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The Tedeschi Trucks Band busted out a cover after eight years, debuted a four-year-old original, premiered their take on a Funkadelic classic and teamed with Blackberry Smoke’s Charlie Starr at the Macon City Auditorium during their first concert of 2020.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band will visit more than 20 cities over the course of the 2020 Wheels Of Soul tour, which also features St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Gabe Dixon.
Tedeschi Trucks Band unveiled yet another acoustic set for their final show of 2019 at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston.
Tedeschi Trucks Band treated the Orpheum Theatre in Boston to an acoustic set full of blues classics.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band’s first of three shows at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre that mark the group’s final run of 2019 came on Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks’ 18th wedding anniversary.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band will take an unusual three-month hiatus from the road between winter and summer tours in 2020.
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About Susan Tedeschi
Born in Massachusetts, Tedeschi is an alum of Berklee College of Music and a master of contemporary blues guitar. In 1994, she formed the Susan Tedeschi Band and the group released their first album “Better Days” the following year. In 1997, Tedeschi signed to Tone-Cool records and released her second album, “Just Won’t Burn” in 1998. The album went Gold in the USA and garnered her a Grammy nomination for ‘Best New Artist’.
For the next few years she toured extensively and opened for such artists as John Mellencamp, B.B. King, the Allman Brothers Band. In 2001, she married Allman Brothers band member Derek Trucks. In 2002 she released the critically acclaimed and Grammy nominated album “Wait for Me”. She gave birth to her first child, Charlie in 2002, and her second child, Sophia, in 2004.
In 2005, she left Tone-Cool, signed to Verve Forecast and released the album “Hope and Desire”, which featured covers of songs by artists such as the Rolling Stones, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan and Aretha Franklin.
In 2008, Back To The River, Susan’s most personal album to-date, was released. All but one song was penned / co-written by Tedeschi and the album garnered her a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Blues Album, (her 5th Grammy nomination).
Susan continues to manage a solo career, but is currently focused on a new band, The Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi Band.
Saturday’s Trey Anastasio Band concert at The Wiltern in Los Angeles included the debut of a new original entitled “All Pretending” and a cover of “Over The Rainbow” from ‘The Wizard Of Oz.’
Umphrey’s McGee concluded a two-night stand at the Beacon Theatre in New York City with a show that included a debut cover of “Limelight” by Rush, guest spots from NYC scene fixtures Mike Stern and Leni Stern and much more.
Billy Strings paid tribute to Jerry Garcia at one of the Grateful Dead guitarist’s favorite haunts, The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
Wilco finally changed up their ‘Ode To Joy’-heavy setlist plan for the first night of their inaugural Sky Blue Sky destination event in Mexico on Saturday.
Dead & Company resumed their three-night Playing In The Sand 2020 run at the Moon Palace in Cancun, Mexico, which included a monster second set.