Woodsongs

Ben Taylor and Von Grey

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BEN TAYLOR has marked his music with memorable melodies, immaculate acoustic guitar playing and insightful, honest lyrics. He has been captivating fans since the moment he embarked on this journey ten years ago. As the son of James Taylor and Carly Simon, Ben has led a life so far in which music has always played a central role. His wit and skill as a singer-songwriter showcases an artist who is comfortable both in his own skin and with his impressive musical legacy. Listening is the follow up album to Taylor's critically acclaimed 2008 release The Legend Of Kung Folk - Part 1 (the Killing Bite). VON GREY is an Atlanta-based quartet of four classically trained sisters with soulful four-part harmonies, poetic lyrics and indelible melodies. Performances include over 200 shows in the past 2 years ranging from intimate venues to supporting gigs with Sarah McLachlan. Their five-song EP captures the band's essence and the raw intensity of their live performances.
 

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