Last night kicked off the three-night run for Tedeschi Trucks Band at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. The 12-piece powerhouse was joined by legendary guitarists Steve Cropper, a member of both Stax Records house band and Booker T. & The MGs, and Jack Pearson, former Allman Brothers member from the early ’90s.

Cropper joined the party mid-show for a Wilson Pickett cover, “Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won’t Do)” into “In Every Heart,” off TTB’s most recent album. Pearson came towards the end of the set for “I Want More” and “Let Me Get By,” also off their new studio release. The encore saw fan-favorite “Midnight In Harlem” and their newly introduced David Bowie cover, “It Ain’t Easy,” both of which Pearson joined in on to match Trucks in some blistering guitar solos.

Courtesy of zmanatl, you can download the full show, and listen to “Midnight In Harlem” as uploaded by JamBase:

Tedeschi Trucks Band @ The Ryman Auditorium  3/4/16
1. Don’t Know What It Means>
2. The Letter (The Box Tops cover)
3/ Within You Without You (The Beatles cover) >
4. Just As Strange
5. Bird on the Wire (Leonard Cohen cover)
6. Sticks and Stones (Titus Turner cover) (Mike Mattison on Lead Vocals)
7. Idle Wind (Drum Duo)
8. Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won’t Do) (Wilson Pickett cover, with Steve Cropper)
9. In Every Heart (with Steve Cropper)
10. Made Up Mind
11. Anyhow
12. I Pity the Fool (Bobby “Blue” Bland cover)
13. I Want More (with Jack Pearson, Drum Solo) >
14. Let Me Get By (with Jack Pearson)
Encore: Midnight In Harlem (with Jack Pearson), It Ain’t Easy (David Bowie cover, with Jack Pearson)

[Photo via @paytontaylor129 / Setlist via]