For Record Store Day 2019, Tedeschi Trucks Band will be releasing High and Mighty. This EP features unreleased songs from the recording sessions for Signs and a live version of “Shame” from the Chicago Theatre 2018 Residency.
Only 2000 of these will be made! Support your local record store!Read More
Excited to announce a few new shows! I’ll be playing a free show with Repenter in LA on Saturday March 16 before playing in Europe with Chris Potter. From April 29 - May 2, I’m also looking forward to join Jon Batiste & Stay Human in The Late Show with Stephen Colbert house band in New York City. Finally, I’ll be reuniting with Wayne Krantz and Keith Carlock at the Iridium Jazz Club in New York City on June 6.
This week, I’ll be in Europe with JZ Replacement (Jamie Murray and Zhenya Strigalev). Check out all dates on my Tour Page!Read More
Excited to announce Ego Mondo, a new band including myself, Gary Novak, and Scott Kinsey! Here’s the first track “Justice Part One” featuring Kokayi. Our full record will be coming soon with special guests Troy Zeigler, Rachel Eckroth, Michael Landau, and Jason Lindner!
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Excited to kick off 2019 with these upcoming shows! I’ll be with Daniel Rosenboom in Los Angeles on January 6 before playing at the Village Vanguard in New York City with Donny McCaslin, Mark Guiliana, Jason Lindner, and special guests from January 22-27. Then, I’ll be heading to Japan with Donny McCaslin in February. All dates are below on my Tour page, and stay tuned for more!Read More
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Whose Hat Is This? sadly had to cancel our upcoming December tour. Thanks to all of our fans new and old for an incredible year. Looking forward to see you all again in 2019!Read More
The new Whose Hat Is This? album Everything’s OK is out today! The album is a live recording of our show at The 8x10 in Baltimore last December. Get your copy today, and hope to see you in our last run of dates for 2018, which includes our return to The 8x10!
Whose Hat Is This? December 2018 Tour Dates:
Mon 12/17/18 Washington DC at The Hamilton
Tue 12/18/18 Philadelphia, PA at Milkboy
Wed 12/19/18 Baltimore, MD at The 8x10
Thu 12/20/18 New York, NY at Rockwood Music Hall
Thanks to Relix for featuring Whose Hat Is This? in their October/November issue! Check out the article below, and we can’t wait for you to hear our new record Everything’s OK out this Friday 11/16! You can pre-order the album below.Read More
Head on over to the Whose Hat Is This? Bandcamp to pre-order our new album Everything’s OK. You can also get our debut album digitally on Bandcamp and on limited edition vinyl on my web store. We’re also looking forward to a week of shows in the Southeast starting tonight—see you out on the road!Read More
So proud to have produced Rachel Eckroth’s new album When It Falls as well as play alongside many other great musicians including Derek Trucks, Sterling Campbell, Gerry Leonard, and Doyle Brahmhal II. Check out the record below, and stay tuned for more projects as a producer!Read More
I had the honor of being part of the re-recording of David Bowie’s Never Let Me Down with incredible musicians Reeves Gabrels, David Torn, and Sterling Campbell. The album is part of the Loving The Alien (1983-1988) box set, which is the 4th in a series of box sets commemorating David Bowie’s career. You can grab the set below!Read More
We can’t wait to begin our tour this Sunday 10/14 in New York City at Nublu! Come on out and soothe your Tedeschi Trucks Band residency hangover with us. If you’re not in New York City, check out the rest of our tour dates below. Hope you can join in on the fun!Read More
Donny McCaslin’s new album Blow. is out today! I had a great time recording this album with the guys, and it includes a track I co-wrote called “What About The Body”. Check out the record below!Read More
Atlanta! We're excited to play at Music In The Park ATL tomorrow, an open street festival organized by our very own Kebbi Williams to raise money for local music programs.
More info can be found on the festival page or Facebook event. Also, if you can help Music In The Park reach their goal of raising $10,000 your kindness and support would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks and hope to see you out there!Read More