Only a few short months after winning a GRAMMY for their debut album Revelator, the release of this 2-CD live album adds to TTB's growing reputation as a powerful live act. The album features original TTB songs, including a previously unreleased gem in "Nobody's Free," as well as nods to the band's inspirations with covers of Stevie Wonder, Muddy Waters, Bill Withers and Joe Cocker, Everybody's Talkin' illustrates the spirit and flow of a TTB concert. From the swells of "Midnight in Harlem" to the incendiary "Learn How to Love" and "That Did It," right on through "Darling Be Home Soon" and the near-whisper coda of "Wade in the Water," Everybody's Talkin' is a journey for the mind and a work out for the soul.
On October 27, Tedeschi Trucks Band will perform on the Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise, which also features Taj Mahal, the Brooks Family Blues Dynasty, North Mississippi All-Stars, Carolina Chocolate Drops, and many others. We teamed up with the good folks at Blues Cruise HQ to give away a cabin for two so a pair of lucky fans can sail the high seas with TTB. Visit here to enter for a chance to win.
On May 22, Tedeschi Trucks Band will release Everybody's Talkin', their sophomore album in their second full year as a band. Click here to pre-order your copy of Everybody's Talkin'. As last year's lengthy Revelator World Tour wound down, the band decided to record their October concerts in the highest quality possible, and their foresight paid off as the group turned in several of their most powerful performances in the band’s history. From that fruitful run of shows comes Everybody's Talkin', a two-disc set (also available on vinyl) that captures the collective spirit and lift of a typical TTB concert—raising the roof with a Saturday night sense of abandon, before gently concluding with a Sunday morning spiritual.