TrippyPhonics
bio

Butch Taylor
guitar and vocals

Butch is a published songwriter who has performed and recorded with many notable recording artists, both internationally and nationally. Butch has had the opportunity to perform top clubs and arenas such as the Starwood in L.A., the Boarding House in San Francisco, and the Bottom Line, the Felt Forum, and Carnegie Hall in New York City. Butch has toured and recorded with artist Vicki Sue Robinson for RCA records and appeared on major television shows such as Don Kirchner’s Rock Concert, the Midnight Special, Mike Douglas Show, and the Merv Griffin Show.

Butch has played backup guitar for such artists as James Ingram, Deniece Williams, Patty Austin, Petula Clark, and Debra Cox. He has played and recorded with many notable musicians such as Larry Coryell, Anthony Jackson, David Sanborn, the Brecker Brothers, Bernard Purdie, and Alphonse Mouzon.

A graduate of Yale University, Butch has been a landmark in the local music scene for many years. He has a number of original music CDs to his credit as well as soundtracks for film and video.

Co-founder of TrippyPhonics, Butch's awesome guitar playing and exemplary vocals place TrippyPhonics in a class of its own.