Greg Duckworth, Curtis Fleming, Wendy Williams, and Brian Duckworth
during the filming of this season’s “Fly Rod Chronicles”.


CHARLESTON, W. Va. (January 21st, 2013) –
Having performed at the inaugural ball for West Virginia governor Earl
Ray Tomblin earlier in the week, country recording trio Taylor Made was
in attendance at the West Virginia Culture Center on Friday, January
18th to support another fellow West Virginian – Curtis Fleming of
Outdoor Channel’s “Fly Rod Chronicles” – as the show premiered its
latest season and announced its official sponsorship by the West
Virginia Development Office, Division of Tourism and the Division of
Natural Resources’ State Parks and Forests. The season will consist of
13 30-minute episodes, all of which in some way featuring West
Virginia’s streams, rivers and lakes.

The event also treated attendees to the latest episode of “Fly Rod
Chronicles” (set to air this week), which pays tribute to West
Virginia’s fallen law enforcement and first responder heroes, as well as
features much of Taylor Made’s six-pack Good Love, current single That’s What Life Is, and new tour-opener West Virginia Wildlife.

An avid fisher and a West Virginia state trooper himself, That’s What Life Is lead vocalist Greg Duckworth also took part in the filming of the episode.

“To be filmed doing what I love for a television show that both honors
our home state and those that have fallen in my line of work was nothing
short of a dream,” said Duckworth. “Curtis was so enjoyable to work
with and we look forward to doing more with him and ‘Fly Rod Chronicles’
in the future.”

This week also marked major progress for That’s What Life Is, which
jumped from #59 to #52 on the Billboard Indicator chart and #56 to #48
on the Music Row chart after just four weeks at radio. The trio is
working to finish their yet-to-be-titled second album with Little
General Records, as well as gearing up for their 2013 tour season.

About Taylor Made:
Born and raised in Grafton, 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 Music Row 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.  

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