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Sean Taylor is a singer songwriter who lives in Kilburn, north London. He has just released an album called ‘Walk With Me’ which is produced by Trevor Hutchinson (The Waterboys). The response to the album has been incredible.
The album features BJ Cole (Elton John, Sting, REM) on pedal steel, Vyvienne Long (Damien Rice, Lisa Hannigan) on cello, Justin Carroll (Van Morrison), on Hammond Organ, Dave Hingerty (The Frames, Josh Ritter) on drums and Michael Buckley (Joss Stone, Mary Coughlan) on sax.
Over the last Sean has played the main Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival and Celtic Connections as well as hundreds of other shows in the UK & Europe.
He has played support slots for John Fogerty, the Neville Brothers, George Benson, Tom Paxton, Band of Horses, Martha Tilston, Hayseed Dixie, Kelly Joe Phelps, Dick Gaughan and Martin Simpson.
He has had airplay on BBC Radio 3 (Late Junction) as well as the Bob Harris show (BBC Radio 2) with a live session that aired on the 2nd Jan 2011.
‘Atmospheric ... fabulous music’ – Bob Harris BBC Radio 2 ‘A bluesy devotional intensity that rightly draws comparisons to John Martyn’ Q Magazine ‘Beautiful and breathtaking. World class ... A truly magical album ... Exceptional. Expect a Mercury nomination’ – Love Music Hate Racism ‘Sean Taylor is the king of singer songwriter styling ... mesmerising ... A classic album’ Maverick Magazine ‘prodigiously talented singer songwriter ... touchstones would be Tom Waits and John Martyn R2 Magazine