of the set saw TTB perform “Laugh About It,” covers of “Sticks and Stones” and “How Blue Can You Get?” and a closing “Idle Wind.” The Wood Brothers were tapped to sit-in at start of the encore on Paul McCartney & Wings’ “Let Me Roll It.” Marcus King then got in on the action, taking the stage to lead the collective on Bill Withers’ “For My Friend.” King and The Wood Brothers also helped Tedeschi Trucks Band close out the night with a cover of The Rolling Stones’ “Sweet Virginia” that also saw Carey Frank

Listen to full show audio taped by Yossi Pollak, as well as audience-shot video highlights captured by Sean Roche below:

Audio

Video

[Can’t Find My Way Home > Had to Cry Today]

[Ball And Chain]

[Done Somebody Wrong]

[Let Me Roll It]

[For My Friend]

[Sweet Virginia]

Setlist

Set: Are You Ready > Made Up Mind, Do I Look Worried, Bird On The Wire, Anyday, Right On Time, Sweet Mama Janisse, Can’t Find My Way Home [1] > Had To Cry Today [1], Ball & Chain [2], Done Somebody Wrong [2], Laugh About It, Sticks & Stones, How Blue Can You Get, Idle Wind

Encore: Let Me Roll It [3], For My Friend [4], Sweet Virginia [5]

Notes:

  • [1] with Jimmy Vivino
  • [2] with Oliver Wood
  • [3] with The Wood Brothers
  • [4] with The Wood Brothers and Marcus King
  • [5] with The Wood Brothers, Marcus King and Carey Frank

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