Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Dulcie Taylor grew up in South Carolina. Influenced by her mother’s love for Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra along with her sister’s rock & roll records while singing in a Baptist church, Dulcie’s musical education was broad and multi-faceted. Her education didn’t end there though. When she was old enough to travel abroad, she found her way to California seeking a better way of life for herself. There, Dulcie began to find her voice. Continue reading →
REIMAGINED Dulcie Taylor. Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings. Grab a handkerchief in preparation for listening to singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor’s latest release, Reimagined, which isn’t new material per se but reinterpretations of six original songs of hers (two which had a collaborator) close to her heart.
I became acquainted with Taylor’s work after being wowed by her last release, Better Part of Me, which came out in the summer of 2018. Continue reading →
When Dulcie Taylor left the East Coast for California, it was a gift to local Americana fans. This gifted singer-songwriter fit right into the local music scene, playing all around the Central Coast, winning Best Songwriter in the New Times Music Awards twice—accolades she could add to her two East Coast WAMMIEs (Washington D.C. area music awards). Continue reading →
Prolific singer-songwriter DULCIE TAYLOR has reworked and remixed favorite songs from her storied catalog for her new smooth-Americana EP Reimagined, released digitally on May 8, 2020 via Mesa Bluemoon Recordings. The six songs received a variety of treatments in the studio from Dulcie’s long time collaborator George Nauful, who is guitarist and singer in her band, co-writer, producer, and founder of Mesa Bluemoon. Continue reading →