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Tedeschi Trucks Band Reviews

ConcertsSoul RnbJazz & Blues

Average customer review: 4.5 star rating (4.3 Stars)

Number of reviews: 12



5.0 star rating Samuel DiL from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Have yearned to see this band for forever. Finally, at the MET in Philly, last evening, was a flawless 3 hour+ musical performance unlike any other. The Ensemble en Masse, was as tight and clean as any could have hoped, with their driven pieces, Susan’s vocals and Guitar, the accompaniment of the artists, the Jazz Blues Gospel/Style fusion of the entire band, as well as the Greatest Slide Guitar work of Derek, since Uncle Duane in the 60’s and early 70’s. The Performance was Ultra Superior. A Classic Moment in Musical Time for us, as well as those who had the pleasure of attending. If there are any bands in their league, I’d certainly like to know who they might be. For my money and musical tastes, these are the Best of the Best, not a close second. And, I’m going back to seeing shows from the mid 60’s. This one right there with any, at the Zenith of concert shows. BRAVO!!!!!!

4.0 star rating Bill M. from Boston, Massachusetts


More Susan less Derek, she has a great voice and don't forget when she was on her own she can play a mean guitar. It seemed like every song Derek had to slow the song down with his 5 minute solo. Don't get me wrong he is the best slide guitarist out there, and I do appreciate his talent, just not every song has to be about him and his solo performance. Other than that the band sounded great with and awesome group of backup singers and horn section. The venue was less than half full with the lawn seats closed off due to lack of ticket sales. Which leads me to believe it might be the last time they perform there. The opening acts The Drive by Truckers were ok, Marcus King was amazing watch out for this young guy he put on a great show.

4.0 star rating Franz from Chicago, Illinois


As great a musician as Trucks is, his showmanship is poor. He mostly plays to his band, with his back sometimes completely to the audience. Most of the time he is squirreled away between his keyboard player and his bass player, and seems more interested in what they are doing than in giving the audience a look at what he's doing. Like I said, a GREAT musician, best guitar slinger out there right now, but he needs to work on his stage presence. Tedeschi is a more versatile performer, and her solos are great too!

3.0 star rating Captin from Ames, Iowa


I enjoyed the show, however, way too much of Derek’s guitar “talent”! The band has an awesome group of horn section AND backup vocals! Would have loved to of heard more of them!!! Susan has a beautiful voice, really enjoyed her!!!

1.0 star rating Clarence from Minneapolis, Minnesota


Derek Trucks turns his back to the crowd while playing. Who does that? Such a phenomenon on guitar and all I saw was a ponytail. Then after 8 songs they take a 20 minute break! Sorry but take a page out of Bruce or Paul or Elton. They got em beat by 20 plus years in age and played 3 hours straight.


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