Taylor Brown makes sweet sounds for a sour economy. His sound is a delicious hybrid of Maroon 5 and Jason Mraz, mixed with a little John Mayer on acid.
Taylor Brown was born in the big sky country of Montana but was literally raised by a Broadway singing star that immersed his young life in music.
Taylor Brown has played for 5000+ capacity audiences at venues such as Benaroya Hall in (Seattle), the Metra Park Arena in (Billings), Poncho Concert Hall in (Seattle), and The Gaylord Entertainment Center in (Nashville).
His music has been featured in movies (“Center of Time,” “The Red Dress,” “Portrait of a Woman”) and on television (“Fox Sports”).
Not only did Taylor Brown write and produce every song on Bar Stool Ferris Wheels, but he also played every instrument heard on the tracks.
"Taylor Brown has loads of musical talent, and as a composer I'd put him up against the best in pop music right now. He's a talented rookie coming out of Spring Training ready to set the world on fire. This kid can't miss."
-Wildy's World - gave Bar Stool Ferris Wheels a 4 out of 5 star rating
"Holy cow, This kid [Taylor Brown] is going to be a star! The world better watch out for him.”
-Jay Andrews, former steel guitar player for Tim Mcgraw, Brad Paisley, Dirks Bentley, Joe Nickols, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn, The Lynn Sisters, Johnny Paycheck, etc...
“Taylor Brown’s music is reminiscent of Paul Simon and James Taylor, yet his sound has a serious edge of rock. The resulting mix is unique and irresistible.”
-Kelly Harland, Origin Recording Artist and Former RCA Recording Artist