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For our German speaking friends, Max W. Achatz has reviewed BETTER PART OF ME at COUNTRY JUKEBOX in his column JUKEBOX FLASH.

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JUKEBOX FLASH

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Yale University’s Climate Connections aired my interview on 400 radio stations across the US, and posted a link to the video for “Halfway to Jesus” at their website. These folks are doing great work for all of us – interviews, lectures, articles, photographs, anything of interest to help people understand what is happening to our planet –
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The link will take you to my interview where the audio that was broadcast is playable at the top and down a ways they’ve posted a link to the video. I am so honored to be a small art of their work.

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Musical Muscle & Open Heart

By David McGee

Dulcie-Taylor-Better-Part-Of-Me-Cover-Square-1500x1500-FPerhaps after 18 years and seven albums, singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor’s time has arrived. That’s saying a lot, because for many of her growing fandom she arrived a long time ago. But in the past few years she’s really been on a roll Continue reading

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(This magazine is a print publication in Boston, MA)

Hearings

Top 5 forJuly 2018
(In NO Particular Order)
• The Exbats
• Lily Black
• Tyler Morris Band
• Joe Goldmark
• Dulcie Taylor

by Brian M. Owens
July 2018

Dulcie Taylor proves to be every bit as
fine a songwriter as she is a singer on her
new release, Better Part of Me. Boasting
a pitch-perfect, southern flavored voice, Continue reading

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Pop Culture Classics’ Recommended CDs, DVDs and Books
By Paul Freeman

DULCIE TAYLOR – “BETTER PART OF ME”

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On her latest album, singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor explores subjects ranging from love to heartbreak to climate change. With twang, edge and the ring of emotional truth, Taylor creates songs that are lyrically and melodically powerful. Continue reading