Tedeschi Trucks Band released a video for sweet soul songexcerpt from the last part to come from the group I am the moon tetralogy, Episode IV. Goodbye. The song was written as a tribute to the late keyboardist Kofi Burbridge, who passed away in 2019.
“When we lost Kofi, we thought back to what we were doing deep inside,” said Derek Trucks. classic rock earlier this year. “We needed to take a break and think about doing something else. He was an integral part of who we are, and he was with me for nearly twenty years, shoulder to shoulder. He was such an amazing person and a genius, one of a kind.
sweet soul song was co-written by Trucks alongside new keyboardist Gabe Dixon and Tedeschi Trucks Band vocalist Mike Mattison.
“It was Gabe,” Trucks says. “He had the idea to write about Kofi. Gabe’s words: ‘I feel your beat moving me / ‘Cause the sweet song of your soul still sings’ – who hit me between the eyes.”
“Gabe obviously had incredible respect and reverence for Kofi and his game and who he was, but Gabe was his own person,” Trucks said. classic rock. “He sat in that chair as if it were his own, but in a different way, but with complete respect for what had happened there. If someone had sat there and tried to do a Kofi thing, something would have put you off.”
The last part of I am the moon will be released on August 26, while the fourth in a series of accompanying films will premiere on the band’s YouTube channel. (opens in a new tab) August 22. On the same day, Tedeschi Trucks Band will perform tracks from the new collection on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! To display.
Tedeschi Trucks Band Tour Dates
August 18: San Diego Coast Credit Union Amphitheater, California
August 19: Los Angeles The Greek Theatre, California
August 20: Berkeley The Greek Theatre, California
August 23: Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, CA
August 24: Eugene Cuthbert Amphitheater, OR
August 26: Auburn White River Amphitheater, WA
August 27: Bend Hayden Homes Amphitheater, OR
August 28: Reno Grand Sierra Resort & Casino, NV
August 31: Boise Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Garden, ID
September 01: Bonner Kettlehouse Amphitheater, Montana
September 03: Moorhead Bluestem Center for the Arts Amphitheatre, MN
October 17: Copenhagen Amager Bio, Denmark
October 18: Copenhagen Amager Bio, Denmark
October 20: Randers Vaerket, Denmark
October 21: Oslo Sentrum Scene, Norway
October 22: Cirkus in Stockholm, Sweden
October 25: Berlin Verti Music Hall, Germany
October 26: Hamburg Edel-optics.de Arena, Germany
October 27: Prague Forum Karlin, Czech Republic
October 30: Rotterdam RTM Stadium, Netherlands
November 02: Dublin The Helix, Ireland
November 04: London The London Palladium, United Kingdom
November 5: London The London Palladium, United Kingdom
November 6: London The London Palladium, United Kingdom
November 09: Manchester Academy in Manchester, United Kingdom
November 10: Glasgow O2 Academy Glasgow, UK
November 12: Paris Le Trianon, France
November 13: Paris Le Trianon, France
November 15: Paris Bataclan, France
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