Tedeschi Trucks Band makes their return to “Saturday Sessions.” Derek Trucks played with the legendary Allman Brothers Band, and for a time, Susan Tedeschi was their opening act. The two married but continued to lead separate bands until forming their own Grammy-winning group in 2010. Their latest release, the live album “Layla Revisited," is a cover of the classic “Derek and the Dominos" album. From New Haven, Connecticut, Tedeschi Trucks Band performs “Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?"
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