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Lunch with Taylor McCall In-Store Acoustic Set + Signing

Lunch with Taylor McCall In-Store Acoustic Set + Signing

Posted by Vinyl Renaissance & Audio on 6th Apr 2022

Lunch with Taylor McCall In-Store Acoustic Set + Signing
Thursday April 21st, 2022 12:00 PM
Vinyl Renaissance & Audio
9038 Metcalf Avenue  Overland Park, KS 66212

Join us for A Free Lunch + Acoustic In-Store Show + Signing of his NEW album Black Powder Soul - Out NOW on LP & CD at Vinyl Renaissance & Audio!

 RSVP HERE


His parents had never heard him play outside of his bedroom and were surprised by the poised artist who performed for the first time in January 2018. By September of that year, the young artist signed a publishing deal with BMG. “It’s been very fast,” he shares. “I guess my first stab at it landed at a good mark.” 

Humbly understated, the 24-year-old artist’s Music City story is more like a fairytale when contrasted with the often harsh reality of chasing musical dreams in Nashville. Yet, his confidence carried him well into the scene. “Even a gambling man wouldn’t say the right thing to do here—leaving school to pursue a music career having never sung in front of anyone before in my life, not even a cover song set,” he laughs. “I had to write all the material, everything was so new and fascinating because until then, I had never even thought of doing this.” 

Moving to Nashville as a performance novice took some warming up. Even now, upon the release of his sophomore full-length, Black Powder Soul, McCall admits that part hasn’t gotten easier. He has established a few meditative guidelines to ease his anxiety as he approaches the stage, but when he’s up there it feels like another world. “It took a lot for a shy bashful guy like me who didn’t even want to read aloud in class back in the day to go ‘Hey, I’m gonna go be in the center of the room,” says McCall. “It’s a wild dynamic.” 

McCall credits his astonishing breakthrough to the supporters who propped him up along the way. One of those is the sought-after producer Sean McConnell whom McCall calls “a complete Godsend.” He adds, “I don’t take that lightly, meeting a soul like his.”