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Tut Taylor


"I was born in Baldwin County, Georgia, up on the Oconee
River, near a little community named Possum Trot...  This
was November 20, 1923..."

Tut Taylor

Southern Filibuster: Tut Taylor Tribute Album

Jerry Douglas and other top notch dobro players have recorded a fantastic tribute
album dedicated to Tut Taylor and his music.  Available online now at many locations.  
Check out the interview with Jerry Douglas on The SPPS.org website
for the whole story.  What a wonderful surprise this was for Tut!

Tut Taylor Old Brazilian
Rosewood Guitar Sets

Shacktown Road

"For many years I have dreamed of doing one more project my friend and
hero-guitar picker, Norman Blake.  Although we have played a lot together
over the years, we haven't recorded since the days of the "Aero-Plain" album.
Well, it finally happened.  For some time Nancy (Blake) wanted us to do a
project, so we went back to a wonderful period in our lives and 'Shacktown
Road' appeared in sepia tone. 

May you enjoy your journey down Shacktown Road as much as we did."


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Shacktown Road

Check out the new CD
"Shacktown Road"!

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Click to visit Crafters of Tennessee and see the new Tut Taylor 50th Anniversary Resophonic Guitar!

The Tut Taylor
50th Anniversary Resophonic Guitar
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Grammy award winner Tut Taylor is no
stranger to the resonator guitar. Tut Taylor

"The Tut Taylor Signature Model
Resonator Guitars contain all of the original
tone due to our old-style sound-well with
parallelogram openings. They have the
punch and clarity that today's players demand."

Crafters of Tennessee

Visit Mark Taylor's
Crafters of Tennessee
Makers of Tennessee Banjos,
Rich and Taylor Banjos, and
Tut Taylor Resophonics

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Tut Taylor model resophonic guitar by Crafters of Tennessee

"This is my nickel's worth cause I don't have 2 cents...." - Tut Taylor

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