Taylor Hicks

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Described as a soul singer, Taylor Hicks is known for setting "soul fires" from panhandle Florida honkey-tonks to the modern day chitlin-circuit of the old South. He's entertained with high profile artists such as James Brown, Tom Petty, Jackson Browne, Drive by Truckers, and Robert Randolph. Taylor is currently collaborating with contemporary blues legend Keb Mo.

UPDATE: Taylor Hicks has won season five of American Idol!

Taylor Hicks originally appeared on Tapestry, WBHM's locally produced arts and culture program, in December of 2005.

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