This is a band as capable of being as spry and unpredictable in its 12th year as it was in its first.
Being part of the sprawling I Am the Moon endeavor has been deeply satisfying for this one-time solo traveler. “I’m proud of what we did,” Gabe Dixon said. “I put a lot of myself into this project.”
“Episode III. The Fall” is the most thematically focused installment in the four-part I Am the Moon saga so far.
The high quality of the material presented thus far justifies Tedeschi Trucks Band’s decision to release these songs in small batches over the course of three months.
Crescent gives us the first five songs of the I Am The Moon suite and runs about 35 minutes. Let me rephrase that: it runs about 35 perfect minutes of music.
For Boston, Derek Trucks designs the shows to celebrate Susan’s Tedeschi’s march from local clubs to being a commanding presence on concert stages around the world.
With the “Fireside Sessions,” Tedeschi and Trucks have found the perfect online format for showcasing their attention to detail, nuance, and craft.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band is capping another remarkable year of transition and growth, some of it spurred by tragedy.
So much goes on over the course of Live From the Fox Oakland that the TTB upends the notion of a band “settling” into a sound.