Tedeschi Trucks Band

North Carolina’s premier outdoor adventure destination Beech Mountain Resort has announced the lineup for its 2021 summer concert series taking place this August.

MerleFest, presented by Window World, is proud to announce the first round of performers for MerleFest 2021, which will take place September 16-19. Tedeschi Trucks (Friday), Melissa Etheridge (Sunday), Mavis Staples (Sunday), LeAnn Rimes (Friday), Sam Bush (Saturday), Donna The Buffalo (all 4 days), Scythian (Thurs., Fri., and Sat. performances), and The Waybacks (Fri.

Fantasy Records will release Tedeschi Trucks Band’s Layla Revisited (Live At LOCKN'), a one-off live recording of the seminal Derek & The Dominos album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, performed in its entirety with special guest Trey Anastasio.

Beach Road Weekend “350” brings three nights of live music to Martha’s Vineyard July 23 - 25. The music festival launched in 2019, but had to be postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic. Now the festival has been reimagined to celebrate the 350th Anniversary of the founding of the Town of Tisbury, with three live shows in July offering an extremely limited capacity, socially distanced box seating configuration. Members of the Grammy Award-winning rock band Tedeschi Trucks Band will perform Saturday, July 24, 2021 6:00 PM at Veterans Memorial Park in Vineyard Haven.

Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi announce Fireside LIVE - a special series of socially distanced, limited-capacity performances this summer.  They will be joined by varying members of Tedeschi Trucks Band each night with the total band configuration ranging between four and seven musicians depending on the show.  The modified lineup will perform under the name ‘Tedeschi Trucks’ for the first time as a nod to their band members who are unable to join the tour because of the challenging conditions with the current pandemic.

Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi announce Fireside LIVE - a special series of socially distanced, limited-capacity performances this summer.

The Great South Bay Music Festival, Long Islands largest, and longest running four-day music & arts festival, is being postponed to July of 2022.

The new dates are July 7 through 10, 2022 and will set up at its original home at Shorefront Park in Patchogue.

The decision was based on the numbing amount of uncertainty related to Covid compliance and safety, cost increases, artist discomfort and the now shortened lead time to successfully and safely produce a festival of this size.

Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding safe venue capacities and local regulations for the coming months, Tedeschi Trucks Band's 2021 Wheels of Soul tour is being postponed until the summer of 2022. The legendary Los Lobos, longtime TTB friends and collaborators, and veterans of 2016’s Wheels of Soul will replace St. Paul and the Broken Bones for the 2022 summer amphitheater run. TTB’s talented keyboardist Gabe Dixon and his trio will round out the three-band bill next year as originally planned.

Chris Friday, Tour Manager for Mike Gordon, Warehouse Manager for Phish, former Production Manager at Higher Ground, and energetically outrageous singer for Touchpants recently received the devastating news his son, Iggy, was diagnosed with acute lymphoid leukemia at 11 years old. In preparation for the daunting path that lies ahead, the live music industry is rallying in support, announcing plans for a two-day virtual auction that will feature concert tickets, rare commemorative merchandise, and more. Organized by Cate Esser (Booking Agent, Promoter) and Danny Bennett (Higher Ground.

Tedeschi Trucks Band has reached the midpoint of its six-episode series, Fireside Sessions- the Grammy-winning group’s newly-filmed, up-close and personal home performances hosted by Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi.  Only three new installments of these very special appearances remain: Episode 4 is slated for Thursday, March 11 at 8 pm EST at nugs.net.  All previous episodes of the highly successful series are available on-demand, with a full six-night subscription.

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