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Taylor Hewitt is #Flyah



Larry Fridie, former manager of James Brown the Godfather of Soul, whose clients have been involved with over 50 million records sold, stated. "Taylor is one of those kids that has that "It" factor. He will be a great asset to any record label. Of all the talent I have seen I chose to work with Taylor and the Hewitt family. The last time I passed up on a talent like Taylor in Augusta, Georgia, they turned into Lady Antebellum."
William Whitney, sound at Full Sail University, stated. "It was a pleasure working with Taylor, He was a great performer as well as a professional artist off stage. It was very selfless for him to be willing to share his guitar with the act before him on Sunday. I would like to get him involved here at Full Sail to possibly record or play some Live Shows."
No matter how you feel about 17 year old Taylor Hewitt, you still have to marvel about how hard he works and how dedicated he is to his craft. Taylor has learned to play several instruments including the Upright/Electric Bass, Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Piano, Drums, as well as the Ukulele. Taylor, in his first Demo EP, co-produced and co-wrote all songs. Taylor in recording wanted his own brand of forward-thinking, synth-heavy Pop/R&B music, ear marked for the teen crossover market.
With the backing of his family and Mr. Fridie, Taylor met Michi Robinson of Atlanta, an artist development coach who worked with Justin Bieber, Usher. Michi introduced producer Nile Phoenix (Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown). Together they wrote and produced the first single Fly with Me, in which was recorded and mastered at the World Renown PatchWerk Studios in Atlanta.
Taylor recently performed at Playlist-Live in Orlando, Florida, before hundreds of teens and college age kids. The kids went crazy! In fact the host asked Taylor to stay over and perform a 2nd show the next day before hundreds of attendees.
Taylor at 17 has recognized the hardships of teenage homelessness, and has been a voice to prevent it. Taylor will continue to be that voice as his career takes off........  Taylor and his friends actively update all his social websites and is building a fan base daily!
Taylor is submitting this EPK for your review. Taylor understands these songs are a reflection of his talent on a low budget.  However, he also understands the benefits of being with a major record label. Therefore, enjoy Taylor's 1st EP!
Take a look at Taylor's Website here, with all social media following:


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