Emporium Presents

Tedeschi Trucks Band

Myron Elkins

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Palace Theatre Columbus

Columbus, OH

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$34.50 - $109.50

Tedeschi Trucks Band


Tedeschi Trucks Band is a12-piece power house ensemble led by the husband/wife duo of guitarist Derek Trucks and singer/guitarist Susan Tedeschi,“twoof the best roots rock musicians of their generation” (NPR).With their own potent original songwriting alongside an extensive canon of influences, the dynamic all-star band owns a reputation for world-class musical expression bolstered by each album and every performance. Since forming in 2010, TTB’s caravan has traveled countless miles to bring their music to audiences around the world. From sold-out multi-night residencies across America to barn storming tours through Europe and Japan to the flagship Wheels of Soul annual summer amphitheater tour, the band’s shows are an eagerly anticipated highlight of the live music calendar and “nothing short of exhilarating” (Salon).Whether on stage or in the studio, when these supremely talented artists get together, it’s a musical experience of profound quality. The band’s most recent release-Layla Revisited (Live At LOCKN’)featuring Trey Anastasio-is a2CD/3LP live recording of their “epic” and “now-legendary”(Relix)performance of the classic Derek and the Dominos album and joins an impressive and growing discography that includes Signs(2019),High & Mighty EP (2019),Let Me Get By(2016),Made Up Mind(2013), and the Grammy-winning debut, Revelator(2011) in addition to their earlier live releases, the Grammy-nominated film/audio, Live From The Fox Oakland(2017), and 2012’sEverybody’s Talkin’. In 2021, TTB convened in the studio to write and record a wealth of new songs for their next studio album. The result isan expansive, conceptual series of recordings that promise to be one of the most exciting projects in band history and is on track for release in 2022.Tedeschi Trucks Band is also the subject of a newly-released documentary Learning To Live Together: The Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen, which Variety hails as “a serious blast of rock’n’ roll love…and a testament to how one gorgeously raucous rock ‘n’ roll moment can reverberate through the decades.” The film chronicles the historic Mad Dogs reunion concert spearheaded by Tedeschi and Trucks that took place at 2015’s LOCKN’ festival. Tedeschi Trucks Band is Susan Tedeschi (guitar, vocals), Derek Trucks (guitar), Gabe Dixon (keyboards, vocals), Brandon Boone (bass), Tyler “Falcon” Greenwell (drums), Isaac Eady(drums), Mike Mattison (vocals), Mark Rivers (vocals), Alecia Chakour (vocals), Kebbi Williams(saxophone), Ephraim Owens (trumpet) and Elizabeth Lea (trombone).

Myron Elkins


Myron Elkins didn’t set out to become a full-time musician. After graduating from high school, the then 17-year-old instead became a welder in his hometown of Otsego, Michigan and had every intention of making that his career. However, fate had other plans. Three years ago, a relative signed him up for a battle of the bands at a local venue, despite the fact Elkins’ only prior experience with live music was playing at church and a few bars in the small Michigan town where he grew up. With just three weeks’ notice, Elkins put a band together featuring three of his cousins and a friend. Although the group didn’t win (they came in second), the experience opened Elkins’ eyes to a very different career path.

Now, at 21 years old, he’s poised to become one of music’s most intriguing new artists with the release of his Dave Cobb-produced debut album, Factories, Farms & Amphetamines, via Elektra/Low Country Sound. Across the album’s ten tracks, Elkins crafts sharp observations informed by his working-class upbringing, infusing his music with rich personal experience. “I actually wrote a lot of these songs on the album in my head while I was welding,” he says. “I just loved to play and write all of the time. Finding people who want to do that with you isn’t always easy, but we made it work. And with this bunch of songs, it made it all worth it.”

Additional Information

Ages: All Ages

Seating: Reserved