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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 21, 2011
Morning Crew Music, Inc. is proud to introduce R&B Artist, Gary Taylor as he launches his new website at http://www.morningcrew.com. The moniker represents an inimitable level of R&B artistry that has long been supported with unflinching passion by a global fan base that has strong roots in the USA, the UK, and the many fans who’s numbers are growing in 19 different countries in Africa through the release of his product on Sony Records South Africa.
As a songwriter and producer, Taylor effortlessly spans black music genres and generations, having worked with both veteran acts Anita Baker (“Good Love”), the Whispers (“Just Gets Better With Time,” “My Heart, Your Heart”) “Ugly Betty” star and singer Vanessa Williams (“My Flame”) and a new wave of soul artists, Lalah Hathaway (“I’m Coming Back” among them. He is hailed by both neo-soul and hip-hop artists, some of whom have sampled his music (Tribe Called Quest).
However, it is as a recording artist and performer that Taylor truly comes into his own. During his eight popular Morning Crew Music, Inc. recordings, including SQUARE ONE, THE MOOD OF MIDNIGHT and RETRO BLACKNESS and hit tracks such as “Blind To It All,” “Flirting With An Angel,” “Hold Me Accountable,” “Woman of Color” (featuring Will Downing and Scotty Scott of the Whispers) and 2007’s “Lovin’ My People” (which went to #1 at Stevie Wonder’s KJLH 102.3 FM in Los Angeles), Taylor exemplifies the melodic musicality that has always placed modern, sophisticated soul in a class of its own.
For Taylor’s following, his sterling spot dates opening for the likes of Rachelle Ferrell at Washington D.C.’s Constitution Hall, Teena Marie at Detroit’s Opera House, Nelson Rangell at Freedom Hill, just outside Detroit, and Rahsaan Patterson at The Masonic Temple, Detroit are simply not enough. They want more of Taylor on his own, as a headliner.
His current songwriting efforts have paired him with Najee (“Moon Over Carolina”), and co-writing with his good friend Will Downing (Something Special). “Co-writing is something I had never done successfully until hooking up with friends like Doc Powell and Will Downing. I’ve always chosen to write alone because my lyrical thinking is a bit outside the box”, says Taylor.
Gary Taylor is available for Booking. Please contact Louise West at (212) 307-1459.
Please visit Gary’s website at http://www.morningcrew.com for much more information, including mp3's, Videos and contact information.