Timothy Judson Taylor Releases New Single "The Fall Of Rome" via TLG/INgroovesInbox
"The Fall of Rome" is available at: https://ffm.to/tjtfallofrome
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Timothy Judson Taylor has released a brand new single titled "The Fall of Rome" via TLG/INgrooves. This is the first single off of his full length album Crossing the Rubicon due out this summer!
"'When 'The Fall of Rome' was written in 2015 I could see the cracks in the foundation of our fundamental civil rights. At the time the 2nd amendment was under attack, and the obvious take away was that without the 2nd amendment, none of your rights are safe. If there is anything we should have learned in all of this it is that the government CANNOT keep you safe. Preserve the Bill of Rights," says Timothy Judson Taylor.
Timothy Judson Taylor is a musician and vocalist who began playing guitar at the age of 13. His mother kept a variety of modern music playing in the house. His early influences were the Beatles, the Folk Movement, Motown, The British Invasion, and others. At the age of 13, he saw Emerson, Lake and Palmer on Don Kirschner’s Rock Concert and it changed him forever.
Though the technical brilliance of this super group was obvious, what struck him was when Greg Lake sat down with his acoustic guitar, and sang "Lucky Man", "Still You Turn Me On", and "From The Beginning". It was then he realized THIS was what he was meant to do.
Timothy has been a lead vocalist and lead guitarist to an assortment of bands, as well as all-original lineups where he's written all his own material. Tim has amassed an enormous body of original work and always wanted to release it to the world…in the way his mind heard it.
Today, with Crossing The Rubicon, that dream is realized.
Song credits are as follows: Timothy Judson Taylor- Vocals- Rhythm Guitar Ron Bumblefoot Thal- Lead Guitar Derek Sherinian- Keyboards Devin North- Bass Guitar Tim Smith- Drums and Percussion
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