Larry featured in David Whiteis book on Chicago blues leaders

LARRY TAYLOR has a featured interview in Chicago blues critic's newest book "Blues Legacy" in which Whiteis points out Larry's direct link to little known,but very significant musicians who helped create the sounds of Chicago blues. Also featured in the book are Larry's brother Tim Taylor, a drummer, and  sister Demetria Taylor, a singer; plus other second generation blues stars like Nellie Tiger Travis, Big Bill Morganfield, and Deitra Farr.    

Whiteis book cover 2019New City reviewer L.T. Barnes writes: "The tone of the writing alone lets you know that David Whiteis knows the struggles of these men and women, and appreciates what they had to suffer to keep the music and themselves alive. His at-length discussions with them allow him to liberally quote them, opening up facets to readers about blues culture that usually only insiders are privy to."   READ MORE

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