Taylor McCall It has been a wild ride for singer/songwriter, Taylor McCall. Taylor has recorded a full length studio album Southern Heat (2017) as well as an EP (2019), in 2020 released single “Quartermaster” which has earned over 200K streams. This year he rolled in the year with “The Hounds”, which you can find on various playlists like Indigo and New Music Nashville and has been featured on Emerging Americana. Taylor McCall has worked with some of Nashville’s finest musicians, producers, engineers and studios, including the legendary Sound Emporium. He has shot a video for “Jericho Rose” and played some of the best venues in the industry, including the coveted “Sunday Spotlight” at the world famous Bluebird Café. McCall grew up always loving music and listening to the rock bands of his day, but over time he has grown to be inspired by artists like Sturgill Simpson, Ry Cooder and Pops Staples. At the age of 8 Taylor got his first guitar and began crafting songs. “Even though I was writing songs that I thought were pretty good, I was reluctant to play them for anyone because I was not very confident in my voice”. In fact, Taylor did not sing live until he was 18-years old. We are glad he did because throughout the industry his vocals have been recognized as “a once in a generation type voice”. Taylor has finished an album produced by Sean McConnell which will be released on Thirty Tigers later this year.