Published on Dec 27, 2012
Alabama Music Office.com goes to Shoal Creek near Florence, Alabama to attend Dick Cooper's Day-After-Thanksgiving-Party 2012. Singer/songwriter Taylor S. Hoch was on hand to perform her song, "Everywhere Else."
Taylor's been in this studio in Sheffield, AL this September for that good 'ol Muscle Shoals sound with legendary producer and engineer Jerry Masters (48 Gold/Platinums), his beautiful and talented wife, Jan, and fellow engineer, Jimmy Nutt, recording her new album (name to be released once the editing is complete). Also playing on her album are legends like David Hood on bass and Will McFarlane on lead guitar. Eddie Russell performed percussion, Opie Stewart on harp and backup vocals, Andrew Sharpe on piano, and many more dedicated and talented artists.
It's Official! Taylor and the band!
Jason "Opie" Stewart on harp and backup vocals
Jerry Masters on Bass and sound engineer
Taylor-songwriter, singer and playing Liz
Eddie Russell on drums and percussion
"Dr." Jay Jernigan on lead guitar and backup vocals
Out of the Blue, is now available!
An artist who's been through enough to write a thousand songs but was denied the chance, Taylor Hoch was told she'd never walk again or for that matter play guitar. Today she smiles, and will happily walk up to you to start a conversation while carrying her guitar between gigs. She frequents the Huntsville area music scene selecting from a plethora of newly crafted melodic euphony that only a dulcet weathered voice can echo. The kind of folk music where no emollient exists to cure the bumps her simplistic chords and deep echoing lyrics will leave behind on your skin.
Join her for a moment, open your heart and try to fathom how her voice couldn't betray the depth of still halcyon emotion flowing through her veins.