Tedeschi Trucks Band left The Capitol Theatre on Saturday with some new hardware. For the closing night of the band’s three-show run over Oscars weekend, the owner of the Port Chester, NY venue, Peter Shapiro, awarded the band a trophy for “Rocking Our Souls” with the residency.

Saturday’s two-set performance began with “Signs, High Times” before he 12-piece rattling off such originals as “Don’t Drift Away” and “Misunderstood”. The first of many covers on the evening came in Leonard Cohen‘s “Suzanne”, followed immediately by Taj Mahal‘s “Everybody’s Got to Change Sometime”.

Susan Tedeschi took center stage for her solo composition “Just Won’t Burn”, before the nightly Derek and the Dominos quota was met with “Anyday”. “When Will I Begin” and “The Storm” then closed the first frame.

Returning to the Capitol Theatre stage for the last set of the run, TTB kicked things off with the pairing of King Curtis‘s “Soul Serenade” and the Grateful Dead‘s “Sugaree”, atypically appearing without its usual dance partners like “Angel From Montgomery” and, more recently, “Helpless”.

Further on up the road, the band paid homage to Dr. John with “I Walk On Guilded Splinters”. A sublime pairing of “Learn How to Love” and “Shame” then paved the way for back-to-back covers of Sleepy John Estes‘s “Leaving Trunk” and James Taylor‘s “Fire and Rain”. The second set then came to a climactic finish with “Bound for Glory”.

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As Tedeschi Trucks Band took the stage one last time, Peter Shapiro joined them onstage. The jam impresario asked the clamoring audience, “So, how do you thank someone for three nights of that?” As a token of The Cap’s appreciation, he presented Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, and the entire band a trophy for “Rocking Our Souls” to commemorate the three-night stint. The award-worthy performances aside, Tedeschi Trucks Band and their fans also deserve recognition for donating over 1,340 pounds of food to The Capitol Theatre’s food drive. Finally, the run came to a close with a rendition of Bobby “Blue” Bland‘s “I Pity The Fool”.

Check out a gallery of images from Tedeschi Trucks Band at The Capitol Theatre on Saturday courtesy of photographer Andrew Blackstein. Full-show audio is also available thanks to taper cabinetmusic as well as a collection of fan-shot videos from edtyre1. TTB is off the road until a show on April 14th at Cabot Theatre in Beverly, MA. For tickets and a full list of tour dates click here.

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Signs, High Times” – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Everbody’s Got To Change Sometime” (Taj Mahal) – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Just Won’t Burn” – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “The Storm” – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Soul Serenade” (King Curtis) > “Sugaree” (Grateful Dead) – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “I Walk On Gilded Splinters” (Dr. John) – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Learn How To Love” > “Shame” – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Fire And Rain” (James Taylor) – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Bound For Glory” – 3/26/22

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “I Pity The Fool” (Bobby “Blue” Bland) – 3/26/22

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Tedeschi Trucks Band – The Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY – 3/26/22

Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 3/26/22

Set One: Signs, High Times, Don’t Drift Away, Misunderstood, Suzanne (Leonard Cohen), Everybody’s Got to Change Sometime (Taj Mahal), Just Won’t Burn, Anyday (Derek and the Dominos), When Will I Begin, The Storm

Set Two: Soul Serenade (King Curtis) > Sugaree (Grateful Dead), Laugh About It, I Walk on Guilded Splinters (Dr. John), Looking for Answers, Learn How to Love > Shame, Leaving Trunk (Sleepy John Estes), Fire and Rain (James Taylor), Bound for Glory

Encore: I Pity the Fool (Bobby “Blue” Bland)

[1] with “Jessica” (The Allman Brothers Band) interpolation