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Sean O'Bryan Smith Tours With Joe Taylor Group

Published: 2012-04-26
Sean O'Bryan Smith The Joe Taylor
Joe Taylor
b.1921
Group Hits the Road! April 2012


Top-charting guitarist Joe Taylor returns to the road this summer accompanied by a star-studded rhythm section featuring Steve Holley and Sean O’Bryan Smith.

Guitarist Joe Taylor is back on tour with The Joe Taylor Group. Continuing the fiery instrumental sensibility that landed his previous RCA Victor and Moonwatcher releases consistently at the top of the Billboard and R&R Charts, Joe has assembled a veritable super-group that will wow fans and newcomers alike.

Drummer Steve Holley joins the mix with a list of credits that includes recording and touring with Joe Cocker, Junior Brown, Ian Hunter and Tom Jones, not to mention his membership in a little band called Paul McCartney and Wings.

Virtuoso bassist Sean O'Bryan Smith
Sean O'Bryan Smith
Sean O'Bryan Smith
b.1971
bass
comes to JTG after touring in support of his Internationally acclaimed solo albums as well as recording and performing with artists like Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Larry Carlton, Randy Brecker and Esperanza Spalding, and his bass clinics and music magazine columns have inspired players all over the world.

The Los Angeles Times: “Guitarist Joe Taylor is like a cross between Santana and Metheny, with a little Duane Allman thrown in for good measure.”

Just Jazz Guitar Magazine: “Propelled by the tasteful and fiery fretwork of New York guitarist Taylor, the Joe Taylor Group show was a joy to watch.”

From “Interview with Brother Wease” (WNVE-The Fox): “Brother Joe, I’d love to play some cuts from your new album Accidental Sugar, but it’s at home in my disc player, where I’ve been chillin’ to it every night!”

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle: “With his impressive band, featuring Steve Holley of Wings fame, the New York City guitarist Joe Taylor soared with the finest shredding of the Festival.”


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