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Wall-a-thon: A Benefit for Friends in Need. Part 1 by Jeff Taylor

Ryan Warnberg of MRI Lightpainting shot and edited this short film as an advertisement for Saturday’s Mercury Lounge benefit show. My shoes get a pretty sexy closeup…their skyPager is blowin the f*** up. And oh yeah, this is my brand new song.



Can’t wait to rock the Mercury on Saturday. We’re especially excited because our original bass player, Neal Persiani will join us for the gig.

Wall-a-thon: A Benefit for Friends in Need.
Mercury Lounge Saturday, December 17, 2011.
Featuring Chappo, Jeff Taylor, Monogold, & Lucius.

Steve Wall and his family lost their home in the flood caused by Hurricane Irene. To help the Walls get back on their feet, all proceeds from this show will be donated to their family. Additionally, Blackbird New York and Brooklyn Royalty will donate their services and provide on-site screen printing of event t-shirts. All proceeds from the t-shirts will go to the Wall family. Check out a preview of the shirts and donate directly to the Wall Family Relief Fund here.

Tickets: http://www.mercuryloungenyc.com/event/72895
$10 adv, $12 day of show.

To donate directly to the Walls’ relief fund via a secure PayPal account, click here.

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Friday Night: Rockwood Music Hall by Jeff Taylor

On Friday night, we’re playing at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2. The show starts at 10 o’clock. You can get in for $5. You must be 21 to enter.



USGS, Gigs. by Jeff Taylor

Puttin’ in some time at the offices of the United States Geological Survey, in the San Gabriel Mountains of Southern California…. Whatever…. Anyway, playing at Rockwood Stage 1 on July 24th, with a good friend of mine – San Gabriel Kahane. Come by. Ok, bye; gotta collect some P WAVES. -jeff



Kaleid-O-Vision™ Preview of New Song Intro by Jeff Taylor
March 26, 2010, 10:46 pm
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Saturday April 3rd – Rockwood Music Hall with Elizabeth Ziman (of Elizabeth & The Catapult) – 11pm, No Cover, 21+ … Please Enjoy the Kaleid-O-Vision™ Below.

Jeff



Harvard Yard by Jeff Taylor

Putting in some office hours in the Slavic Languages & Literatures office here in Cambridge. *yawwwnnnn…”
jf



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC! “Gigs, Founding Persons, Breakfast, & Iron Horses.” by Jeff Taylor

A sloshy, tepid Tuesday tack-up of “Gigs, Founding Persons, Breakfast, & Iron Horses.”  (For a multimedia experience, mouse over links as you read…)

Today: Stationed in the unpredictable environs of Bushwick, Brooklyn. No saying what beasts loom! Life abounds beneath my soleworn Cons.

Note to self – On this morning’s walk…could feel, through threadbare argyle socks, holey, faux-rubber shoe bottoms, and ground slathered with blackened slush the terrible, senseless pounding of mammoth animal dukes on the lofty roof of the infernal underplace.

The sanctuary of this warm, lighted workspace inspires in me such ardor as to write you and report my relief at being embraced by such venerable hosts as today harbor Your Humble Servant.

Gigs: Fri Feb 26 Rockwood Music Hall 11pm (Full Band) / Sat Feb 27 Rockwood Music Hall 12am (Fancy Colors) / Wed Mar 10 Blender Theatre at Gramercy 8:30pm (Jeff Taylor & Elizabeth Ziman).

Founding Persons: Abraham Baldwin & Jonathan Dayton – lest we should forget their high accomplishment in 1804, just after the Louisiana Purchase. These gentlemen, both signers of our Constitution, took in tandem a baby step toward the eventual abolition of the slave trade.

Breakfast: Oatmeal w/cinnamon & banana, Coffee, G.Smith Apple.

Iron Horses: Uptown F, Brooklyn L.

Obediently,
Jeff Taylor

p.s. – Please enjoy this video of ‘It Swell,’ shot by our webmaster at Wheaton College, Nov 25 2009.



Up In Barryville, NY by Jeff Taylor
February 5, 2010, 5:16 pm
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Hey everybody –

Recently, we played a full band gig at Rockwood; thanks for supporting.  My duo show at the same venue, with Adam Levy, was another fun one.  Right now we’re up in Barryville, NY.  This is our second time coming here to rehearse for our upcoming recording sessions.  It sure is good to get out of the city for a few days.

jeff