Taylor Made Receives National Award
Nashville’s annual CMA Music Festival had a record-breaking year this year with an attendance of 71,000 fans from all over the world. The Festival played host to hundreds of country music artists, including Taylor Made, a trio from West Virginia. Taylor Made performed on Music City’s famed Broadway and interviewed with media and radio at the Festival.
During the trio’s full-band show at Broadway’s latest edition, Honky Tonk Central, Taylor Made was awarded the New Music Weekly’s Best New Country Group of 2012 award.
It was a complete surprise receiving this award in the middle of our performance…Not only was it an honor to have won the award, but such a wonderful experience getting to share that win with friends, family and fans. – Taylor Made member Greg Duckworth
Taylor Made recently release their latest album, Good Love, and are currently gearing up for a radio tour to promote their single ‘Things You Don’t Grow Out Of.” For more information on Taylor Made, visit www.taylormadecountry.com.
Renegade Radio Nashville’s Captain Jack, Nashville Music Media’s Elise Anderson, Taylor Made’s Greg Duckworth, New Music Weekly owner Paul Loggins, Taylor Made’s Wendy Williams, producer Dan Mitchell, and Taylor Made’s Brian Duckworth.
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