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Tedeschi Trucks Band.
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December 31, 2013 The blues-rock band joins David Dye at NPR's Washington, D.C., headquarters for a soulful session. Hear the group perform songs from its new album, Made Up Mind.
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The Tedeschi Trucks Band performs live for World Cafe.
October 17, 2013 Two of the finest blues-rock musicians of their generation joined us at World Cafe. Susan Tedeschi and husband Derek Trucks joined forces in 2000 and formed the now 12-piece Tedeschi Trucks Band.
Feist performs at the World Cafe 20th-anniversary concert.
May 28, 2012 Hear live performances from The Little Willies, Feist, Amos Lee, Dawes, The Tedeschi Trucks Band, Rhett Miller, Indigo Girls and John Hiatt.
The Tedeschi Trucks band performs live on today's World Cafe.
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August 29, 2011 The blues-rock power couple perform together and discuss their long-awaited collaboration.
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February 22, 2010 The slide guitarist has played with The Allman Brothers and Eric Clapton, and has made seven records with his own band — all before turning 30. He demonstrates his lyrical playing and his inclusive take on Southern rock live.
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December 22, 2009 This year, the 10 best blues albums feature many younger artists who play original music; their work is rooted in the blues but headed somewhere else. Some purists may be put off, but this is a fascinating moment, in which the music is evolving right in front of us. It's also a demonstration of how deeply blues has become embedded in our culture.
May 29, 2009 The Derek Trucks Band is an eclectic assortment of self-proclaimed jam-rockers, each highly successful in his own right. Hear The Derek Trucks Band perform live in concert from WXPN in Philadelphia, with openers Guy Sebastian and Steve Cropper.
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February 23, 2009 At 15, Trucks formed the Derek Trucks Band. Six albums later, the group is still jamming out blues- and soul-inspired rock. In this studio session, host David Dye chats with Trucks and special guest Susan Tedeschi about his new album, Already Free.
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December 27, 2007 In terms of integrity, Tyner is the same pianist today as he was with John Coltrane in the '60s. Tyner plays with color, like a big abstract painting, and dances with rhythm. Hear a concert recorded at Yoshi's in Oakland, Calif., with special guest Joe Lovano.
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August 18, 2006 With an emphasis on improvisation, The Derek Trucks Band blends jazz, rock, blues and world music into its soulful, energetic songs. Its fifth album, Songlines, is a nicely crafted collection of original compositions and covers, all reflecting the band's diverse approach to worldly jams.
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