Larry Hill Taylor, legendary blues singer and drummer, is the oldest son of the master guitarist Eddie “Playboy” Taylor—VeeJay recording artist, Jimmy Reed's music partner, who powered Chicago blues with the boogie and "lump."
Today Larry’s a legend in his own right, and a leader of the current Chicago Blues generation. He faithfully carries his Mississippi-born father’s talent and his mother Vera Taylor's singing traditions. He puts the soul spirit into any occasion with the favorite songs from his West Side Chicago neighborhood--from Howlin' Wolf to James Brown. His rhythm brings people together.
LARRY SINGS "Don't Answer the Door" video
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LARRY SINGS "Shade Tree Mechanic" video
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