TNAG Sessions

The Songwriter Sessions To Launch Taylor Guitars

We had the absolute pleasure of officially launching Taylor Guitars at The North American Guitar last week at our first event in a series of The Songwriter Sessions evenings. To make this a special night, we teamed up with long-standing friends Solo Agency, who helped us curate a lineup of phenomenal talent.

To kick the night's entertainment off we had TNAG regular Rothwell open the evening with her beautiful heartfelt songs and Adele-like vocal tones. For her performance, Rothwell played a lovely Taylor 322E.

Next up was new solo artist Alex Francis. Alex gave an incredible performance showcasing songs from his latest EP, including new single 'What You're Looking For'. Alex played a Taylor 710E.

To end the night we called in our dear friend and Starsailor frontman James Walsh. Having just had their first top 10 album in eight years, James managed to squeeze in a quick performance for his old TNAG mates before heading off on his sold out UK Tour with the band. For a stunning performance of both old and new Starsailor songs, James chose a Taylor 410E-R.

A big thank you to everyone who attended the evening and a special thanks, and a big welcome, to Taylor Guitars. See our full range of Taylor Guitars here.

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