Lynn Taylor & The Barflies
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Lynn Taylor & The Barflies


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"Review by Bill Bentley"

Taylor has a way of seeing the hazy light inside a barroom and writing songs that make that darkness come alive. - The Morton Report

"Review by Andy Ziehli"

This is one hell of a record and deserves as much press and airtime it can gather! I love this CD! - The Americana Gazette

"Review by Grant Britt"

There's something about Lynn Taylor's voice that gets right under your skin. But it's an infestation you'll welcome if you're a fan of real country music. Taylor's vocals recall Wayne the Train Hancock, with a touch of John Prine. BarFly is an unique record that’ll keep you busy peeling back the layers for a long time, an itch you’ll enjoy scratching. - No Depression

"Review by James Cassara"

As to the songs themselves, such modest homespun delights as the travelogue “Beef Boy Jack & Mississippi John” or the family oriented “She Had a Laugh” reminds me a lot of early John Prine with a touch of Guy Clark with his East Tennessee by way of Louisiana twang suiting the material well. - Rapid River Magazine


Barfly, 2012
Carboard Box, 2005



In the mid-90's Taylor formed the ragtag string band Felix Wiley. The group recorded two albums and played around the mid-South, opening for Todd Snider, BR5-49, the Derailers, The Drive-By Truckers, John Hartford, and Ralph Stanley along the way.

Taylor left the band a few years later to start a family and took a hiatus from music for several years.

He has returned with two of his own releases and has a talented pool of musicians who back him on recordings and live performances.