Tedeschi Trucks Band welcomed Phish’s Trey Anastasio and Norah Jones final night time (Sept. 29) throughout its first headlining look on the sold-out Madison Sq. Backyard in New York, capping a two-show Backyard Get together run which additionally included an look on Wednesday at Boston’s TD Backyard Area.
Jones, on Fender Rhodes piano, duetted with Susan Tedeschi on a first-time cowl of John Hiatt’s “Have a Little Religion in Me” and caught round for the TTB reside debut of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ “You Wreck Me.” Later, Anastasio joined the band for covers of the Who’s “The Seeker” and two Derek and the Dominos favorites, “Bell Backside Blues” and “Layla.”
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Opening act Lukas Nelson lent a hand on the latter, and returned to the stage with Jones and Anastasio for a show-closing medley of Sly and the Household Stone’s “Sing a Easy Music” and “I Need To Take You Increased.” In Boston earlier this week, TTB was joined by Gov’t Mule principal Warren Haynes for the Allman Brothers Band’s “Blue Sky” and “Goals,” in addition to Van Morrison’s “Into the Mystic” and Dr. John’s “I Stroll on Gilded Splinters.”
Forward of the Backyard Events, TTB’s Derek Trucks made a surprise appearance final month with Phish throughout a flood restoration profit in upstate New York, jamming on TV on the Radio’s “Golden Age” and several other Phish tunes.
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