Tedeschi Trucks Band and Little Feat at The Greek Theatre in LA, Night One (A Gallery)

June 10, 2024
Tedeschi Trucks Band and Little Feat at The Greek Theatre in LA, Night One (A Gallery)

Photo Credit: Stevo Rood

On Friday, June 7, Tedeschi Trucks Band pulled into the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles for night one of two at the referred venue as part of the current Deuces Wild tour. Before the band’s stage time, special guests Little Feat opened the performance, delivering a seven-song set that included their Dixie Chicken title track and fellow LP feature “Fat Man in the Bathtub,” in addition to fan favorites, “Willin’,” “Spanish Moon” and “Oh Atlanta” and more from the veteran rock group. 

In time, the headliners stepped up for their main frame, melding covers and originals, from The Allman Brothers Band’s “Little Matha” and “Come and Go Blues” to Led Zeppelin’s “What Is and What Should Never Be” as well as segued “Angel From Montgomery” into Jerry Garcia’s “Sugaree.” From their personal collection, Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi pulled from their I Am the Moon, Made Up Mind, Let Me Get By, and Revelator sets–40% of the material was cover songs, according to Setlist.FM

Before the band returned to the Los Angeles stage, they dipped down to Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre in San Diego, Calif., on Saturday, June 8. The crowd sang “Happy Birthday” to Trucks, marking his 45th trip around the sun, prior to a mass serving of talent a la the billed act.  In continuation of their California weekend, TTB returned to The Greek on Sunday, June 9. They started the concert by performing the entirety of I Am the Moon: I. Crescent.

The set continued with a live debut of Sonny Boy Williamson’s “Bring It On Home,” which nodded to the Zeppelin version. Moreover, the night saw guests like Los Lobos’ Cesar Rosas and David Hidalgo, former TTB member Tim Lefebvre, and members of Little Feat during the concert encore. 

Photographer Stevo Rood was on location during Tedeschi Trucks Band’s Friday stand at the Greek; scroll down to view photos of the headliners and support, Little Feat.

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