Award-winning, Toronto-based singer-songwriter Julian Taylor is excited to announce his European tour which included a spot at the Americana Music Association UK Showcase in London, following the release of his most recent album Beyond the Reservoir on October 14th, 2022, via his Howling Turtle, Inc. label, with distribution via Warner Music/ADA. The album was co-produced by Taylor and longtime production partner/collaborator Saam Hashemi, mixed by Hashemi, and mastered by Noah Mintz and was recorded at three studio locations — Canterbury, The Fireside Studio, and The Woodshed in Canada.

“I really enjoyed writing and producing this new album,” Taylor says. “I dug down deep. It’s extremely personal, like my last record, and I’ve taken that to heart. It took me longer to write this piece of art as I was learning and teaching myself so many things along the way. I’ve realised that sharing my personal truth and the stories of my life, as they are and were, is a real gift to myself and others. It’s not easy to love ourselves, and it’s not easy to love in general. I have a difficult time with it, and as I shed my own skin to reveal that kind of vulnerability, I find it connects me to the human experience in a more meaningful way.”


Tour tickets: https://tix.to/jtliveFB

Wednesday 25th January – Moth Club – London, UK (AMA UK Showcase) Friday 27th January – Temperance – Leamington Spa, UK

Saturday 28th January – Stapleton House – Northallerton, UKTuesday 31st January – Blue Lamp – Aberdeen, ScotlandWednesday 1st February – Backstage At The Green – Kinross, Scotland4th February – Drygate Brewery – Glasgow, ScotlandSaturday 5th February – Green Note – London, UKWednesday 8th February – The Star Inn – Guildford, UKThursday 9th February – Whitstable Sessions – Whitstable, UKFriday 10th February – Ropery Hall – Barton-Upon-Humber, UKSaturday 11th February – Music Room, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall – Liverpool, UK Sunday 12th February – The Musician – Leicester, UK 

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