Rolling Stone Premieres "The Storm" from Tedeschi Trucks Band

Article Contributed by Tijuana Gift Shop | Published on Thursday, October 3, 2013

Back when we had a fully functioning Government last week, Rolling Stone premiered an acoustic video of the Tedeschi Trucks Band performing "The Storm" on their tour bus. "'The Storm' is a song where you're sitting on the floor, and you have a great guitar sound, and you're thinking, 'You know what, let's just be unafraid to crank this shit up,'" says Derek Trucks of the song. "It's inspired by Jack Owens and Skip James, that Betonia County, Mississippi blues sound. But it's also that Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, just air-it-out thing."That Friday evening, TTB closed out their three-night-guest-laden run at NYC's famed Beacon Theatre. Over the course of the residency, the band hosted Tash Neal & Chris St. Hilaire of the London Souls, Eric Krasno and Neal Evans of Soulive and Doyle Bramhall II. Legendary guitarist Dickey Betts astonished the crowd with his appearance at the sold-out Saturday night show and even brought along his son Duane Betts to jam as well.But one of the most memorable sit-ins came when Lee Fields joined the band (along with Krasno and Evans) for "More and More."  Check out the video here and feel free to post.Led by dynamic vocalist and guitarist Susan Tedeschi and her guitar virtuoso husband Derek Trucks, Tedeschi Trucks Band released their second full-length studio album, Made Up Mind this summer via Sony Masterworks. The 11-piece juggernaut is perpetually on the road and just added Canadian and European dates to bookend a west coast run of their ever expanding schedule.Made Up Mind is nothing less than a quantum leap forward for TTB. If Revelator and Everybody’s Talkin’ were all about finding their way, this new effort is where they emerge as a fully formed band for the ages. Made Up Mind is available through the band’s website and tickets to all shows can be purchased, here: Trucks Band Tour Dates:Oct 15 - Madison, WI - Overture Center for the ArtsOct 16 - Milwaukee, WI - Riverside TheaterOct 18 - Ozark, AR - Harvest Music FestivalOct 19 - New Orleans, LA - Joy CenterOct 23 - Charleston, WV - Clay CenterOct 24 - Columbia, MO - Jesse AuditoriumOct 25 - Bowling Green, KY - Southern Kentucky Performing Arts CenterOct 29 - London, ENG - Royal Albert Hall *Nov 01 - Boone, NC - Schaefer Center for the Performing ArtsNov 02 - Gulf Shores, AL - LuLu's at Homeport MarinaNov 08 - Vancouver, BC - Vogue TheatreNov 10 - Calgary, AB - MacEwen HallNov 12 - Edmonton, AB - Jubilee AuditoriumNov 14 - Winnipeg, MB - Centennial Concert HallNov 15 - Thunder Bay, ON - Thunder Bay Community AuditoriumNov 17 - Toronto, ON - Massey HallNov 18 - Montreal, QB - MetropolisNov 20 - Moncton, NB - Centre at Casino New BrunswickNov 21 - Halifax, NS - Cunard CentreNov 23 - Lynn, MA - Lynn AuditoriumDec 03 - Tucson, AZ - Fox Tucson TheatreDec 04 - San Diego, CA - Balboa TheatreDec 06 - Los Angeles, CA - Orpheum TheatreDec 07 - Stockton, CA - Bob Hope TheatreDec 08 - Salem, OR - Elsinore TheatreDec 10 - Seattle, WA - McCaw HallDec 11 - Spokane, WA - Marin Woldson Theatre at The FoxDec 14 - San Francisco, CA - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium #Jan 18 - Boca Raton, FL - Mizner Park - Sunshine Blues FestivalJan 19 - St. Petersburg, FL - Vinoy Park - Sunshine Blues FestivalJan 24 - Virginia Beach, VA - Sandler CenterJan 25 - Washington, DC - Warner TheatreApr 23 - Cologne, GER - E-WerkApr 25 - Munich, GER - TonHalleApr 26 - Berlin, GER - Huxleys Neu WeltApr 28 - Paris, FR - L'OlympiaApr 30 - Brussels, BEL - Ancienne Belgique* - w. Mavis Staples# - w. The Black Crowes & London Souls