Tedeschi Trucks Band
“Don’t Let Me Slide” Now Available to Pre-Order Customers
We’re less than a month from the release of Tedeschi Trucks Band’s debut album Revelator on June 7, and we can’t wait until you get to hear the whole album. But for now, we’re pleased to announce the release of the second track in our series of advance downloads for pre-order customers! You’ve already heard the album’s first track, “Come See About Me.” Now we’re giving you the second track, “Don’t Let Me Slide.” If you haven’t pre-ordered your copy of Revelator yet, head to the official store to pre-order your copy today and you’ll be able to download the first two tracks off the album immediately!
Written by Derek and Susan along with Gary Louris of the Jayhawks, “Don’t Let Me Slide” opens with this declaration: “you make me want to wake up in the morning / you make me want to be the best I can.” All pre-order customers can download “Don’t Let Me Slide” starting today. To redeem your download, log-on to our official store and click the “My Downloads” link, or check your confirmation email for a direct link to access your advance downloads. If you’re having problems downloading the track, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to make sure you get to hear it.
New Video Footage from TTB
Tedeschi Trucks Band’s concert on April 8 in Atlanta was filmed as part of the Jim Beam Live Music Series, and for a limited time, a full 40 minutes of footage is available on the Jim Beam website, along with a video interview with Derek and Susan. Be sure to watch the video soon because it will only be available through May 18.
Also, we will be releasing a new video on the making of Revelator every Tuesday until the album is released. Check out and subscribe to our Youtube channel to watch each video and be the first to know when we post a new one.
TTB Tour: West Coast Run, New Shows Added
On May 17, Tedeschi Trucks Band will begin a tour of the West with a sold-out show at Armstrong Theatre on the campus of Colorado College. From there, TTB will play in Salt Lake City (5/18), and appear at Sonoma Jazz Festival (5/20) and Doheny Blues Festival (5/21), before finishing strong with four shows in five nights: The Warfield in San Francisco (5/22), Redding Convention Center in Redding, CA (5/24), Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR (5/25), and the Moore Theatre in Seattle, WA (5/26).
The group has also added a handful of new shows to their schedule, including concerts on June 11 at the National in Richmond, VA, June 12 at Durham (NC) Performing Arts Center, and June 14 at Johnny Mercer Theatre in Savannah, GA. Pre-sale tickets for each of these shows, as well as for August 26 at the Minnesota Zoo Amphitheater, and August 28 at the Cotillion on Wichita, KS are available now. For ticket info and the full list of TTB concert dates, check out our tour page.