From the venue:
Taylor McCall’s first memory of music comes from his grandfather’s guitar that was stashed under the bed. “The smell of its age I can still remember to this day.” Appropriately, it’s his grandfather’s voice that opens Taylor’s striking debut album, Black Powder Soul. Crooning an old slave gospel, it is not just an homage to his late grandfather, but a foreshadowing of what’s to come.
From CL Critic Hal Horowitz: Taylor McCall, Eddie’s Attic — Singer songwriter McCall leans to the darker side of folk, preferring an ominous and mysterious sound that’s personal and authentic. He will feature material from his terrific new Black Powder Soul release which incorporates a Lucinda Williams/Steve Earle styled vocal intensity that plumbs powerful musical and lyrical territory.