Now back from his mini winter tour, that took the effortless vocal powers of this indie rock/pop artist to such cities such as Austin, Houston, opening up for the alternative indie band, Electric Heights, Los Angeles, performing with drummer, Michael Holowatch at NAMM, the world’s largest trade-only event and making his final stop in the Windy City of Chicago, performing with his band, Frank Lucas (keyboards), Brian T.D. Clark (electric guitar), Barry Kleiber (bass), Chuck White (drums) and special guest, Jovie Calma (singer/TV Host/Journalist)
Taylor is no stranger to the iconic venues of New York City. He’s made appearances at CBGB’s, 313 Gallery, The Knitting Factory, The Bitter End, Kenny's Castaway's, The Red Lion, C-Note and The Triad Theatre. His musical travels have also taken him outside the city limits to venues such as House of Blues, The Mandalay Bay Casino, M Resorts, The Tower Theater and The Paramount in Huntington on Long Island, opening up for Rick Springfield.
Bestowed with the title of “Subway Idol” by The New York Times and a video feature on his story of a local musician’s daily trek through the concrete streets and underground cities of New York, Joe Taylor continues to bring his passion for his music to his fans. With two albums under his musical belt, “Anything’
As a continued supporter and volunteer with Musicians On Call, a not-for-profit organization, which recruits volunteer musicians for their Bedside Performance Program, Taylor is compelled to give back through his music, by bringing live, in-room performances to patients undergoing treatment or unable to leave their hospital beds.
Taylor and band will be performing original songs from his CD, “Anything’
Tickets for Joe Taylor’s performance at Webster Hall are on sale at TicketWeb.com