Check out the interview by Arlene Barshinger and I on Blog talk Radio's "N The Queue". We talk to Steve about his most recent project, "Blue Like Jazz" the movie. We also discuss the upcoming solo album, his first in 20 years, coming out later this year. And we get into the old days of Meltdown, Clone, and On The Fritz, discuss lyrics, meanings and have a lot of fun. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did:
You might be referring to his clone. . .but seriously the Steve Taylor who played with 16 horsepower is not the Roland Stephen Taylor pictured in the above profile picture. See http://www.16horsepower.com/img/biosteve.jpg for a pic of the Steve Taylor associated with 16 horsepower.
In case anyone want's to tune in...
Dave Thrush will be doing a LIVE interview on Ethan Tudor W's "The Neverhood Show" at Blog Talk Radio, Monday Oct. 25th at 10am (PST). Dave will be on to talk about his days touring with Christian Superstar "Steve Taylor", and will be taking LIVE call in questions from the fans. It's at The Neverhood Show, www.blogtalkradio.com/ethantudorw. The LIVE call in number is 1-347-324-3691. Dave Thrush was the Sax Player with "Steve Taylor & Some Band" for MOST of Steve's touring career. Be sure to check out this show and tune in!
The inspiration for many other artists, as well as the catalyst for some of their successes in the Christian music industry, Steve Taylor is truly an original artist in many ways. My only wish is that he would distribute some new material.
Took them long enough! BTW, [url=http://onfritz.com/mp3/Lament/]OnFritz.com[/url] has a full copy of the Lament of Desmond promo album, with full songs and commentary. I personally think that the first five and the last songs on [album artist=Steve Taylor]Squint[/album] are Steve Taylor's finest moments.