Tedeschi Trucks Band Welcomes Col. Bruce Hampton, Ronnie McCoury & Del McCoury


Guitarists Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi had a busy weekend of festival appearances with the Tedeschi Trucks Band. On Friday, the group played DelFest in Maryland, where they were joined by the festival’s namesake Del McCoury and his son Ronnie McCoury. On Saturday, the band performed at the sixth annual Greenwich Town Party held at the Connecticut city’s Roger Sherman Baldwin Music Park featuring fellow headliners Hall & Oates and John Fogerty. Trucks’ band shared the stage with one of his musical teachers, Col. Bruce Hampton in Greenwich.

Friday’s Tedeschi Trucks Band set at DelFest saw the group aided by Del & Ronnie McCoury on George Jones’ “Color Of The Blues,” while Ronnie returned later to lend a hand on Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright.” The rest of the set was focused on material from the TTB’s three studio albums. Listen to taper Alex Leary’s audience recording of the Tedeschi Trucks Band’s DelFest set:

Saturday’s Tedeschi Trucks Band set at the Greenwich Town Party followed a similar script with a big exception. The TTB welcomed vocalist Col. Bruce Hampton to lead them through a cover of Bobby “Blue” Bland’s “Turn On Your Lovelight.” Watch a playlist featuring 10 videos from the TTB’s set in Greenwich starting with “Lovelight” and also including “Don’t Drift Away,” “The Sky Is Crying,” “Let Me Get By,” “I Want More,” “Sticks & Stones,” “Within You Without Me,” “Idle Wind,” “Don’t Know What It Means” and “Laugh About It” shot by videographer Scott Gibson

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