Where does the time go?! On this day 50 years ago, James’s debut album, James Taylor, was released.
Click below to watch the Toronto-based “drop-in singing event” Choir! Choir! Choir! perform James’s “Shower The People”. This video was recorded as part of the group’s 2017 25 Days of Charity campaign.
C!C!C! tours internationally and has a deep commitment to fundraising. Read more about their activities and how you can join the fun at ChoirChoirChoir.com
Visit CharityBuzz.com now to bid on three new auctions in support of some very favorite charityies. James is offering a signed and personalized Yamaha guitar, as well as special VIP meet & greet packages with VIP tickets for James’s July 3 & 4 concerts at Tanglewood. Bidding ends soon, so don’t delay!
James was in Tacoma last weekend for VetsAid: The Concert for our Veterans, a benefit concert organized by Joe Walsh featuring performances from James, Ringo Starr, Don Henley and more. Click below to see a gallery of photos from the event now!
Left to Right: James, Ringo Starr, Kim Taylor, Joe Walsh; Photo: Jane Muckle
On December 9 James will join daughter Sally Taylor for a very special performance at MASS MoCA — Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, MA — to benefit arts education at the museum.
For more information and tickets, please visit MassMoca.org.
James announced today the “James Taylor Million Meals Challenge”. The initiative, launched by The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, will aid New Bern*, NC, and 22 surrounding counties.
Watch James’s personal message in the video below and visit http://foodbankcenc.org/jamestaylor to donate what you can. Kim, James and friends will match your donation dollar for dollar until they reach one million meals provided to their neighbors.
* New Bern, NC is a town first settled by James’s great-great-great grandfather, Isaac Taylor, in the mid-1700s.