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J.T. Taylor - Kool and The Gang's Legendary Voice

In 1979, JT was called to audition for Kool and the Gang. Just 2 weeks later, he debuted as lead vocalist. JT brought a unique sound and style to the group that is also displayed in his songwriting. These attributes made an instant impact on his first LP with Kool and the Gang, titled "Ladies Night" which spawned 2 No. 1 R&B and Pop hits: "Ladies Night" and "Too Hot". This LP was the beginning of what became an unprecedented decade of musical creativity and hit making success.

From 1979 to 1988 as part of Kool and the Gang, JT had 18 top ten R&B, Pop hits, Ten #1 hits, Seven Platinum LP's, One Double Platinum LP, Four Gold singles and one Platinum single "Celebration". Worldwide sales were 40 million plus.
In 1989, JT decided to pursue a solo career and didn't miss a step with his first release, the number on hit duet with Regina Belle entitled "All I Want Is Forever". This song was also the title track for the movie "Tap" starring Sammy Davis Jr. and Gregory Hines. JT's first LP, "Master of the Game", sparked another big hit "Promise Land" which appeared on the platinum soundtrack of "Ghostbusters Two". His second LP "Feel the Need" kept up the top ten track record with "Long Hot Summer Night". JT, having worldwide success, stayed true to his European and Far East fans, which made this LP a popular club hit.

After releasing his third LP "Baby I'm Back", JT turned his attention to acting in film and theater. He quickly landed his first role in the hit movie "Mambo Kings" starring Armand Assante and Antonio Banderas. Soon after, he landed the leading role in his first play, Lorraine Hansberry's "Raisin in the Sun" co-starring with Peabo Bryson, Philip Bailey, Howard Hewett, Jeffrey Osborne and Leanette Hawkins.

With the resurgence of classic R&B music in 1994 and 1995, JT received many requests to complete a reunion LP with Kool and the Gang. In 1995 he recorded and co-produced "State of Affairs" with his former band. With the release of the album, JT gave a rebirth to Kool and the Gang's career as well as his own.
J.T. Taylor now performs all the hit songs he sang with Kool & the Gang including:
• Celebration
• Get Down on It
• Ladies Night
• Fresh
• Joanna
• Cherish
• Too Hot
• All I Want Is Forever
• Heart to Heart
• Long Hot Summer Night
• Baby I'm Back
• How


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50s & 60s

? and The Mysterians - The 5th Dimension - The Association - Bill Medley - Righteous Brothers - Billy J Kramer - B. J. Thomas - Bobby Rydell - Brenda Lee - Brian Hyland - Cathy Jean and The Roommates - The Capris - The Chiffons - Chris Montez - Chubby Checker - The Classics - The Coasters
Connie Francis - The Contours - The Crystals - Danny & The Juniors - Dee Dee Sharp - Dennis Tufano original lead singer of The Buckinghams - Dickey Lee
Dion DiMucci - The Drifters - The Duprees - Larry Chance and The Earls - Eddie Holman - Eric Burdon & The Animals - Fabian
Terry Johnson's Flamingos - The Four Tops - Frankie Avalon - La La Brooks lead singer of The Crystals - Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - Freddy Cannon -
1910 Fruitgum Company
- Gary Lewis & The Playboys - Gary "US" Bonds - Gene "The Duke of Earl" Chandler - The Happenings
Herman's Hermits starring Peter Noone - Terry Sylverter of The Hollies - Jay & The Americans
Jay Black (The Voice) - Jerry Butler - Jimmy Beaumont & The Skyliners - Jimmy Clanton - Johnny of Santo & Johnny - Johnny Rivers - Johnny Tillotson
Joey Dee & The Starliters - Jr. Walker's Allstar Band - Kathy Young - Kenny Vance & The Planotones - Little Anthony & The Imperials - Little Peggy March
Mark Lindsay Former Lead Singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders - Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs - Merrilee Rush - The Mystics - Lenny Welch - Little Richard - Lou Christie - The Lovin Spoonful - The Marcels - Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - The Marvelettes - Mary Wilson of The Supremes - Mel Carter - Mitch Ryder - Motortown All-Stars - The Orlons - Paul and Paula
Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals - Randy & The Rainbows - Ron Dante of The Archies - The Reflections - Sam Moore of Sam & Dave
Sam the Sham - The Shadows of Knight - The Shirelles - Shirley Alston Reeves Original lead singer of The Shirelles - Smokey Robinson / The Miracles
The Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards - The Tokens - Tommy James & The Shondells - Tommy Roe - The Turtles - The Tymes - The Vogues

70s & 80s

Air Supply - Ambrosia - America - Anita Ward - A Taste of Honey - Bowzer (formerly of Sha Na Na) - The Chi-lites - Chuck Negron, Formerly of Three Dog Night
The Delfonics - Dionne Warwick - Don McLean - The Dramatics - Dr. Elmo - Evelyn "Champagne" King - Foreigner - Freda Payne - Gloria Gaynor
Journey - J.T. Taylor - Kool and the Gang - KC & The Sunshine Band - Kool and the Gang - The Manhattans - Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr - Martha Wash
Marty Balin - Maxine Nightingale - Melanie - O’Jays - Patti LaBelle - Peaches & Herb - Peter Frampton - Poco’s Paul Cotton - The Pointer Sisters - Sister Sledge
The Spinners - The Stylistics - Styx - Suzi Quatro - Tavares - Thelma Houston - Three Dog Night - Tony Orlando - The Trammps - Village People - War

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