Dulcie Taylor and Friends
Only Worn One Time

  • On A Rainy Day
  • Only Worn One Time
  • Lost On Some Sea
  • New Stone
  • Take A Chance
  • Anna Marie
  • Can’t Even Pray
  • Like My Momma Loved Me
  • Love Let Go
  • Dug A Hole
  • America In A Day

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  1. New Stone Dulcie Taylor and friends 1:39
  2. Take A Chance Dulcie Taylor 1:53
  3. Dulcie Taylor and friends Dulcie Taylor 1:53
  4. On A Rainy Day Dulcie Taylor 1:53
  5. Dug A Hole Dulcie Taylor 1:53
Dulcie Taylor
Dulcie Taylor learned a hard music lesson at an early age – don’t leave your ukulele unattended in a porch chair at the beach. Some clueless teenager can sit on it and smash it to bits. The demise of her ukulele was a tough moment for ten-year-old Dulcie but that Christmas her Mother bought her a guitar and Taylor’s lifelong love of singing and songwriting began. In hindsight, a grown-up Taylor sees the smashed ukulele as something of a blessing in disguise…after all, she has shared the stage with a long and impressive list of artists, including Jerry Lee Lewis, Asleep at the Wheel, Guy Clark, John Gorka, and Kathy Mattea.
Her 2012 recording Free of this Sorrow on MesaBluemoon reached No. 1 at Amazon for Top-Rated Americana. It has been followed closely by her latest CD, Only Worn One Time, released on July 7, 2014, produced by George Nauful and Tyson Leonard. Like Free of this Sorrow, this new CD features Tim Pierce on many of the guitar parts (he’s played with so many wonderful artists – Bruce Springsteen, Rascal Flatts, Neil Diamond, and Santana to name a few) and was also mixed by legendary Keith Olsen (Fleetwood Mac, Ozzie Osbourne, Pat Benatar, to name a few). It also features her long-time music partners – George Nauful and Tony Recupido – playing their inimitable guitar parts and each singing two of their original songs – that’s the “and Friends” part of the listing of her new CD as “Dulcie Taylor and Friends.

Reached #1 Americana Roots Music Report Song Chart “Only Worn One Time”

Currently #1 Americana Roots Music Report Album Virginia chart

Currently #3 Country Song Roots Music Report

Currently #20 Americana/Country Album Roots Music Report

Received 1st Place Best Songwriter Award at the New Times Awards

Currently has 32 – 5* Reviews on Amazon.com

Currently #101 on the AMA National Song Chart


“Sure fire killer stuff from a major talent.” – The Midwest Record, Chicago

“Taylor is a poet, a romantic.” – The Washington Post

“Makes a mesmerizing impression.” – Barnes & Noble

She is a poet, storyteller, and a gifted musician…this is one singer/songwriter that has something very special inside her.” High Note Reviews/Tumblr

“This is an album that you’ll return to time and again, falling in love with the way it just plain makes you feel.” parcbench.com

Only Worn One Time… it’s a stunner…The songs, like the artist behind them, are earnest, thoughtful, emotive, and engaging, each one weaving a story filled with the sort of Southern tropes employed by the likes of Eudora Welty, Flannery O’Connor, and Kate Chopin. “ – Glen Starkey, New Times

“Dulcie Taylor is a gifted writer.” – Dirty Linen

“Her work on acoustic guitar and dulcimer is impressive, but it is the depth and insight she has infused within her songs that caught my attention. Even the titles of the songs illustrate Taylor’s foundation in real life, as opposed to the make-believe worlds less talented songwriters seem so often to be writing about.” – Soundstage

“Taylor has a knack for distilling a feeling into nearly naked form, exposing it like a once-buried gem carefully dusted off and held up to the light.” – Wood & Steel(Taylor Guitars magazine)

“No-nonsense songs…superbly crafted, slices of life’s most basic moments.” Toledo Blade

“With edgy guitar work and personally evocative lyrics, Taylor uses her voice and lyrics to their best advantage. She sustains the spell throughout.” –The Washington Times

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