Straight out of the cassette player in a beat-up 78 VW camper, the poorest kid in the richest zip code in Alabama, bottom ten of his high school class, with three broken guitars, and a four-track recorder. Taylor Hollingsworth writes, plays, and records Folk-Art-Punk-Blues. He is currently releasing his ninth solo album titled "Country Visions". He also plays in and has made records with the Dead Fingers, Dexateens, and Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band.
Last year his song "Dominos," was covered by indie rock darlings, Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers, in their new collaboration- Better Oblivion Community Center, and was ranked 11 by Paste Magazine, of best cover songs of 2019! Hollingsworth’s cosmic approach to guitar is second to none. Finger picking a Silvertone axe with those luscious lipstick pick-ups, Hollingsworth takes you on a tour of his genius, where less is more but more is what you need. A punk-bred bluesman with an artful indie bend.