Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi
aren't the type of rock stars being hounded by paparazzi at the grocery store, or that you'll find on TMZ.
has also been immersed in music since her
Born in Boston to a Catholic family, she was active in choir and theater while still in grade school.
eventually began finding musical inspiration in African-American Baptist churches, where the music was "less repressed and more like a celebration of God.
By the age of 13 she
was singing with local bands, and went on to study at Berklee College of Music
, the largest and most prestigious independent college of contemporary music in the world.
Bachelor of Music degree in musical composition and performance at age 20.
Tedeschi formed the Susan Tedeschi Band in 1994, which went on to produce some very successful albums.
In 2000, her
album Just Won't Burn reached Gold record sales of 500,000 in the United States, a feat rarely achieved in the blues music realm.
Considering the impact that music has had on each of their lives, it only seems fitting that music is exactly what brought Trucks and Tedeschi
The two met in New Orleans in 1999, when the Susan Tedeschi Band
was opening for The Allman Brothers
on their Summer Tour.
I like to cook and clean and do laundry and kind of be a girl control freak," said Tedeschi
When you take into account their downright staggering list of accolades and accomplishments, it's hard to imagine what the limit is for Tedeschi