Phoenix Sessions: Januaryaeolianhall.regfox.com/THE-AEOLIAN-PHOENIX-SESSIONS-january
The Aeolian Phoenix Sessions take centre stage… in the comfort of your own home. Every month we premier at least four recordings from the Aeolian stage. Membership to the Phoenix Sessions is $20 per month (recurring) and you select the productions you want to watch.
One new show will be released every Friday including: Genevieve Fisher, Andy Cloutier, Julian Taylor and Tara & Tom Dunphy of The Rizdales.
Subscribe once, enjoy live music all month long!
You will receive a confirmation email including a link that you will use each time you wish to view a performance. Save that link… or follow instructions at www.aeolianhall.ca/phoenix.
Julian Taylor’s recent solo recorded album ‘The Ridge’, has received and continues to receive critical acclaim across the global music community since its release in June 2020. Best known for his work as lead singer/composer for the Julian Taylor Band and his earlier years with Staggered Crossing, has led to the production and release of this latest celebrated album.
‘The Ridge’ has been hailed as Julian’s breakout album. Artists including Jim Cuddy, William Prince, Rhett Miller, AHI and Justin Rutledge amongst others, have sung the albums praises.
International publications such as American Songwriter, Americana Highways, Glide Magazine, Americana UK and The Bluegrass Situation, to name but a few, have embraced it and compared it to artists including Bruce Springsteen, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell, Jason Isbell and Neil Young.
The first single from the album (the title track) ‘The Ridge’, hit #1 on the Indigenous Music Countdown; the album debuted at #17 on the European Americana Charts; #19 on The Root Music Report, and #47 on the Earshot Charts. To date ‘The Ridge’ album has received over 1 million streams on Spotify and debuted at #12 on The Canadian Soundscan Chart. ‘The Ridge’ has also achieved radio airplay in international territories including UK, Benelux countries, Australia and further afield.