TAUK Schedule TAUK Request Live on nugs.net March 27
At the time, we didn’t realize how fortunate we were to hear TAUK perform at Gasparilla Music Festival on Sunday, March 8, 2020. That was about the end — for everyone — as we ducked and covered from COVID-19. The quartet posted this:
We’re back, for the first time since the world stopped short, with two full sets, live from the studio on March 27 at 8 p.m. ET on nugs.net. While we can’t have an in-person audience, we’re inviting you, our fans, to help us write the setlists for “TAUK Request Live.” Our friends Set the Set have a page set up where you can craft your own perfect setlist and share it with us. Tickets will be available starting today on nugs for just $9.99. We can’t wait to play music for you again in just a few weeks.
At last year’s show, we noted:
You will forgive us if we missed the low country sound of Anderson East, because we were about to TAUK. This brilliant quartet from Long Island have been playing their updated version of ’70s fusion for a long time, and we just hope it continues a lot longer. They CRUSHED this set start to finish, beginning with “Horizon” and closing with “Friction.” There was a segment when “Dippin’” segued into “Weenus” where they deeper in the pocket that we’ve ever heard them before. The crowd was going nuts, properly so. Matt Jalbert’s guitar lines were so gorgeous and clean, matching the keyboard wizardry of Alric ‘AC’ Carter. Charlie Dolan was rocking the low end. Isaac Teel (drums) introduced the group’s new single “Come On Now,” said in the proper tone of voice. Out of the tune “Realize,” they launched into “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)” with Teel on vocals.