After taking the summer off due to heart surgery, Kofi Burbridge made his return to the Tedeschi Trucks Band during their 6 night stand at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. Not only did the run mark Kofi’s return, but also TTB’s 25th show at the Beacon. Fittingly the […]
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TTB’s “Wheels of Soul” Summer 2017 tour is on a roll – 3 amazing single show sell outs in a row so far! First with the band’s largest non-festival (non Red Rocks) crowd at the Simsbury Meadows PAC in CT, then a sell-out at Red Hat Amphitheatre in Raleigh, NC […]
Tonight’s CMT Music Awards opened with a tribute to the late great Gregg Allman, who passed away in May at age 69. Derek Trucks joined Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker, and Charles Kelley (of Lady Antebellum) to perform the 1971 hit “Midnight Rider” … because if you need a slide guitarist […]
For the two weeks the Tedeschi Trucks Band has been performing their way across Europe. So far they have hit Zurich, Milan, Berlin, and Brussels. Next up are a few more stops in Germany and a smatter across Denmark, before heading back to the States to rest up before festival […]
It is with heavy hearts that the ETA received news of the passing of Allman Brothers Band drummer, and Derek Truck’s uncle Butch Trucks on January 24th. In the years ETA has worked with Derek and the Tedeschi Trucks Band, we have come to see everyone as family of our […]
Derek was featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter with host Neil Everett on Thursday night. The two talked on the new TTB album Let Me Get By, the ‘Noles, the Jaguars and Derek’s uncle and legendary MLB pitcher Virgil Trucks. It was a very cool and crossover experience!
Derek Trucks will be featured on Eric Clapton’s forthcoming Live in San Diego double album. The rendition of “Anyway the Wind Blows” features Clapton playing with Trucks, JJ Cale and Doyle Bramhall II. If you want to watch the video, check it out here.
Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi joined Jon Batiste and Stay Human, Brittany Howard, Buddy Guy, Aloe Blacc Ben Folds, Kyle Resnick, and Mavis Staples and a number of other musical greats to kick off Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show. It was a thumping, jamming, partying good time that ran 6 minutes over! […]
Derek was serenaded by family, friends, and band mates last night in Santa Barbara, for a pre-show, pre-Birthday celebration! We want to wish Derek the happiest of Birthdays today!
Derek Trucks served as a surprise guest in Eric Clapton’s 70th Birthday bash at Madison Square Garden in New York City this weekend. The lineup up of guest players was out of this world, ranging from John Mayer to Doyle Bramhall III.