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James Taylor

Closed July 20, 2014

The archetypal sensitive singer/songwriter of the Seventies

Rolling Stone

Why See James Taylor?

Sweet Baby, it's James!

One of America's greatest singer-songwriters and touring artists, James Taylor is hitting the road again this Summer, playing Bethel Woods Center For The Arts in Bethel , NY , Closed July 20, 2014

A true legend associated with Californian folk-rock, James Taylor is one of the one of the most personal and intimate songwriters, who continues to make fresh, new artistic triumphs a mere forty years after his breakthrough album.

In a career that started off with a bang in 1960's NYC, by way of Swingin' London and a cool collaboration with the Beatles, it was 1970 that brought Sweet Baby James (and his eponymous record) to public notice, displaying an epic and haunting maturity that seemed far beyond his 22 years and leading to his becoming part of a peerless group that defined that era, including Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and many more. More recently he has inspired and worked with country mega-star Taylor Swift.

Expect such hits from the five-time Grammy Award Winner as 'Fire and Rain', 'Country Road', 'Something In The Way She Moves', 'Mexico', 'Shower The People', 'Your Smiling Face', 'Carolina In My Mind', 'Sweet Baby James', in an always incredible performance.

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Performance date: 20 July 2014

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Tommy: “how sweet it was”

he could sing the phonebook and it would be great. voice , personality meant... more

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