Dulcie Taylor’s new album “Wind Over Stone” will debut on September 25.
“Wind Over Stone” is the fifth release of South Carolina born singer/songwriter, Dulcie Taylor on MesaBluemoon Recordings. Diamond & Glass received critical acclaim and also won the WAMMIE (Washington DC area music award) for the Best Contemporary Folk Recording and hit the Triple A chart. Dulcie’s 2nd album Mirrors and Windows was #7 on Roots Rock Chart at Roots Music Report and was also listed as one of the Best Recordings of the Year by Soundstage along with such artists as Brian Wilson and Wilco. Free of This Sorrow album was released in 2012 that reached #1 at Amazon for Top-Rated Americana. Dulcie received the award 1st place as The Best Songwriter at the 2013 New Times Music Awards for her song “Cigarette Smoke” and again in 2014 for the song “Cherokee”. “Only Worn One Time” was her last release and received critical acclaim and reached #1 on Roots Music Radio with the title track.
This fourteen song album, “Wind Over Stone” was recorded in Atascadero, CA and produced by George Nauful & Tyson Leonard. Grammy-winning producer, Keith Olsen, mixed the album featuring musicians of note such as Tim Pierce on guitar (with Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Patty Smith, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Madonna, Christine Aguilera and the list goes on ), Scott Breadman on percussion (played with Macy Gray, Jose Feliciano, Lindsay Buckingham, Paul Simon…), Tom Lackner on drum, Randy Tico both play in Jeff Bridges band and have extensive resumes.
“Taylor is a poet, a romantic. She writes from the heart for the heart.” – Washington Post
“Makes a mesmerizing impression” – Barnes & Noble
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