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Sun. April 22nd 2018
An Evening With Jennifer Louise Taylor, Auto JanszVinyl Envy Victoria BC (All Ages)
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Fri. July 24th 2015
Louise Rose, Jennifer Louise Taylor, Karel Roessingh, Steve Pridgeon, Dave Gallant Trio , Lebeau Petersen Band, doug farr, Ellen Himmer & Shane Beech, Brad Prevedoros, Celtic Reflections, Bowker Creek, Morry Stearns, Tom Gough, Dave Paulson & Linda Gould , Jessica Benini, Robert K. McCourty, Sue Hanson, Heart Song, Daniel Cook, Darcy Phillips @  Sooke Fine Arts Show at SEAPARC Sooke BC (All Ages)
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Sat. May 4th 2013
Jennifer Louise Taylor, Born in CitiesSpiral Cafe Victoria BC (All Ages)
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Thu. February 3rd 2011
Auto Jansz, Andrea June, Jennifer Louise TaylorCaffe Fantastico Victoria BC (All Ages)
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Jennifer Louise Taylor

Active / Available - Confirmed: Mar. 9, 2007 (Awaiting Update)
Age: 48 (estimated)

"folk harmony with a touch of irony..." from Victoria BC
Instruments: Guitar, Banjo details

Contact Details

Jennifer Louise Taylor
music@jenniferlouisetaylor.com
(250) 544 1866

Jennifer began performing at folk houses in Korea while working as an English language teacher. Despite a language barrier, she was able to communicate easily through a shared love of music. In 2001 she joined J’Accapella, a Vancouver-based vocal trio. Jennifer now calls Victoria her musical home. In addition to writing her own songs, Jennifer has collaborated with local Victoria band Barley Wik, co-authoring two songs on their latest CD Beyond the Down.
Jennifer's influences include John Prine, Michelle Shocked and Dar Williams.

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Available for paid gigs
Available for casual jamming

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Listing last updated/confirmed Mar. 9, 2007

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