Taylor Made’s Greg Duckworth, Washington Redskins Safety Reed Doughty,
Taylor Made’s Wendy Duckworth-Williams, Fly Rod Chronicles’ Curtis
Fleming, and Taylor Made’s Brian Duckworth
LITTLE GENERAL RECORDS’ TALOR MADE KICKS OFF MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND WITH APPEARANCE ON FLY ROD CHRONICLES
PIPESTEM, W.Va. (May 25th, 2013) – Despite
back-to-back performances every night of Memorial Day weekend, country
recording trio Taylor Made found themselves in Pipestem State Park on
Thursday, May 23rd to film an episode of Fly Rod Chronicles with Curtis Fleming. A special Memorial Day installment, the group was featured performing original tunes West Virginia Wildlife, Reckless, and new single, That’s How I Roll, as well as God Bless the USA. Several veterans were in attendance, as well as Washington Redskins’ safety Reed Doughty.
“The setting was perfect – Pipestem State Park is beautiful” said
Brian Duckworth of Taylor Made. “To be there performing for those that
have served our country was an incredible way to start off our Memorial
“We always love working with Curtis,” added Greg Duckworth, also of
Taylor Made. “He’s such a good representation of our great state of West
Virginia… We jump at any opportunity to work along side him.”
This is Taylor Made’s second appearance on the show this year – the
first was shot in Nashville in December while the group worked on their
new album, Taylor County Line.
That’s How I Roll was released to radio this week as Taylor Made prepares to head to Nashville for the CMA Music Festival June 6th-9th.
About Taylor Made:
Born and raised in Taylor County, West Virginia, sibling trio Taylor
Made has been performing together since childhood. With a background in
church and back porch singing, the trio reformed as I-79 for the Colgate
Country Showdown. It was only a matter of time before their sibling
harmonies caught the attention of Little General Stores owner Greg
Darby, who signed them to his West Virginia-based Little General Records
under the new name Taylor Made (after their Taylor County upbringing).
In 2011, they released single Good Love off of their EP of the same
title, which topped off at #42 on the Billboard Indicator chart and #28
on the MusicRow chart. Their next single, Things You Don’t Grow Out Of,
took them into the top 40 on Billboard Indicator (#37) and the top 20 on
Music Row (#19). For more information on Taylor Made, visit www.taylormadecountry.com.