Matt Cameron Joins Tedeschi Trucks Band In Seattle


Tedeschi Trucks Band performed at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle on Friday night where they welcomed veteran grunge drummer Matt Cameron for a cover of The Allman Brother Band instrumental opus, “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed.”

Cameron joined the TTB rhythm section for the Dicky Betts-composed number as part of the band’s two drummer attack. Cameron was on the vanguard of the grunge movement, gaining fame as Soundgarden’s drummer and later joining fellow grunge godfathers Pearl Jam as well as the supergroup made up of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden members, Temple Of The Dog.

The Emerald City show also featured Allen Toussaint’s “Get Out My Life, Woman” with renowned Texas guitarist Ian Moore sitting-in. Watch Cameron and Moore’s guest spots posted by John Herman below:

In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed

Get Out My Life, Woman


Tedeschi Trucks Band at Paramount Theatre

Set 1
  • Shame
  • Don't Drift Away
  • The Letter  
  • Don't Know What It Means
  • Somebody Pick Up My Pieces  
  • Laugh About It
  • Get Out of My Life, Woman  
  • Signs, High Times
  • Idle Wind
Set 2
  • Keep On Growing  
  • High & Mighty
  • Get What You Deserve  
  • Don't Keep Me Wonderin'  
  • In Memory of Elizabeth Reed  
  • It's So Heavy
  • I Want More
  • How Blue Can You Get?  
  • Bound for Glory
  • Part of Me
  • Sing a Simple Song / I Want to Take You Higher  

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