Blues/blues-rock guitarist Derek Vehicles may be the nephew of longtime Allman Brothers drummer Butch Vehicles. He shows a control of slide acoustic guitar styles operating the gamut from blues to traditional R&B and early rock and roll & move to traditional jazz. Although blues players like Friend Guy, Elmore Wayne, and Duane Allman have already been a strong impact on Vehicles’ slide acoustic guitar playing, so possess pre-’70s jazz players like John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, and Sunlight Ra. Vehicles began playing acoustic guitar when he was nine, and distributed phases and sat along with famous brands Buddy Guy as well as the Allman Brothers Music group by enough time he was 12. Vehicles started his professional profession using blues rings around his indigenous Jacksonville, Florida, and created his personal group in senior high school. Before the age group of 20, Vehicles had shared phases and jammed with Bob Dylan, Joe Walsh, and Stephen Stills. The Derek Vehicles Music group, with members varying in age group using their twenties with their forties, released their self-titled debut recording in 1997 on Landslide Information. From the Madness adopted in past due 1998. Following the change of the millennium, they released Joyful Sound (2002), Spirit Serenade (2003), Live at Georgia Theater (2004), and Songlines (2006). Currently Free made an appearance from RCA in ’09 2009. On June 22, 2010, the Derek Vehicles Music group released Roadsongs, that was recorded reside in Chicago through the 2009 Currently Free globe tour. As well as the record, Vehicles and wife and guitar-slinging partner Susan Tedeschi produced a touring music group, and appeared jointly on Herbie Hancock’s The Imagine Task record, performing the Matthew Moore traditional “Space Captain.” The Hancock documenting was issued on a single time as Roadsongs. The pair’s group, the Tedeschi-Trucks Music group, was an 11-piece soul-blues ensemble also included Oteil and Kofi Burbridge, on bass and keyboards, respectively, and drummers J.J. Johnson and Tyler Greenwell. The machine agreed upon to Sony and released their debut record Revelator on its Masterworks imprint in June of 2011.