Remington Taylor brings a unique blend of classical and contemporary musical styles.
The lyrical coloratura of Kylee Remington and the dramatic tenor of James Taylor, Jr., come together, creating a fusion of pop music and art song. With the lyrical prose of country music and the edge of rock music, Remington Taylor truly defies and defines genre like no other.
With a BA in Vocal Music Performance, Kylee has performed in several opera workshops, toured Italy, and in recent years led the progressive rock band Tin Scribble.
James' classical training has helped him perform as a solo artist, as well as with (the) fundamentalists for several years.
"For Both of Us (Live)" is available on all digital retailers.
"Welcome To America" is available on BandCamp, and available on all digital platforms August 25th, 2017!
For bookings, please email email@example.com !
James Taylor, Jr., brings passion and experience to the stage. Performing since age 4, James has done theater, film, multimedia, and music! He began writing songs at the age of 12 and performing them at 16. His performance career includes county and state fairs, pride festivals, bars and music venues throughout Ohio and Michigan.
James’ classical training provides a unique approach to popular and rock music, and his time with electronic rock and “queerwave” band (the) fundamentalists gave him experience as a front man. He currently performsin the pop/adult contemporary duo Remington Taylor and as a solo singer/songwriter, performing his songs the way he wrote them, sending his voice out to the audience and reaching their souls.
His voice, style, and songwriting has been compared to Richard Marx (Kage Alan, author of “Falling Awake”) and Anastacia (KJ Karen, Best Karaoke by WDIV NBC 4). His ability to reach others is lauded by many artists within the community, including Luis Hirschlieb (Project: Union Street), Destini Beard (Midnight Syndicate, Infinitus Mortus), Kris Pride (Kris Pride Music), and former bandmate Chris Taylor.
“When She’s Gone” (available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and other digital retailers) is a story of the unnamed, a true ballad.
"Just Stay Home" (available on iTunes, Amazon, and more...)
James is accepting bookings.
This biography was written with the assistance of Kage Alan, author of "Falling Awake", who once called James "the gay Richard Marx for the 2010s.”
"GREAT VOICE AND SONGS...AMAZING SINGER!! WOW, I AM BLOWN AWAY BY HIS MUSIC" - Lydia Cornell: actress (“Too Close For Comfort”), writer, and talk-radio host
"James's voice is magic; his dedication to his craft is total; and his professionalism makes him a pleasure to work with.” - Kathe Koja: author (“Under The Poppy”), playwright, and Director of the performance ensemble “Nerve”
"James Taylor Jr. is a very professional [and musical] individual, a pleasure to be around, and can more than carry a tune. Very recommended to anyone looking for a solid piano player along with a super melodic vocalist and great live performer - all in one!!” - Luis Hirschlieb: “Project: Union-Street” artisan-community founder, event-host, musician
"One of the best singers in the business!!" - Destini Beard: singer, guest vocalist for Midnight Syndicate and Infinitus Mortus
"James Taylor, Jr - a singer/songwriter whose voice and songs will lift you to heaven, or drag you through hell. Regardless of the destination, you'll enjoy the journey." - Chris Taylor: singer/songwriter/musician, (the) fundamentalists, Taylor.muzik
"James Taylor, Jr., not only has a beautiful voice, he has a beautiful soul that shines through in every song he sings. I especially love his original tunes, but he never fails to impress." - Kris Pride: singer/songwriter/musician, actor (“Selling Stupid”, “Opportunity Abounds” and the upcoming “Bailiwick”)
“The male Anastacia” - KJ Karen O’Brien: Neon Nights Karaoke, BEST KARAOKE and HOST by Flame Magazine 2012-2015 and NBC WDIV, PAD’s 2015 Best Live Vocalist AND Most Respected, Show director for The Detroit Invasion
“Voice of an angel” - Jacqueline Frost: Ms. Amatuer Menjo’s 2010 and beyond, Miss MIC 2013/2015
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