The Tedeschi Trucks Band delivers Infinity Hall Live’s most thrilling performance to date. Formed by Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi this 11 piece powerhouse brings soul stirring blues infused rock to a whole new level. Filmed in April 2015 at the historic Warner Theatre in Connecticut, the Tedeschi Trucks Band raises the art-deco roof with electrifying tunes like “I’ve Got a Feeling” and “Made Up Mind”. The masterful guitar playing of Trucks and Tedeschi matched with their careful selection of musicians including two drummers, a horn section, backing vocals, keys and bass, combined with Susan Tedeschi’s vocal prowess can only be described as a musical cocktail that is otherworldly. The dynamics of this band are both heard and felt through their creative approach to original material like the delicate beauty displayed in “Midnight in Harlem” or reimagined classics like “I Pity the Fool” and “There’s A Break in the Road”. Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi take us inside the touring life of this family built band in an interview that proves music is something more than just an auditory experience, it’s a feeling.
When Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi decided to dispense with their much-loved individual bands and pool their talents, they had no way of knowing what the public reaction might be to the new hybrid. They found out quickly enough when Revelator, Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 2011 studio debut, excited their sizable, devoted fan bases and the movers and shakers of the music industry alike, landing TTB both a Best Blues Album Grammy and a Blues Music Award for Album of the Year. Their live follow up, Everybody’s Talkin’ continued that forward momentum and picked up a Blues Music Award for Best Rock Blues Album. Now, with the release of Made Up Mind, there isn’t a shred of doubt that Susan Tedeschi, her husband and creative collaborator, Derek Trucks, and their superb bandmates are on to something—something very big.
- “I’ve Got A Feeling”
- “Made Up Mind”
- “Do I Look Worried”
- “There’s a Break in the Road”
- “I Pity the Fool”
- “Midnight in Harlem”
- “Angel From Montgomery” > “Sugaree”
- “Get What You Deserve”