Segment of Society Productions presents
Bryce Ernest Taylor
Friday, November 21 | 8:00p | free
Songwriting, singing, and playing the guitar have never been a choice for Texas-born, finger-picking, Bryce Ernest Taylor. It
is just a part of who he is. His compassion and understanding of the human condition, his natural musical talent, and his
desire to share this through his smooth voice and rhythmic guitar skills made his entry into the Indie-Folk music scene
inevitable. His winding road through the various terrains of love and life, marriage and fatherhood, informs his songwriting
and has led to an appreciation of life that pervades his musical expression. Drawing from his own, as well as others', life
experiences and the diverse musical influences of folk rock of the 60's and 70's, 80's new wave, and a wealth of progressive
singer/songwriters of the past two decades, he comes up with a sound personal and unique. Affectionately given the nickname
of "capo boy" at one of Paul Reisler's songwriting camps for his use of multiple capos (thanks to Don Conoscenti ), he refuses to
let the guitar make the same old sounds or to write songs with a cookie-cutter.
She's a swingin', sassy, rockabilly redhead who sings what most won't say. With influences like Elvis Presley, Wanda
Jackson, The Beatles, and Dolly Parton, she's a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n' roll. Her name is
Lindsay Brandt, but you can call her Red.
Next Songwriter's Circle - Friday, December 19