Tedeschi Trucks Band is back on the road in 2018. After hitting up the Sunshine Music Festival, TTB made their way to Macon, Georgia—birthplace of the Allman Brothers Band.
Derek Trucks, longtime guitarist for the Allman Brothers Band, busted out Duane Allman’s legendary Les Paul Goldtop guitar. Derek used the guitar for the last five songs of the set, including on the cover of the Allman Brothers Band’s masterpiece, “Whipping Post.”
Hearing Derek shred on “Whipping Post” in Macon on Duane’s guitar, nearly 50 years after ABB wrote and recorded the tune mast have been a treat.
Tedeschi Trucks Band
Macon City Auditorium
Any Day >
Don’t Know What It Means >
Drum Solo >
Let Me Get By
Right On Time
All The World
Leavin’ Trunk >
Midnight In Harlem
Angel From Montgomery >
*I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free
*Pity The Fool
*I Want More >
Will The Circle Be Unbroken >
Bound For Glory
* Derek Played Duane Allman’s Gold Top Gibson Guitar
Thanks to Z-Man for the recording.
Photo Credit: Jeff Craig
Jam DeetsJam Date: January 19, 2018
Featuring: Tedeschi Trucks Band
Venue: Macon City Auditorium
Songs: All The World, Angel From Montgomery, Any Day, Dont Know What It Means, Greeting, I Want More, I Wish I Know How It Would Feel to Be Free, Leavin' Trunk, Let Me Get By, Midnight in Harlem, Pity the Fool, Right On Time, Shame, Sugaree, Volunteer Slavery, Whipping Post
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