Sally Taylor (singer-songwriter)

Sally Taylor (Singer-Songwriter)

Sally Taylor (singer-songwriter)

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Sarah Maria "Sally" Taylor (born January 7, 1974), is the daughter of James Taylor and Carly Simon. Like her parents and brother Ben Taylor, she has pursued a musical career and has become known for her acoustic sound, witty vocals and evocative, introspective writing. She is a former member of the indie band The Slip.

Taylor is also a philanthropist, who devotes a significant amount of time and energy to combating the problem of land mines in southeast Asia.

Sally Taylor Touring Band

Musicians: From 1999 to 2002 Sally Taylor's touring band consisted of a core group of musicians, most of whom also contributed to the recordings as well. The key members were:

  • Kenny Castro - bass
  • Chris Soucy - guitars, vocals
  • Brian McRae - drums (1999–2000)
  • Kyle Commerford - drums (2000–2001)
  • Dean Oldencott - drums (2001–2002)


In addition to her musical career, Sally Taylor is an advocate for the victims of land mines. To this end, she founded "The Tranquility Project" with her husband Dean Bragonier. The charity endeavors to remove landmines from southeast Asia, raise awareness of the issues, and to assist victims to regain their lives and provide hope. She appears on a CD, Too Many Years to benefit Clear Path International's work with land mine survivors. In 2007, Taylor hosted a charity concert in her home of Boulder, Colorado, with the band "Something Underground"- made up of brothers Seth and Josh Larson from the Colorado music scene....
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