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  1. The Outlier Dan Tedesco 3:48
  2. Maybe I Should Do More Drugs Dan Tedesco 3:56
  3. Mad Cow Dan Tedesco 3:32
  4. Why The Seeds Won't Grow Dan Tedesco 2:57
  5. Let Me Play My Guitar (I Will Not Do You Wrong) Dan Tedesco 5:08
  6. One-Hit Wonders Dan Tedesco 4:25
  7. If The World Only Knew Dan Tedesco 4:06
  8. Over The Rise Dan Tedesco 2:39
  9. Fire In The Tumbleweed Dan Tedesco 3:29
  10. Death In The Valley Dan Tedesco 4:49

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1 day ago

Dan Tedesco

Here's a look at the show opener. I've always loved the piano/keys on this entire album, performed by the one and only Benmont Tench, and have always heard a solo piano arrangement of this song. This is from the second night of the tour, Friday, 1/11 at The Turf Club in St. Paul, MN. ✌️🎹#TPDT2019

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3 days ago

Dan Tedesco

From the opening night performance of #TPDT2019 in Chicago at City Winery, this is the title track from, "Starin' at a Green Light". I chose to use a simple hammond organ to support the vocal, and it is turning into an audience favorite. Give it a listen....✌️

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5 days ago

Dan Tedesco

Night #2! Turf Club - St. Paul, MN - 8pm show! 🤘#TPDT2019

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1 week ago

Dan Tedesco

Thoughts on the opening night of #TPDT2019 in Chicago, from a new fan......🤘

"Catch this show if you can!! I was fortunate to see the opener in Chicago and it was my first time hearing Dan perform live, so I felt compelled to give my impressions in long form here while the show was still resonating with me. Dan has the rare gift to entertain with his talents without trying to be showy or follow scripted banter. He took the stage and "warned" "I've got a lot of material to play for you so I won't be talking much." Fine - bring it! Then he proceeded to give a flawless solo performance of the daunting 15 track Wildflowers album while taking great care with the arrangements to deliver the songs note perfect but with his own interpretation. Bouncing effortlessly from piano, to Rhodes style keys, to his trusty Martin acoustic with harmonica and uke tossed in, Dan paid great tribute to Tom Petty's second solo album without ever using the moment for melancholy or nostalgia about Petty. It was easy to see and hear that Dan put in time and care in deciding how to perform each of the tracks and moving from one instrument to the next, he created a real soundscape that made the performance bigger in sound and more than just a solo guy up there. Piano songs soared, Rhodes keys had the grit and darkness of the minor key songs he chose for that instrument, and that Martin acoustic guitar and what Dan can do with it is really something to watch and hear even from someone like me who has played and performed a long time. The reverence and passion paid to each song spoke for itself to prove Dan's influence from the great writer we lost too soon. After about a 15 minute break Dan returned to perform his first album, "Starin' at a Green Light'" in its entirety on it's 10 year anniversary. After spending time with the album earlier in the day, I really enjoyed hearing the songs laid bare. I could see Dan conjuring up the emotions that must have been part of the original writing process for each song. A little more than half way through, in one of the few remarks he made from the stage Dan thanked the audience by saying "thanks, this is really great tonight" only to mean that he was grateful to be in the moment in a great venue to re-live those songs one by one for us. This is a humble, hard working, multi-talented musician and writer that deserves your attention. Being a new fan and having listened to bits of all of his albums, the one thing that really stood out for me for this tour was that Tedesco has found his voice. With the rightful comparisons to Petty, Springsteen, Dylan, etc., that you can hear come across on his records, it was a clear victory to hear his confidence in his own honest heartland voice. Congrats on the tour, Dan, you won me over big."
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