Dulcie Taylor’s debut album, Diamond & Glass, is an unexpected pleasure rife with elegantly crafted pop songs with a jazz undercurrent, incisive lyrics, sweet, bluesy vocals reminiscent of both Joni Mitchell and Tish Hinojosa Continue reading →
Dulcie Taylor’s Diamond & Glass collects a dozen smooth, easygoing songs that mix folk, pop, and contemporary country. Highlights include the brooding “Easy for You” and “Never Enough,” the lively “It Ain’t Love,” and the surprisingly tough “I Don’t Know Anymore,” Continue reading →
The Free Lance Star – 08/01/2002 Dulcie Taylor releases ‘Diamond and Glass’ by Michael Zitz
McLean singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor had been winning over coffeehouse and club crowds before attracting critical acclaim and getting radio play for her new pop album “Diamond and Glass,” released in June. But she insists she didn’t do anything differently when she recorded the CD. ” I do what I do. . . ,” Continue reading →
Dulcie Takes Best Songwriter at the 2014 New Times Awards Dulcie Taylor won the New Times Music Award for Best Songwriter 2014. She took home the same award last year, 2013. Here is a picture of the two “Newties” as they are called, side-by-side. The “Newtie” is 10 pounds of solid bronze in the shape of a microphone and is made of metal reclaimed from decommissioned weapon systems.
When renowned Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz (his shows include Godspell, Pippin, and Wicked) was interviewed on The Atrium Stage at the Kennedy Center by Michael Kerker of ASCAP, he entertained and thrilled the sold-out crowd with his stories and his songs. Then Mr. Schwartz introduced songwriters from the Mid-Atlantic region who each performed an original song. Dulcie performed her song, Diamond & Glass.
Diamond & Glass Wins A WAMMIE!! Dulcie's CD, "Diamond & Glass," won a WAMMIE for Best Contemporary Folk Recording. Thank you to everyone who voted for the CD. Dulcie is very honored, because this award is voted on mostly by other musicians and people involved in different aspects of music. Thank you to Mike Schreibman and everyone at WAMA.
As a lover and writer of poetry, Dulcie serves on the Board of the Poetry Series at Washington, D.C.'s Folger Shakespeare Library. The Folger attracts scholars from around the globe, and is also home to the world's largest collection of Shakespeare's printed works, as well as magnificent collections of other rare Renaissance books and manuscripts. She also serves on the board of The Writers Center in Bethesda, MD. "The Writer's Center hosts literary events, readings and conferences; sells books and literary magazines; and offers a congenial, supportive environment for writing groups to meet." They also provide all levels of workshops for a wide range of literary genres.
Dulcie wins the Grand Prize in Broadjam's Steinberg Finals. Broadjam's Steinberg Finals, a song competition sponsored by Steinberg, the Germany-based company that manufactures digital audio recording equipment. The prize is the Steinberg Ultimate Studio Solution, "a combination of hardware and software worth over $10,000." Broadjam is a 125,000 member-strong organization of songwriters that hosts a massive online database of searchable songs for film/tv, advertisers, recording artists, etc. by writers from all 50 U.S. states and over 150 countries worldwide. "The Broadjam Pro Services group designs and builds custom technology for music industry clients such as Warner/Chappell, Academy of Country Music, Peavey, Yamaha and others."