Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band

Sept. 30 Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band Stir Concert Cove, Harrah’s Casino, 7:30 p.m., $30 ADV/$35 DOS, Guitarist Derek Trucks and singer-songwriter Susan Tedeschi were called “the power blues-rock couple of this era,” by The Boston Herald. This husband and wife have racked up serious critical acclaim and fan attention with their respective bands. Trucks began his career as a guitarist with the Allman Brothers at age 12. His own music brilliantly combines blues, jazz, funk and world sounds. The band took home the 2009 Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album. Tedeschi’s powerful, soulful vocals have been turning heads and hearts since her national recording debut in 1998, garnering five Grammy nominations. Performing together for the first time on this tour, this show will light up the night with blues fir

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