Genres:Funk, Reggae/Dub, Country - Alternative, Electronic - Trip Hop/Downtempo, Production - Electronica, Electronic - Experimental, HipHop - Experimental/Alternative, Jazz - JazzPop/Light Jazz, Jazz - Free/Avant-Garde, Alternative Pop, Specialty - Soundtrack Alternatives, Production - Rock, Production - Electronica, Rock - Roots Rock, Production - Rock, Rock - Indie Rock, Rock - Experimental/Post-Rock, Rock - Alternative Pop , Blues - Electric, Blues - Acoustic
Music rooted in improvisation, inspired by the moment and the audience.
Often compared to the funky, soulful jazz musicians such as Grant Green and Eddie Harris, you also hear artists such as The White Stripes and Beck influence his sound. His music is fresh, ever evolving, and lays out his immediate and unfiltered response to our society and times.
Teddy is known for speaking his own language on the guitar. He’s not flashy with in-your-face chops. He can own one note, and with that note, you know exactly what he means. Teddy plays for the moment, never repeating himself – risking the falls to reach the musical highs.
Ropeadope Records (DJ Logic, Christian McBride, Charlie Hunter, and Medeski, Martin, and Wood) released Teddy’s debut solo recordings: “Blueprint of Soul.” The album consists of songs written in a stream of consciousness, tracks done in one take, and unforgettable improvisational grooves. The result is a funky Friday-night party record, honored as a Critic's Pick Top 10 Album of 2007 by All About Jazz.
The Summer of 2009 welcomed Teddy’s newest musical contribution: “Outcries from a Sea of Red.” A more experimental yet more polished approach to Teddy’s music. Blues, Funk, Jazz, Electronic, Rock all make cameos on the genre-bending album.