Larry Hill Taylor: Stepson of the Blues: Links, Videos
- YouTube: Who's That knocking
Larry sings his version of the Elmore James classic "Who's That Knocking at Your Door," New Years Eve 2012 at the Good Times Lounge, South Side of Chicago.
- YouTube: Tell Me Baby
Larry Taylor Blues and Soul Band at the Good Times Lounge, New Year 2012, plays Larry's original tune based on a Howlin' Wolf riff: West Side Wes drums, Barry on bass, Barrelhouse Bonni keys, Ice Mike guitar.
- YouTube: Cheaper to Keep Her
Larry Hill Taylor and his Chicago West Side band play New Years Eve 2012 at Good Times Lounge on the South Side. On drums, West Side Wes; Barry on bass; Tom Rogers, guest, on guitar; Barrelhouse Bonni on keys.
- YouTube: Shake for Me
Larry's take on the Howlin' Wolf classic gets Good Times Lounge women on the dance floor, New Years Eve 2012 on the South Side of Chicago. Featuring West Side Wes drums, Barry on bass, Barrelhouse Bonni keys, guest guitarist Tom Rogers.
- YOUTUBE: Larry Sings "All Night Long"
Larry sings Magic Sam's "Boogie All Night Long" in Marietta Ohio Blues Challenge contest in February 2006, with Willie Davis on guitar, Michael "Sleepy" Riley on bass, West Side Wes on drums. Judges placed the band eighth. Should they have won? Send us your comments on the CONTACT page!
- YouTube: Born with the Blues
Larry Hill Taylor, New Years Eve at the Good Times Lounge, South Side Chicago, sings "Born with the Blues" and "Spider in My Stew," two slow-blues favorites from Buster Benton, who Larry played on stage with back in the 1980s. Playing on this song are West Side Wes, drums; Tom Rogers,guest on guitar; Barry on Bass and Barrelhouse Bonni, keys.