Biography

There are at least two artists who have recorded under this name.

1) A European singer from the late 1980s who had a few minor dance hits including “Say You’ll Be Mine” and “Feel So Fine”. The same singer might be responsible for “The Sound Of Anastacia”, a tribute album released in 2009.

2) A singer/songwriter from Ohio. She describes her genre as country/soul.

In 2002 Kim Taylor released her first record So Black, So Bright and was crowned new artist of the year by Cincinnati’s Citybeat Magazine. She followed with an EP in 2004 and an invitation to Austin’s SxSW Festival. In 2005 she tour supported and accompanied Cincinnati based group, Over the Rhine and has since been tricked into opening for Ron Sexsmith, Aqualung, Ben Lee, Teitur, Amy Rigby, Grant Lee Phillips Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Clem Snide, Richard Shindell, Tom McRae, Gran Bel Fisher, Ollabelle, Josh Ritter and a few others.

Her sophomore full-length I Feel Like A Fading Light was released independently in 2006. I Feel Like A Fading Light was chosen as album of the week in November ‘06 by NPR’s World Cafe and was chosen as one of Performing Songwriter’s Top Records of 2007. Go figure. She is currently at work on her next record to be released at the end of 2008…

Visit also her website kim-taylor.net.

Edited by wiccum on 12 Jan 2011, 02:34

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