Tedeschi Trucks Band Welcomes Pearl Jam’s Matt Cameron For Allman Brothers Cover In Seattle [Video/Photos/Audio]

first_imgYou can also listen to a full audio recording of the show below:Tedeschi Trucks Band | 5/24/19 | Full Audio[Taped by John Hermsen]Tedeschi Trucks Band’s May run culminates tonight with a performance in Salem, OR tonight, Saturday, May 25th. From there, the band will take a couple of weeks off before heading to Japan for a run of shows in June. For a full list of Tedeschi Trucks Band’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website here.Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Paramount Theatre | Seattle, WA | 5/34/19Set One: Shame, Don’t Drift Away, The Letter, Don’t Know What It Means, Somebody Pick Up My Pieces, Laugh About It, Get Out of My Life, Woman*, Signs, High Times, Idle WindSet Two: Keep On Growing, High & Mighty, Get What You Deserve, Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed^, It’s So Heavy, How Blue Can You Get?, Bound For GloryEncore: Part of Me, Sing A Simple Song/I Want To Take You Higher*with Ian Moore on guitar^with Matt Cameron (Pearl Jam) on drums On Friday, Tedeschi Trucks Band continued their ongoing Signs tour with their second of two performances at Seattle, WA’s Paramount Theatre. The show featured a well-chosen mix of the band’s new and old material as well as go-to live covers, but the night was highlighted by a pair of surprise guests.During the first set, Tedeschi Trucks Band welcomed guitarist Ian Moore to assist Derek Trucks on a rendition of Allen Toussaint classic, “Get Out of My Life, Woman”. Then, during set two, the band got the crowd cheering with a cover of the Allman Brothers Band‘s “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’”. Not content with the sole Allmans cover, they welcomed up local hero Matt Cameron of Pearl Jam to assist on a second classic ABB tune, “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed”.Below, you can watch a full video (starting at around 4:20) and scroll through some photos of Matt Cameron’s sit-in with TTB in Seattle:Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ Matt Cameron – “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” [Allman Brothers Band cover][Video: John Hermsen, H/T JamBase]last_img