The latest release from JT’s Vault is “Carolina In My Mind” from the BBC’s 1970 classic, “James Taylor In Concert”. Click now to watch!
Click now to see a re-arranged, multinational (and virtual) collaboration on JT’s “Shower The People” with Maurizio Metalli (keys, vocals), Peter Szendofi (drums) and Nick Mancini (vibes).
If you would like to share your own #JTFanCover, please send us a link here!
Two photo prints of James “in concert” at London’s historic Royal Albert Hall in 2014 are now available for public sale at RoyalAlbertHall.com. The photos are part of the RAH/Christie Goodwin Collection, created to help support the Hall during the pandemic with 100% of proceeds going to support the Royal Albert Hall Foundation.
Click here to see James recollect on the grand old venue and Christie’s incredible photos.
Photo: Christie Goodwin
On October 17, Kim and James made a special virtual appearance at Boston’s MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) “Storybook Ball” gala. The theme of the 21st annual event was based on Marcus Pfister’s children’s classic, The Rainbow Fish. The event raised more than $1.5 million for pediatric care.
The Taylors have deep ties to MassGeneral Hospital. James was born there and his father, Isaac, completed his residency in internal medicine, served as chief resident and conducted research at the MGH. Kim has served on the board of the MassGeneral Hospital for Children for the past five years.
Click below to watch now, and visit StorybookBall.org to learn more — if you would like to contribute, all donations received this week will be matched, up to $250,000.
Tickets are available now for a special live stream performance by the Steve Gadd Band. Set for November 7 at 2pm PST with a lineup including James’s good friends and band members: Walt Fowler, Larry Goldings, Jimmy Johnson and Michael Landau, a 7-camera broadcast and award-winning audio, you won’t want to miss the show!
For more details and tickets, visit live.champion.biz.
Heads up: the Target exclusive versions of American Standard (CD with bonus tracks; LP with exclusive photo) are on sale until tomorrow, October 17! In store and online you can get the CD and LP versions as part of their Buy Two, Get One Free promotion, or pick-up the CD for just $9.99 on Target.com.
In case you missed it — Carnegie Hall’s 130th Virtual Gala Celebration (featuring an unreleased performance by James, singing “Here Comes the Sun” with Yo-Yo Ma) is is still available to stream on YouTube for a limited time!
Click now to watch the Brotherton family (father & husband, Dick, and their seven children, Beth, Rich, Jenny, Charles, Lucy, Phil and David) sing JT’s “You Can Close Your Eyes” for mother & wife, Elizabeth’s 88th birthday!
If you have a #JTFanCover to share from your personal YouTube or Facebook page, please click here to send us a link!