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  • Tedeschi Trucks Band Coming Back To The Saenger Jan 7&8

    2022 is coming and it's high time to get back to some old stomping grounds. We're excited to announce multi-night runs in New Orleans, Chicago, Nashville and Washington, D.C!

    January 7, 8 -- New Orleans, LA -- Saenger Theatre
    January 21, 22, 28, 29 -- Chicago, IL -- The Chicago Theatre
    February 3, 4, 5, 17, 18, 19 -- Washington, D.C. -- Warner Theatre
    February 22, 23, 25, 26 -- Nashville, TN -- Ryman Auditorium

    Pre-sales are happening now for Swamp Family members (not a member? sign up here). Artist pre-sales start today at 12 Noon ET for DC, 12 Noon CT for New Orleans and 11am CT for Nashville and Chicago. Public on-sales are on Friday, October 29 at 10am local time.

    Use the following codes for the artist pre-sales:

    DC: TTb2ie9
    New Orleans: TTb2si3
    Chicago: TTb2st5
    Nashville: TTb2z3r

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    Big hassle trying to get them as Ticketmaster said something like they couldn't process the request, try another device. I went from my computer to my phone and finally even tried navigating the Internet on my Smart TV...same result.

    After being told to clear my cache, which I did on my computer and my phone and it still didn't work, it finally worked when I took my phone off Wi Fi and used it. I guess TM sensed more than one device coming in via the same Wi Fi connection (though each device has a unique IP address...).

    They always play great at the Saenger, where Susan and Derek met she has said from the stage. I'd like to go to both nights but am already into it for $250... Like the Dead, you know you will get two different set lists.

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    • #3
      I had similar problems, "try another device" on both personal and work laptops. Eventually succeeded using the android app.

      Going both nights, looking forward to it.
      Visit my Jazzfest advice site: http://jazzfest.swagland.com/

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      • #4
        I had no issues getting tix. Going Fri as I have to work on Sat. This is the longest I've gone without seeing them since they became a band back in 2010 having last seen them at The saenger back in 2019.

        I actually wish they'd play Champions Square, The Fillmore or someplace without seats on the floor near the stage. The shows I've seen in those types of places were way more fun and the band seems to feed off the crowd energy. Not so much that way at The Saenger or Beacon shows I've seen.
        Last edited by jjazznj; 10-26-2021, 09:07 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jjazznj View Post
          I had no issues getting tix. Going Fri as I have to work on Sat. This is the longest I've gone without seeing them since they became a band back in 2010 having last seen them at The saenger back in 2019.

          I actually wish they'd play Champions Square, The Fillmore or someplace without seats. The shows I've seen in those types of places were way more fun and the band seems to feed off the crowd energy. Not so much that way at The Saenger or Beacon shows I've seen.
          I have extremely fond memories of seeing them at the newly reopened Joy in October 2013 which I think was around Blues and Vegan BBQ Festival time.

          Most of us were in the standing area near the sound desk and the sound and the show were both fantastic.

          It was a great night with a good Krewe of friends.

          Ah the memories.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Gards View Post

            I have extremely fond memories of seeing them at the newly reopened Joy in October 2013 which I think was around Blues and Vegan BBQ Festival time.

            Most of us were in the standing area near the sound desk and the sound and the show were both fantastic.

            It was a great night with a good Krewe of friends.

            Ah the memories.
            I was in the balcony for that show. The hung PA was pointed right at you up there and I have said it was the best concert sound I've ever heard. To have so many open mics for all those instruments/singers and never have any feedback is an accomplishment. And that night, it seemed everyone was positioned in the mix in a way that made it sound like it was coming from where they were standing on the stage, with Derek's guitar and Susan's voice in the middle on top, just enough louder than everyone else.

            Their Front Of The House sound is always superb.
            Last edited by chopitulas; 10-27-2021, 12:58 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by chopitulas View Post

              I was in the balcony for that show. The hung PA was pointed right at you up there and I have said it was the best concert sound I've ever heard. To have so many open mics for all those instruments/singers and never have any feedback is an accomplishment. And that night, it seemed everyone was positioned in the mix in a way that made it sound like it was coming from where they were standing, with Derek's guitar and Susan's voice in the middle on top, just enough louder than everyone else.

              Their Front Of The House sound is always superb.
              I whole heartedly agree with all of the above Choppa.

              I remember us discussing this show a while back.

              It was a magnificent show and luckily you were protected from the antics of the selfie stick wielding Tyrant by virtue of your seating

              I just found the old ticket to the above mentioned show, which was hard to do as I am half pissed at 10 15 pm.
              The show was presented by Winter Circle Productions, who may or may not have been part of AEG back then, but who knows.

              It was Wednesday Oct 19 2013 and a GA standing ticket was $43 I think from what I can read.

              I have been very fortunate over the years to have been able to see heaps of gigs both large and small from next to the mixing desk.
              .
              And I do not take it for granted and or forget how very lucky I have been.

              I am now listening to the live TTB version of Why Does Love Have To be So Sad.

              Excellent stuff. I love TTB and cant wait until I am next able to see them again.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Gards View Post

                I whole heartedly agree with all of the above Choppa.

                I remember us discussing this show a while back.

                It was a magnificent show and luckily you were protected from the antics of the selfie stick wielding Tyrant by virtue of your seating

                I just found the old ticket to the above mentioned show, which was hard to do as I am half pissed at 10 15 pm.
                The show was presented by Winter Circle Productions, who may or may not have been part of AEG back then, but who knows.

                It was Wednesday Oct 19 2013 and a GA standing ticket was $43 I think from what I can read.

                I have been very fortunate over the years to have been able to see heaps of gigs both large and small from next to the mixing desk.
                .
                And I do not take it for granted and or forget how very lucky I have been.

                I am now listening to the live TTB version of Why Does Love Have To be So Sad.

                Excellent stuff. I love TTB and cant wait until I am next able to see them again.
                I suggest you join us at the Saenger...

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post

                  I suggest you join us at the Saenger...
                  Wait, you coming to town, CH?
                  Visit my Jazzfest advice site: http://jazzfest.swagland.com/

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by swag View Post

                    Wait, you coming to town, CH?
                    Are you referring to twelve inch cock?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post

                      I suggest you join us at the Saenger...
                      I wish,

                      But I am meant to be having a much needed hand operation in Jan.

                      The op has been pushed back twice already due to the problems created by Covid cases taking up heaps of beds in some hospitals.

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                      • #12
                        Although I haven't gone there yet (tried Sunday but they were closed for Dinner) there is a funky new Latin tapas joint across Canal St (110 S Rampart St) from The Saenger called Besame. I'm sure I'll be there before the Fri TTB show if anyone wants to stop by. Or maybe this Sunday before heading over to The Dome....

                        https://besame-nola.com/
                        Last edited by jjazznj; 10-28-2021, 01:31 AM.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by swag View Post

                          Wait, you coming to town, CH?
                          That's the plan.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post

                            That's the plan.
                            Very cool!!!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post

                              That's the plan.
                              Lock Up Your Grand Mothers.

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