Load remaining images Tedeschi Trucks Band brought their Wheels of Soul Tour to the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in Indianapolis, IN with Hot Tuna and The Wood Brothers for another night of synergetic musicianship across the board. The twelve-piece powerhouse consistently delivers an outstanding mix of originals and covers, executing authentic interpretations of songs both old and new to thrilling effect. The band’s school of thought is simple: honor your teachers, and welcome new students. Their setlist often includes musical nods to heroes of the Blues and Rock and Roll, and Wednesday night’s show was no different.With covers of Derek and the Dominos, Eldmore James, The Beatles, Billy Taylor, The Rolling Stones, and Blind Willie McTell, Tedeschi Trucks Band (and The Derek Trucks Band) originals sprinkled through to even out a complete show of mastery. The encore featured “Statesboro Blues,” a song guitarist Derek Trucks has famously played many times with the Allman Brothers Band.Hot Tuna’s Jack Cassady and Jorma Kaukonen joined the band on “The Sky Is Crying,” and The Wood Brothers returned for “Sweet Virginia.” Check out the full setlist below, and don’t miss the Wheels of Soul Tour in a city near you. Head to their website for more information.Gallery by Keith Griner of Phierce Photo //InstagramSetlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park | 7/19/17 | Indianapolis, INAre You Ready? (Sly & The Family Stone), Made Up My Mind, Laugh About It, Keep On Growing (Derek & The Dominos), Don’t Miss Me (Derek Trucks Band), Within You, Without You > Just As Strange (The Beatles), The Sky Is Crying* (Eldmore James), I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free (Billy Taylor), Sweet Virginia** (The Rolling Stones), Midnight In Harlem, I Want More > Soul Sacrifice (Santana)E: Statesboro Blues (Blind Willie McTell)*with Jack Casady and Jorma Kaukonen**with The Wood BrothersTedeschi Trucks Band | Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park | 7/19/17 | Indiana, IN | Photos by Keith Griner
Indianapolis, In. — In anticipation of higher yields this harvest season, the Indiana Grain Buyers and Warehouse Licensing Agency wants to remind the state’s licensed grain facilities that they can apply for temporary or emergency storage by contacting the agency. Requests must be submitted in writing and approved by the agency’s director.“Anytime you’re looking at higher, potentially record, yields, storage space could be a challenge for some grain facilities, which is something we want to prepare for ahead of time,” said Bruce Kettler, Indiana State Department of Agriculture director. “We want every licensee to know that temporary and emergency storage is available and to contact our grain buyers agency for assistance.”To apply for temporary or emergency storage, the licensee must adhere to the following requirements, which are outlined in the Indiana Administrative Code.For temporary storage requests, the licensee must have:asphalt or concrete floor,rigid, self-supporting sidewalls,aeration,acceptable waterproof covering,access to the grain for the purpose of sampling; and,the grain must be removed by May 1, 2019, unless an extension is granted by the agency director.For emergency storage requests, the grain must be:paid in full and owned by the elevator,removed by Jan. 31, 2019, unless an extension has been granted by the agency director; and,no stored grain belonging to others is allowed.To apply for temporary or emergency storage, click here or call (317) 232-1360.