Look for Tea Leaf to take it to the next level in 2012 with a mix of their older songs that the fans crave to hear live as well as the new songs from “Radio Tragedy”; there is no doubt in my mind that the live Tea Leaf Green experience is going to be at an all time high. They have their own way of jamming with shorter songs then your usual jam bands, but moving from song to song with no breaks, a mix of calm to heavy before you know what hit you, and putting on a constant flow of musical madness that is led by the keyboard and pop like vocals of Trevor Garrod. When it is time throughout any song they catch a crowd off guard better and improv off each other better than any band I have ever seen, which can only be contributed to the fact that they have been playing for over a decade together learning from each other and perfecting their sound only to garner more fans and keep impressing the fans they already have. So all I can say is be prepared Wakarusa and schedule this band into your personal agenda if you want to have some Tea that will be nothing short of the best kind of trip or ride.
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By: Zach Nelson (MissoulaLive)
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