Taylor Made Entertains At Spring Fling

Taylor Made’s Brian Duckworth, Wendy Duckworth-Williams, and Greg
Duckworth with Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. (photo by Beni Holley)

Little General Records Artist Taylor Made Entertains At Spring Fling

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (March 8th, 2013) – Despite the recent winter weather
conditions in their home state of West Virginia, Little General Records
recording trio Taylor Made celebrated the coming of spring in a big way –
performing at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium’s Spring Fling Concert on Saturday evening, April 6th. The concert, which also featured a performance by Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. (winner, America’s Got Talent season six), raised money for both the Community Music Association and Junior Achievement of West Virginia.

“The Charleston Municipal Auditorium has always been one of our favorite
venues to perform at… To do so with another accomplished West
Virginia recording artist for the sake of two incredible organizations
was such an honor,” said Greg Duckworth of Taylor Made.

Finishing work on their latest, yet-to-be-titled album with Little
General Records, MusicRow’s Independent Artist of the Year is also
gearing up for a nationwide summer tour. Their current single, “That’s
What Life Is”, is still climbing the charts, with positions at #27 on
the Music Row chart and #40 on the Billboard Indicator chart.

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.

About the Community Music Association: 
Since its establishment in 1933, the Community Music Association has
been responsible for making available nearly 400, world-class
performances at affordable prices to the community of Charleston, West
Virginia. The non-profit, all-volunteer organization was responsible for
the construction of the Municipal Auditorium during the Great
Depression, at which the majority of the association’s events are still
held. Operating on a year-to-year basis, the association continues to
enrich Charleston’s culture through musical performances and events. To
learn more about the Community Music Association, visit www.communitymusicassociation.com.

About Junior Achievement of West Virginia:
Junior Achievement of West Virginia offers students in the states of
West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky a fundamental understanding of
business and economics, engaging them in discovering and developing
their talents and skills. Because all 350,000+ kids in the region will
get involved in business at some point in their lives, the program
enlists the aid of business professionals to help prepare kids for
business experiences they may encounter in the future. To learn more
about Junior Achievement of West Virginia, visit www.jaadvantage.com

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