Photo by Marc Lowe via @DerekandSusan on IG

The Tedeschi Trucks Band kept the party going on Oct. 6, playing their fifth of seven nights at New York’s historic Beacon Theatre.

As they’ve done with other evenings, the band welcomed some guests to jam onstage, namely Hot Tuna/Jefferson Airplane guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and rising bluesman Marcus King.

The show opened with an already-comfortable TTB moving through “Darling Be Home Soon,” “Signs, High Times,” “High & Mighty” and more.

Kaukonen made his appearance a bit later on a version of Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right,” followed by “Key To The Highway,” which he and Trucks took for a nice, bluesy walk.

TTB took a quick reset on their crowd favorite “Midnight in Harlem” and then welcomed out King, who jammed on the one-two punch of “Leaving Trunk”> “Volunteered Slavery.”

The show ended with “Bound For Glory” and the encore consisted of two interesting solo cuts: George Harrison’s “Isn’t It A Pity” and Trucks’ own “Get What You Deserve.”

“What’s more fun than making music with friends?” the band wrote afterwards. “Thanks to Jorma for a great opening set and sticking around for “Don’t Think Twice” and “Key To The Highway.” And thanks to @realmarcusking for bringing that Nashville heat to “Leavin Trunk>Volunteered Slavery.”

Check out the full setlist below:

Tedeschi Trucks Band
Oct. 6, 2021
The Beacon Theatre, New York City

Darling Be Home Soon, Signs High Times, High & Mighty, It’s So Heavy, I Know, Right On Time, Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’, Hear Me, Do I Look Worried, Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right^, Key to the Highway^, Midnight in Harlem, Leaving Trunk*> Volunteered Slavery*, Bound for Glory

Enc: Isn’t It A Pity, Get What You Deserve

^with Jorma Kaukonen
*with Marcus King