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{Free .mp3} New song from Tedeschi Trucks Band

Any one who's been following Susan Tedeschi for awhile probably knows she's married to Allman Brothers Band guitarist Derek Trucks..and that they've been known to hook up musically as well. At the end of 2009, they formed a band and called it the Derek Trucks Susan Tedeschi Band. Now they've shortened the band's name to the Tedeschi Trucks Band..and they've recorded an album, "Revelator," which is expected to be released in June. If you sign up for the band's newsletter, you can get a free download of one of the songs. It's called "Bound for Glory," and it's a good one! It's got a bluesy gospel feel, some great slide guitar solos from Derek..and Susan demonstrates her powerful voice. You do have to wait 'til the very end of the song for her to really belt it out..it's not quite "Hurts So Bad," but it does the trick. If this song is any indication, it appears that husband of hers has reawakened Susan's bluesy side, something that we've been missing since "Just Won't Burn" blew us all away back in 1998. To sign up for the newsletter and get the download emailed to you, click here. --posted by Kitty Dunn

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