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The TEAGAN TAYLOR TRIO @ MA4…5/4/13 !!!!!!

The Teagan Taylor Trio

is one of the most promising performing and recording artists to emerge onto the San Diego music scene, playing original music, standards, and contemporary jazz-pop crossovers. Their artistic desire is performing and producing music that is true to jazz traditions and relevant to modern songwriting, arranging and production standards.

Comprised of father Tim and twins Teagan and Dylan,

they make musical magic for the ears. The musicians of this trio can mesmerize audiences with their unique jazz style. It’s hard not to be drawn into this group’s sound; they are professional, polished and engaging. They perform at local venues, weddings, and private events

AND THIS SATURDAY

@

Martinis above Fourth

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taking the stage at 7pm….

The Trio

has rapidly ascended the ranks of the San Diego music scene, captivating audiences with their ability to skillfully blend genres into their own unique sound that’s complex yet catchy, and cutting-edge, capturing people’s attention through beautiful renditions of classic jazz standards, while blending in the band’s own originals that are “up-to-par” with the jazz classics.

Of their two albums ,”I CAN”T COMPLAIN” (2010) has 3 originals and 8 standards, while “WONDERLAND” (2012) is a songwriting project,featuring 10 originals and 2 standards.

Wonderland” was nominated “Best Jazz Album 2012”

by the San Diego Music Awards

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