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NYC's Subway Idol Joe Taylor and band to heat up the stage at The Hard Rock Cafe Chicago
Canadian indie artist and his Philly band head to the Windy City to join up with some of Chicago's elite musicians.
In tow, from Philadelphia, PA is Tom Mellon (Drums) and Tony Mac (Rhythm Guitar) and joining them will be Frank Lucas (Keyboards), T.D. Clark (Electric Guitar) and Barry Kleiber (Bass) from Chicago. Chicago locals will be exposed to a riveting performance by Taylor's energy and infectious vocals. Mellon's drum licks and fills along with Tony Mac's rhythmic pulses will compliment the tones brought to the stage by Lucas, Clark and Kleiber.
Since the release of his album "Anything's Possible" in 2005, Taylor has released "Don't Change" and has been touring the states and Canada. He is currently working alongside LA producers, Jane Getz and Bob Tucker on his next single is which tentatively scheduled to be released sometime this Summer.
This pop/rock troubadour continues to make strides in the indie world. His epic performance woddf at Birdland Jazz Club (Jim Caruso's Cast Party) in New York City last month, earned him a standing ovation by Grammy Award Winning singer, Art Garfunkel of the folk/rock group Simon & Garfunkel. This soulful, powerhouse of a performer is bursting at the seams and is skirting the mainstream as he continues to hit popular venues in major cities across the states.
Taylor has taken the initiative to speak up and speak out to industry folk in support of I Respect Music. A movement centered around the idea that music should be respected and artists should be paid for their work. This campaign was ignited by Music Producer, Blake Morgan of ECR Music Group. One of the world’s leading independent music companies, based out of New York City.
Keep up to date on his upcoming live appearances on TV, Radio and on a stage near you. http://www.joetaylorofficial.com