Rod Taylor

Live Act Roots Reggae Roots Foundation
Rod Taylor - Roots Reggae Roots Foundation Live Act in Birmingham

Rod Taylor Short Info

After forming a short-lived group called The Aliens with Barry Brown and Johnny Lee, Rod Taylor recorded his first single, "Bad Man Comes and Goes" in 1975 He gained exposure (along with other reggae artists such as Prince Alla and Earl Zero), releasing the hit single "Ethiopian Kings". He subsequently worked with a variety of producers in the late 1970s , early 1980s including Prince Far I, Ossie Hibbert, Prince Hammer, and Nigger Kojak.

Taylor's debut album, If Jah Should Come Now, was issued in 1979, with Where Is Your Love Mankind following in 1980. After a few quiet years, Taylor re-emerged in the late 1980s with the One In a Million album, with further releases following into the 2000s upto recent .Taylor is still recording and touring .Taylor has a new track released 28th September 2016 on "The Scientist" album.

After forming a short-lived group called The Aliens with Barry Brown and Johnny Lee, Rod Taylor recorded his first single, "Bad Man Comes and Goes" in 1975 He gained exposure (along with other reggae artists such as Prince Alla and Earl Zero), releasing the hit single "Ethiopian Kings". He subsequently worked with a variety of producers in the late 1970s , early 1980s including Prince Far I, Ossie Hibbert, Prince Hammer, and Nigger Kojak.

Taylor's debut album, If Jah Should Come Now, was issued in 1979, with Where Is Your Love Mankind following in 1980. After a few quiet years, Taylor re-emerged in the late 1980s with the One In a Millio...

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Past Gigs Rod Taylor

  • 05 | 2015 Lauterbourg Sunshine Reggae Festival
  • 09 | 2012 Poland Ostroda Reggae Festival

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Origin

  • Birmingham GB