james taylor

I remember traveling the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe after the fall of Communism. I found it interesting to see
President Obama lauded five honorees at a White House ceremony that will be his last before stepping down in January.
James Taylor and John Grisham helped finance an ad that skewers HB 2, the state's anti-LGBT law.
Satellite radio is great because it has so many stations to choose from. But each of those stations is narrowly focused and intended for people who might be listening in their car for an hour or so -- not people sitting in an office all day.
I caught the James Taylor concert at Fenway Park last month, and it's the first time in my life I've truly felt middle-aged
I came back from school one day in early September and went to my grandparent's house. I didn't go to our house because my parents were shuttling between home and University Hospital, where my older brother was being treated. The leukemia had been in remission for months, and he had been doing better. But when it came back, it was overwhelming.
Founded in 1927 by 25-year-old burgeoning Entrepreneur Ben Bass with only $66. The Strand is still operated by family members
Bringing back a sound singer-songwriters have mostly been missing since the 90's, when acts like Duncan Sheik and Dave Matthews Band ruled the airwaves, Big World is instantly tranquilizing.
(Neil Young at his Laurel Canyon barn, circa 1969. Credit: Henry Diltz.) If I had a time machine, I'd head for Laurel Canyon
Mom's favorite performance of the night was Joey Alexander, the 12 year old piano virtuoso -- the evening's youngest nominee, and the only one to score a perfect "10" from both of us.
Music great James Taylor called it "one of the best covers of 'Shed A Little Light' I've ever heard."
I wish I could sing, and belt out every feeling like Nina Simone or sing a love letter to my daughter like Paul Simon. I love music and have long been impressed with the artists that enrich our world in so many ways.
Carly Simon admits she's a bit of a recluse who goes through fads of eating certain foods for long stretches of time. She calls it her healthy little secret. "It's been this for the past year and a half." She suddenly stops herself.