If there’s anything James Taylor, Jr., brings to the stage, it’s passion.
Voted Flame Magazine’s Best of 2012: Best Live Singer!
James, currently a band member in (the)fundamentalists, has been writing poems, lyrics, and songs since the tender age of 6. However, his joy of singing far exceeds that of writing. Bringing lyrics to life is what this vocal prodigy loves best. His first album, “Unknown”, can currently be found on Amazon, iTunes, CDBaby and other online retailers. He's currently busy working on his second solo album, plus his first album with (the)fundamentalists.
Besides being an accomplished singer and performer, James was featured in the film “Magic Mentah“, filmed in 2006, currently awaiting release. He also worked on projects for the book “Under The Poppy” and was in the Downriver Actors Guild production of "Legally Blonde," the musical in Fall 2012.
James is accepting bookings for 2012/2013.
(the)fundamentalists are accepting bookings for 2012/2013.
This biography was written with the assistance of Kage Alan, author of "Gaylias: Operation Thunderspell", who once called James "the gay Richard Marx for the 2010s.”
“Voice of an angel” - Jacqueline Frost (Ms. Amatuer Menjo’s 2010 and beyond, Miss Horror Dragg 2010-2012, Performers Awards of Detroit Board President)
“The male Anastacia” - KJ Karen O’Brien (Neon Nights Karaoke, Flame Magazines Best of 2012: Best Karaoke Host!)