Last night, Tedeschi Trucks opened a two-night stand at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, offering a two-set performance featuring the band’s usual mix of originals and covers, including tunes from Tom Petty, Neil Young and more.

Set one opened with “Do I Look Worried” and featured a couple of cuts from Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi’s solo work, plus a cover of Neil Young’s “Alabama.” The second set of the night opened with old blues number and Allman Brothers Band staple “Statesboro Blues” and also included tracks from TTB’s most recent studio album, Let Me Get By. Last night’s encore rounded out the evening with a cover of Tom Petty’s “You Don’t Know How It Feels” and “Laugh About It.” See the complete setlist below, and watch full video of the night here.

Tedeschi Trucks Band return to the Capitol Theatre stage tonight with opening act Amy Helm. Helm and her band have played a few shows with TTB recently, including a February 14 gig at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ, that saw TTB debut their version of “All My Friends,” a tune written by Muscle Shoals staple and Cowboy member Scott Boyer and recorded by Gregg Allman for Allman’s debut solo effort, Laid Back. Boyer passed away on February 13. Helm and guitarist Tash Neal, who plays both with Helm and with his own outfit The London Souls, joined TTB for that show, guesting on “Leaving Trunk” and the encore opener “Will the Circle Be Unbroken,” respectively.

Tedeschi Trucks Band
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

Set I: Do I Look Worried, Just as Strange, Until You Remember, Key to the Highway, Don’t Miss Me, Alabama, Talking About, Idle Wind

Set II: Statesboro Blues, Part of Me, It’s So Heavy, Let Me Get By, Right on Time, Goin’ Down Slow, Made Up Mind, How Blue Can You Get?, I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free

Enc: You Don’t Know How It Feels, Laugh About It


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