Jennifer Louise Taylor

Jennifer Louise Taylor

 British Columbia, CAN
BandFolkAmericana

"... perfect for those times a person looks to music to make them feel joy!"
Jim Townley, President, Peninsula Country Market Society

Biography

Jennifer Louise Taylor has toured Canada and the US, and been a guest studio musician for CBC national radio. From the folk tradition, her songs are designed to help us connect with ourselves.  The Brentwood Bay Times writes that "[Jennifer] captures the west-coast feel in a way few others can." 

Watch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izksSvelqJI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PslQ-oHzRo

In Victoria, together as Bentwood, Jennifer Louise Taylor and Ken Hall create wonderfully harmonic and beautifully arranged roots music that appeals to a wide audience. Ken Hall is a prominent figure in the Victoria music scene. His magical fingers have graced the sounds of Sunyata, the Stomp Club, Emily Braden Trio, Saffron, Kumbia, and The Sara Merrerios band.

In Lethbridge plays with Leon Barr and Cathy Hawley, two wonderful singer/songwriters.

Set List

Typical sets are a mix of original songs, new and traditional folk music. Jennifer usually does one or two 45 minute sets. A sample 45 minute set would include a lot of story telling and:

Blueberry (Original)
Star of the County Down (Traditional)
Swimming Song (Loudon Wainwright III)
Cable Beach (Original)
Merry Meet (Original)
Wild Goose (Traditional)
Speed of the Sound of Loneliness (John Prine)
Higher Ground (Original)
Let Me Be Your Ma'am (Original)
Purple Wood (Original)
Hey Conductor (Dave Carter/Tracy Grammer)