Tedeschi Trucks Band
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|Tedeschi Trucks Band|
Trucks (left) and Tedeschi on stage in Shelburne,Vermont, June 2014
|Origin||Jacksonville, Florida, United States|
|Genres||Blues rock, soul, Americana, jam band|
|Associated acts||The Derek Trucks Band, Susan Tedeschi, The Allman Brothers Band|
Maurice "Mobetta" Brown
The Tedeschi Trucks Band is an American blues rock group based in Jacksonville, Florida. Formed in 2010, the band is led by married couple Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks. Their debut album, Revelator (2011), won the 2012 Grammy Award for Best Blues Album. The band has released three studio and two live albums.
After touring together in 2007 as the Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi's Soul Stew Revival, the couple merged their respective groups to form the Tedeschi Trucks Band in 2010. Their first concert was on April 1, 2010, at the Savannah Music Festival.
The first Tedeschi Trucks Band album, Revelator, was released in June 2011. The album peaked at No. 92 on the Canadian Albums Chart, No. 164 in the UK Albums Chart and won a Grammy Award for Best Blues Album.
The band's first three albums were published by Sony Masterworks, but their 2015 album Let Me Get By was released on Fantasy Records. Produced by Trucks, the album debuted at number 15 on the Billboard Top 200 album sales chart.
- Susan Tedeschi – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (2010–present)
- Derek Trucks – lead guitar (2010–present)
- Kofi Burbridge – keyboards, flute (2010–present)
- Tyler Greenwell – drums, percussion (2010–present)
- J. J. Johnson – drums, percussion (2010–present)
- Mike Mattison – harmony vocals (2010–present)
- Mark Rivers – harmony vocals (2010–present)
- Kebbi Williams – saxophone (2010–present)
- Tim Lefebvre – bass guitar (2013–present)
- Ephraim Owens – trumpet (2015–present)
- Elizabeth Lea – trombone (2015–present)
- Alecia Chakour – harmony vocals (2015–present)
Former band members
- Oteil Burbridge – bass (2010-2012)
- Maurice "Mobetta" Brown – trumpet (2010–2015)
- Saunders Sermons – trombone (2010-2015)
- Dave Monsey – bass (2012)
- Ted Pecchio – bass (2012)
- George Porter, Jr. – bass (2012)
- Eric Krasno – bass (2013)
- Bakithi Kumalo – bass (2013)
- Carey Frank – keyboards (2017)
|2013||Made Up Mind||11||48||—||79||23||—||22||
|2016||Let Me Get By||15||36||77||37||—||—||98|
|2017||Live from the Fox Oakland||39||—||73||31|
Awards and nominations
|Year||Association||Category||Nominated work||Result|
|2012||Grammy Awards||Best Blues Album||Revelator||Won|
|2014||Blues Music Awards||Band of the Year||Tedeschi Trucks Band||Won|
|2014||Blues Music Awards||Rock Blues Album of the Year||Made Up Mind||Won|
|2016||Americana Music Honors & Awards||Duo/Group of the Year||Tedeschi Trucks Band||Nominated|
|2017||Blues Music Awards||Band of the Year||Tedeschi Trucks Band||Won|
|2017||Blues Music Awards||Rock Blues Album of the Year||Let Me Get By||Won|
|2018||Grammy Awards||Best Contemporary Blues Album||Live From the Fox Oakland||Nominated|
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- Peaks in Australia:
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- "Upcoming Releases". Hits Daily Double. HITS Digital Ventures. Archived from the original on December 18, 2015.
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- "Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band NYE Review", JamBase article.
- "Tedeschi Trucks Band Bring It Home", Rolling Stone article.
- Herbie Hancock, 'Space Captain,' Feat. Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks Spinner magazine article.