Memphis native Brandon Taylor has a cosmic American sound inspired by the 60's folk revival. Brandon started playing shows in Oxford, Mississippi while in college and fell into a crowd of songwriters including Cody and Luther Dickinson, Shannon McNally, Cary Hudson, Jimbo Mathus, and Tyler Keith.
A born rambler, Taylor has explored America with his acoustic brand of melody making. Fusing folk with electricity in the form of his first band, The Tenants, he toured throughout Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana.
His travels provided inspiration for his 2016 Madjack Records release-- Radio Ghost, engineered and produced by Grammy winner Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell and recorded live to tape at Royal Studios in Memphis, TN.
Radio Ghost features drumming by Cody Dickinson, electric guitar riffs by Luther Dickinson, soulful duets with Shannon McNally, collaborations with members of Lucero, and The Memphis Dawls.
Bob Mehr, author of New York Times bestseller "Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements" called Taylor's debut release, "an immediately likeable 10-track collection of story songs."
Photographer: Steve Roberts