Delivering ten songs in less than 35 minutes, one of the few flaws of A Tell All is that there ought to be more of it, but what's here is lovely stuff, and hopefully this is the beginning of a long and fruitful career for Tucker and her new crew.
During Tucker's time with the band, they released critically acclaimed albums like “Go Go Boots”, which rose to #35 on the Billboard charts and garnered significant praise.
The band made appearances on both David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon’s late night shows, and toured with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
The music she makes today flows from the same vein as the music she grew up with: songs that haunt and float like Dolly Parton’s “Down from Dover” and ones that pulse and move like Otis Redding’s “Hard to Handle,” that are at home among the donkeys and hens on her farm in Alabama.
Whether critically labeled as southern rock, Americana, or alternative country, the band is unrivaled in its detail-laden portrait of the American South.
Often opting to skip go-to themes of personal longing or romantic heartbreak, the Truckers have become masters of musical character studies.