WTTS In Conversation – Derek Trucks

WTTS In Conversation’ is a bi-weekly podcast delivering decades of WTTS interviews with music legends and emerging artists.

For Episode #36, Derek Trucks chats with morning host Matt Pelsor about the new Tedeschi Trucks Band quadruple album project I Am The Moon that comes out in stages throughout the summer. They talked about his unique style of playing, and when he realized he had a style all his own. Finally, Derek explained just what it is he loves so much about his preferred guitar, the Gibson SG.

Tedeschi Trucks Band with Los Lobos and Gabe Dixon play TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park on Tuesday, June 28th

Find “WTTS In Conversation” here.

OverEasy: 1/30/22

Unwind with WTTS, Sunday mornings and evenings. Check out OverEasy, presented by Brothers Floor Covering from 7 to 11 AM, AND 7 to 11 PM.

Brad Holtz plays singer-songwriters, mellow and acoustic tracks, and live exclusives.

This week, we’ll hear laid-back music from Susan Tedeschi, Sting, Jason Isbell, and a new one from John Mellencamp & Bruce Springsteen, plus Sun King Studio 92 performances from Nickel Creek and Leon Bridges.

Free Download Of The Week: John Prine


After his second battle with cancer, legendary singer-songwriter John Prine returned in 2016 with his second duet album, For Better, Or Worse. The record features the two time Grammy-winner covering vintage country songs with an all-star array of female singers. Susan Tedeschi joins Prine to cover the George Jones tune “Color Of The Blues.” Download “Color Of The Blues” off For Better, Or Worse and learn more about John Prine at his Official Website, “Like” him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.


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Paul Talks to Derek Trucks

Paul talked to Derek Trucks. Derek is best-known for his work with The Allman Brothers Band, but he has a new project, the Tedeschi Trucks Band, with his wife Susan Tedeschi. They talked about recording the album, Revelator, taking the band on the road, and being a musical snob.