Midnight North Kicks Off Winter Tour in Washington D.C., Welcome Members of Tedeschi-Trucks Band (PHOTOS)

Midnight North kicked off its winter tour on Thursday, February 16th at The Hamilton Live in Washington D.C., a regular stop for the Marin County-based outfit featuring Grahame Lesh and Elliott Peck sharing vocal and guitar duties. It was the first show of the year for the group, and 2023 started off in memorable fashion. With Tedeschi-Trucks Band performing the first of three nights around the corner at the Warner Theater, the night was ripe for what became an exciting drop-in as Midnight North first welcomed Tedeschi-Trucks Band trumpeter Ephraim Owens and saxophonist Kebbi Williams to the stage during an encore presentation of “Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning” (a Blind Willie Johnson cover) and then Susan Tedeschi herself for the night’s closer, the Grateful Dead’s “Turn On Your Love Light,” highlighted by the TTB co-leader playfully wrapping right around Grahame to commandeer his Gibson Les Paul.


Poor Hand
Under the Lights
Good for You I Guess (Elliot Peck song)
Wild Card
Round & Round
Good Days
Way Back In the Way Back (Hiss Golden Messenger over)
Greene County
Back to California
Sailor & The Sea
Cold Rain and Snow
We’re Not Alone

Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning (Blind Willie Johnson cover, with Ephraim Owens on trumpet and Kebbi Williams on saxophone)
Turn on Your Love Light (with Susan Tedeschi on vocals and sharing/commandeering Grahame’s guitar, Ephraim and Kebbi)

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