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Great American Taxi

Great American Taxi

Americana Denver, CO  US



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Sounds Like: Grateful Dead, Todd Snider, Wilco, Railroad Earth, Leftover Salmon

Label: GATRecords

Manager: Gold Mountain Entertainment - Nashville, TN

Bio: Americana outfit Great American Taxi has shuffled the deck in 2015 and added some new dynamic players to the fold. Having gathered with Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth fiddle player and record producer) at Silo Sound Studios in Denver, CO in late 2014 and again in early 2015 to record a new album, t...See Full Bio

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Chad Staehly


Jim Lewin


Brian Adams


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“GREAT AMERICAN TAXI, “Paradise Lost” (self-released) ✰✰✰✰1⁄2 — Rootsy rockers Great American Taxi have gotten better with every passing album and latest effort “Paradise Lost” finds them at the top of their Americana game. This is one of the rare records that can inform and/or entertain, depending on your frame of mind. There are messages about mountaintop removal, nuclear energy, soldiers returning home from war and the economic recession included in the 12 songs, but GAT don’t beat you over the head with their politics. The wonderful Todd Snider-produced “Paradise Lost” and lends his talents to keepers “Olden Days” (with Elizabeth Cook and Barry Sless) and “Radiation Blues.” Tim O’Brien also guests on “Silver Fiddle” and “Blair Mountain,” while Great American Taxi handle things by themselves on standouts “Poor House,” “Penny Arcade,” “Gonna Make a Record” and closer “Easy Listening.” Great stuff. (Jeffrey Sisk)”

— The Daily News