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Monday, 13 September 2010 09:26

Teddy Presberg 9/13/10 + Video

Teddy Presberg 9/13/10
Written by Maic D'Agostino
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  • Date Recorded: September 13, 2010
  • Artist / Band: Teddy Presberg
  • Hosting Show: Stumble in the Dark
  • Sound: Dan Kinney
  • Video: Paul Oyrem and Matt Goad

Like a storyteller, eco-conscious guitarist Teddy Presberg likes to spin his effortless yarns, written in jazz and punctuated with funk, by calling for his listeners to follow him on his journey. Fresh and fluid yet rooted and evocative, his music simply tries to say what he feels must be said.

Last year, Presberg released his second album, Outcries from a Sea of Red, and continues to push his natural, earnest sound whether he’s on tour or playing a show here in St. Louis, which he does often. A full tone, usually rounded out by healthy doses of organ, oscillates through the informal jamming. Riffs drift around and linger like smoke or the smell of coffee. Presberg takes in the atmosphere and lets his thoughts out through his guitar, aspiring to breathe his own life into the rich history of jazz guitarists.

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