This week, making his first return to the show in almost three years is Columbus singer-songwriter, musician, recording engineer and producer West Taylor.
We first met young Mr. Taylor in 2017 when he was drumming for the band Antioch. We talk about engineering and producing music in his recording studio (Space Canoe Records), as well as playing drums and backup vocals for Lindsay Jordan’s touring band. We chat about his solo career, with a new album being released this Fall, and touch on his musical “guilty pleasure” called The Varsity. He also works as an audio engineer at The Rambling House on Hudson St. in Columbus.
Of course, you’ll hear music from his upcoming album and so much more…
Music on this week’s episode:
- Someday (Steve Earle cover)
- Losing My Way
- Cumberland River featuring Lindsay Jordan
- You Didn’t Call My Name, Did You? (as The Varsity)
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Download an mp3 of this week’s episode HERE
The Cat Club Podcast with Columbus’ West Taylor – Episode 164