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Tedeschi Trucks Band: Angel From Montgomery (Live)
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Tedeschi Trucks Band: Angel From Montgomery (Live)

Tedeschi Trucks Band recently shared this never-before-seen bonus video from the “Live From The Fox Oakland” concert. Filmed while Tim Lefebvre was still in the group, here’s an excellent clip of the band performing John Prine’s “Angel From Montgomery.”

Tedeschi Trucks Band and Special Guests: Sly Medley
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Tedeschi Trucks Band and Special Guests: Sly Medley

WATCH: Last summer, TTB performed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre along with Blackberry Smoke and Shovels & Rope. In this clip, the group brings together members of all three bands for this performance of Sly and the Family Stone’s “Sing A Simple Song” and “I Want To Take You Higher.”

Tedeschi Trucks Band: High & Mighty (Tokyo Travelogue)
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Tedeschi Trucks Band: High & Mighty (Tokyo Travelogue)

I’m such a huge fan of The Tedeschi Trucks Band. So it is always exciting to see a new video from the band. “This clip connects behind-the-scenes footage during the band’s 3-night run at the Tokyo Dome City Hall on the ‘Signs’ tour with the studio version of ‘High & Mighty,’” the band shared.

Tedeschi Trucks Band with Trey Anastasio: Little Wing
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Tedeschi Trucks Band with Trey Anastasio: Little Wing

Here’s some more goodness from this year’s LOCKN’ Festival. Three days ago, Tedeschi Trucks Band took the stage with Trey Anastasio and performed this cover of “Little Wing.”

Tedeschi Trucks Band and Blackberry Smoke: Don’t Do It
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Tedeschi Trucks Band and Blackberry Smoke: Don’t Do It

Tedeschi Trucks Band is currently on tour in support of their latest album, “Signs.” Blackberry Smoke is also on the bill for this tour, and the two groups got together at Red Rocks for this performance of “Don’t Do It.”

Tedeschi Trucks Band: Signs, High Times (Live)
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Tedeschi Trucks Band: Signs, High Times (Live)

Tedeschi Trucks Band rocked the Orpheum in Los Angeles as part of their tour in support of Signs. Here’s a clip from that show, with their performance of “Signs, High Times.”

Tedeschi Trucks Band: Shame (Live)
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Tedeschi Trucks Band: Shame (Live)

Tedeschi Trucks Band made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, and there’s a new bassist in the mix. In this clip, Brandon Boone lays down the low end, following Tim Lefebvre’s departure from the band.

Tim Lefebvre Leaves the Tedeschi Trucks Band
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Tim Lefebvre Leaves the Tedeschi Trucks Band

Tim Lefebvre has stepped down from the bass position in the Tedeschi Trucks Band, the group has announced. The bassist, who has also worked with artists from David Bowie to Elvis Costello, is moving on so he can work on more projects.

Tedeschi Trucks Band: Shame
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Tedeschi Trucks Band: Shame

Tim Lefebvre shared this fan-shot video on Facebook recently, saying “Cool jam I co-wrote with these fine folks…” The jam took place at the Beacon Theatre on October 6th.

Tedeschi Trucks Band: I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
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Tedeschi Trucks Band: I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)

Tedeschi Trucks Band paid tribute to Aretha Franklin with the first tune of their 2018 LOCKN’ Festival set. They nail a soulful performance of “I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)” with Tim Lefebvre laying down the low end. RIP, Queen of Soul.

Tedeschi Trucks Band Announces Wheels of Soul Tour 2018
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Tedeschi Trucks Band Announces Wheels of Soul Tour 2018

Each summer the Tedeschi Trucks Band puts on their Wheels of Soul Tour with a killer lineup. This year is no different as the band has tapped Drive-By Truckers and The Marcus King Band to join them on the 19-date trek. “We all draw from some of the same roots,” co-bandleader Derek Trucks explains. “But we also share a different...

Tedeschi Trucks Band: The Letter
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Tedeschi Trucks Band: The Letter

Tedeschi Trucks Band shared this excellent video from their performance at Gathering of the Vibes on July 31, 2015. The band perform’s Joe Cocker’s version of “The Letter,” with some typically wonderful bass lines by Tim Lefebvre.