Guitar prodigy Derek Trucks toured for years as an unofficial member of Southern rock crew, the Allman Brothers Band. While performing alongside his uncle and Allman Brothers drummer Butch Trucks, the young blues-rock musician worked on his solo material. He released his debut album with the Derek Trucks Band in 1997, only a few years after starting the group at the age of 15. Trucks has been hailed for his guitar work and often performs with special guests on tour, most frequently with his wife, singer-songwriter Susan Tedeschi. Together, the pair formed the collective Soul Stew Revival.
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Today’s recap includes tour announcements, venue updates and more, as compiled by TicketNews on April 28, 2009. Punk rock group Green Day has finally confirmed the venues for its upcoming tour of the U.S. and Canada. The trio has also pushed its 2009 tour into Europe with nearly 30... Read more
Today’s recap includes festival and tour announcements, concert industry reports and more as compiled by TicketNews on February 16, 2009. Singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw has announced new touring plans for the U.S. this spring. The Where It Began tour will take a look back at the different stages of his... Read more
Fronted by former child prodigy and namesake guitarist, the Derek Trucks Band will cross the United States this winter and spring before heading across the pond for a few tour close-out dates in Europe. The musician’s trek launches February 6 at Port City Music Hall in Portland, ME, and... Read more