On Friday, Tedeschi Trucks Band continued their ongoing Signs tour with their second of two performances at Seattle, WA’s Paramount Theatre. The show featured a well-chosen mix of the band’s new and old material as well as go-to live covers, but the night was highlighted by a pair of surprise guests.
During the first set, Tedeschi Trucks Band welcomed guitarist Ian Moore to assist Derek Trucks on a rendition of Allen Toussaint classic, “Get Out of My Life, Woman”. Then, during set two, the band got the crowd cheering with a cover of the Allman Brothers Band‘s “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin'”. Not content with the sole Allmans cover, they welcomed up local hero Matt Cameron of Pearl Jam to assist on a second classic ABB tune, “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed”.
Below, you can watch a full video (starting at around 4:20) and scroll through some photos of Matt Cameron’s sit-in with TTB in Seattle:
Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ Matt Cameron – “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” [Allman Brothers Band cover]
[Video: John Hermsen, H/T JamBase]
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You can also listen to a full audio recording of the show below:
Tedeschi Trucks Band | 5/24/19 | Full Audio
[Taped by John Hermsen]
Tedeschi Trucks Band’s May run culminates tonight with a performance in Salem, OR tonight, Saturday, May 25th. From there, the band will take a couple of weeks off before heading to Japan for a run of shows in June. For a full list of Tedeschi Trucks Band’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website here.
Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Paramount Theatre | Seattle, WA | 5/34/19
Set One: Shame, Don’t Drift Away, The Letter, Don’t Know What It Means, Somebody Pick Up My Pieces, Laugh About It, Get Out of My Life, Woman*, Signs, High Times, Idle Wind
Set Two: Keep On Growing, High & Mighty, Get What You Deserve, Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed^, It’s So Heavy, How Blue Can You Get?, Bound For Glory
Encore: Part of Me, Sing A Simple Song/I Want To Take You Higher
*with Ian Moore on guitar
^with Matt Cameron (Pearl Jam) on drums