Dulcie Taylor delivers an emotionally affecting new album

BY GLEN STARKEY
New Times SLO

Cover_Art_1000x1000When Dulcie Taylor speaks, there’s no hiding her South Carolina roots, reflected in both her drawling accent and her unrelenting southern charm. After establishing her singer-songwriter bonafides in the Washington D.C. area, she moved to SLO County a couple years ago and wasted no time immersing herself in our own local music scene, even while her previous three albums were enjoying radio play nationwide.

Last year she entered and won the New Times Music Awards “Best Songwriter” category and won with “Cigarette Smoke.” This year, she’s released her fourth album, Only Worn One Time, and it’s a stunner—11 tracks recorded locally at the Colorado Room in Atascadero and produced by George Nauful and Tyson Leonard, mixed by Keith Olsen, and released on Mesa/Bluemoon Records. Continue reading

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My video, “Halfway to Jesus,” has been nominated in two categories of the California Music Video Awards at Music California – BEST EYE (Cinematography) and BEST BLUES/COUNTRY. A shout out to my director, Trevor Lawrence, who works magic when he picks up a camera, still or moving pictures (and he’s a GREAT writer as well). Thank you, Trevor, for the three videos we’ve done together.

2nd Annual California MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS Finalists Announced

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My latest CD, BETTER PART OF ME, is on David McGee’s “The Deep Roots Elite Half Hundred of 2018, Pt 1.” David chooses 50 CDs released during the year and features them at DEEP ROOTS MAGAZINE. Continue reading

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Robert K Oermann • April 19, 2018

DULCIE TAYLOR/Halfway To Jesus
Writers: Taylor; Producer: George Nauful; Publishers: Raven in the Window, ASCAP; Black Iris (track)
– This is a dramatic, minor-key, cautionary ode about the damages we have inflicted on our natural world and of the cataclysmic climate that results. Swirling and compelling.

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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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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.