Tedeschi Trucks Band

The ever-evolving and highly-anticipated Levitate Music & Arts Festival is proud to highlight local performing and visual artists for its seventh annual event to take place on July 12-14, 2019 at the historic Marshfield Fairgrounds.

One of America’s most revered current touring outfits, the Grammy Award-winning Tedeschi Trucks Band with the legendary Los Lobos in tow, delivered a thrilling rock, blues, and soul performance at Sacramento’s venerable Memorial Auditorium on May 21.

Bound for Peaches is an incredible group of talented musicians gathering together to pay tribute to an era of music that has touched each of them in a very unique way. The Allman Brothers have played an integral role in American music and paved the way for so many memorable bands. Additionally, they gave birth to the amazing group Tedeschi Trucks that still remains a pinnacle of Americana Rock music in the present day. It's an honor to the following musicians to pay tribute to these two giants...

The ever evolving and greatly loved Levitate Music Festival is proud to announce the 2019 lineup for its seventh annual music festival happening July 12-14, 2019. Tedeschi Trucks Band, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats, and Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, will be joined by Stick Figure, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Sublime with Rome, Michael Franti and Spearhead, SOJA, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Ripe, The Wood Brothers, and many more. A confirmed lineup is listed below.

The final day of Lockn’ 2018 dawned hot and sweaty and ended in spectacular fashion with two sets by Dead and Co., joined by master saxophone player Branford Marsalis. A cloudy sky kept the atmosphere steamy until the afternoon when the hot summer sun broke through. Keller Williams got the MainStage started just after noon with a different entourage in tow than from the day before. This time he appeared with a group he calls the Grateful Gospel. The idea was to play music in the spirit of Jerry Garcia in the tune of Black Gospel music. The concept was born at Lockn’.

One of the largest audiences to ever attend Lockn’ poured into the festival grounds on Saturday, August 25th for a historic day of multi-generational jam band music. By mid-afternoon when the North Carolina band BIG Something took the main stage, five bands had already played, and a huge crowd filled the field and surrounding hills. The six-piece modern jam band fuses elements of jazz, funk, rock, and electronica into hypnotic dance trance music.

Whose Hat Is This?, a collaboration of Tedeschi Trucks Band members Tim Lefebvre, Tyler “Falcon” Greenwell, J.J. Johnson, and Kebbi Williams, are pleased to announce the release of their second album, Everything’s OK (Featuring Kokayi), set to release on November 16 via Ropeadope. The band combines meteoric musical heights with outlandish grooves. It's free-jazz you can dance to. Cecil Taylor could never say that.

As Derek Trucks celebrates his 39th birthday today, Tedeschi Trucks Band is thrilled to announce two very special opening guests during the band’s six-night residency at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.  Renowned singer-songwriters Steve Earle and JJ Grey will both deliver solo sets during the mid-week appearances of the band’s eighth annual musical bash in the Big Apple; Earle on 10/9 and Grey on 10/10, respectively.  The Oct.

With six shows in October, Tedeschi Trucks Band announces an eighth consecutive year of their annual musical bash at New York City’s Beacon Theatre: October 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 13.  The show run includes two weekends of “Evening with TTB” two-set performances and a pair of mid-week dates that will feature special opening guests (to be announced).  Oct.

The Pour House Music Hall and NC Music Magazine Present : Caravan to the Creek - an all-day music and charter bus experience. The first Caravan to the Creek is on Friday July 13th for Tedeschi Trucks Wheels of Soul Tour with Drive By Truckers and The Marcus King Band. The July 13th pre-party will feature Downtown Abby & The Echoes and the July 13th post-party will feature Travers Brothership & Friends.

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