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“You Make It Easy”

This week James has shared another never-before-released performance of a song from his 1975 album, Gorilla. Click now to see “You Make It Easy”, live in Anaheim in fall 2021 on James’s official YouTube channel.

“You’ve Got A Work Friend”

In case you missed it — here’s James and Stephen Colbert duetting on “You’ve Got A Work Friend”, a comedic re-working of Carole King’s classic song which aired earlier this month on The Late Show. Click now to watch on YouTube!

Send in your photos!

links to a gallery of fan photos Don’t forget — we want to see your photos from James’s European tour!

Submit your best shots here, and check out some new additions to the fan gallery!

Note: If you would like to receive photo credit, please rename your photos to include your name, and we’ll do our best!


James’s European tour has begun, and he wants to see your pictures! Send in your best concert photos using this form on and they may be featured on James’s social networks or in a future edition of this newsletter!

To start us off, click now to see an album of fan photos from the beautiful theaters in Madrid and Barcelona!

“I Was A Fool To Care”

This week James is sharing a previously unseen live performance of “I Was A Fool To Care” (from his 1975 album, Gorilla), from 2015 show in Knoxville, TN. Click now to watch!

JT in Madrid

Click below for a video message from James direct from Madrid, where his European tour kicks off tonight.

Visit the Schedule page to get your tickets while there’s still time!

The Sunflower Guitar supporting Ukrainian relief

James is among the players participating in world renowned luthier, Linda Manzer’s Sunflower Guitar for Ukraine project. Read the below Facebook post for more details, and click below to watch him sign:

“A huge, heartfelt thank you, from all of us, to the great James Taylor, for taking time out to support the Sunflower Guitar for Ukraine project by joining a growing list of superstars (Emmylou Harris, Brad Paisley, Pat Metheny, Bill Frisell, Graham Nash, Peter Frampton, Gillian Welch, Vince Gill, T-Bone Burnett, Jason Isbell, Bruce Cockburn, Gordon Lightfoot, Julian Lage and many more) in honouring the people of Ukraine in their ongoing struggle. You can read about how this amazing instrument has become both a symbol of hope and solidarity and a means to raise vital humanitarian aid for displaced Ukrainian families in time of war – and how to donate – at It’s hard to imagine how such a special night as 8/29/22 at Fenway Park could get any better but by adding his commitment to the Sunflower Guitar project, James pulled it off. Well…of course he did. Thank you, JT”

In case you missed it!

James’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert performance of “Mexico” with Louis Cato and the Late Show Band (plus Kim and Henry on vocals!) is now available on YouTube — click to get into the groove!

BBC ’71 — “Steamroller Blues”

Click now to watch another performance from James’s1971 BBC In Concert special on on YouTube— “Steamroller Blues”. Originally recorded for JT’s 1970 album, Sweet Baby James, “Streamroller” is a staple of James’s shows to this day!

What a night!

James and his All-Star Band were one of the first to perform at the brand new MGM Music Hall at Fenway Park in Boston last week. Click now to see an album of photos from the first show, and watch for more to be added soon!

Photos: Jamie Soja