Josh Ward Taylor releases lead single "Hummingbirds"

Article Contributed by Effective Imme… | Published on Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Josh Ward Taylor releases lead single "Hummingbirds" from upcoming album, also titled Hummingbirds. "The breezy, singalong chorus conjures the repeating image of two hummingbirds flitting by...inevitable sense of nostalgia that often follows great love," remarks Elmore Magazine, who premiered the song.

Born in Baltimore, Josh Ward Taylor was brought up on the music from his parents' generation, from Springsteen to Dylan, sparking early interest in the guitar. Since 2006, he has independently produced 5 full albums. After a year-and-a-half residence in Athens, Georgia, Josh released the 2006, "Live at Eddie's Attic" containing 16 live acoustic songs recorded at the legendary venue. In May '06, he moved to NYC where he has since written and recorded 4 more independently produced albums. His most recent, Carolina Trees (2012)had two tracks hand-scouted by Big House Publishing. Dubbed, "a songwriter's songwriter" by Ishrat Ansari, owner of the legendary Greenwich Village music hot spot, Caffe Vivaldi, Josh WardTaylor has a style that draws from traditional folk to modern blues elements. He continues to frequent the New York City music scene and has years of new music to come on the horizon. Keep on the lookout!


Check out "Hummingbirds" HERE: