Tedeschi Trucks Band Welcomes Luther Dickinson For Allman Brothers Cover In Boston Opener [Video]

first_imgLast night, Tedeschi Trucks Band played their first of three nights at the Orpheum Theater in Boston for their final run of 2017 with the North Mississippi Allstars as the opening support. The husband-and-wife led their 12 piece ensemble through a wicked mix of originals and covers for their headlining set, welcoming special guest guitarist Luther Dickinson toward the end of the set. After Tedeschi Trucks Band wowed their audience with an “Angel From Montgomery” into “Sugaree” jam, the North Mississippi Allstars guitarist/vocalist joined the fun for three choice numbers. Starting with “Leaving Trunk” by Sleepy John Estes, the blues continued with a cover of Rahsaan Roland Kirk‘s “Volunteered Slavery”.With Dickinson’s roots planted deep in southern blues, as the son of the late great Jim Dickinson, the pair of guitarists proved once again the connection between their family heritages. Dickinson stuck around for an 11+ minute version of “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More” by the Allman Brothers Band, a group that distinctly connects Dickinson and Trucks beyond musicality. With Dickinson a former partner of the late Butch Trucks on his Allman Brothers-inspired camp Roots Rock Revival in upstate New York, and Derek’s bloodline to the band, the song choice felt especially meaningful for the evening.Check out fan-shot footage of the Allman Brothers collaboration below, as well as other highlights from the evening, courtesy of Jamey Klein:Rollin and TumblinDo I Look WorriedMade Up My MindBall and ChainAngel From Montgomery > SugareePart Of Me, Laugh About ItTedeschi Trucks Band will pick back up again tonight and tomorrow as their final shows of 2017.Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Orpheum Theatre | Boston, MA | 11/30/17Rollin’ and Tumblin’ (Hambone Willie Newbern), Do I Look Worried, Made Up My Mind, Anyday (Derek and the Dominos), Ball and Chain, Don’t Know What It Means, Let Me Get By, Angel From Montgomery (John Prine) > Sugaree (Jerry Garcia), Leaving Trunk (Sleepy John Estes)*, Volunteered Slavery (Rahsaan Roland Kirk)*, Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More (Allman Brothers Band)*, How Blue Can You Get? (Johny Moore’s Three Blazers)E: Part Of Me, Laugh About It* w/ Luther Dickinsonlast_img

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