Born in Glasgow many moons ago, feel 29 in my head and 79 in
my bones, both parents were from Glasgow and Grandparents were
from Fermanagh and Tyrone so that's the 'why do you do this'
connection people are constantly looking for. The name Max
Taylor came about from my two boy's names Taylor and Max (see
what I did there?)
My material and artistes change very frequently, I'm always adding and dumping songs as the year goes on so I tend to build up a massive catalogue of songs. Sometimes I forget what I actually have but this is a kinda main collection just for an idea of the material I do.
I have these recordings available for anyone who wants them. They will be sent to you as MP3 files and can go straight onto your computer or mobile device. If you're still using CDs I can post them out to you. The quality of the samples here are a bit rough as I had to compress them down a bit to get bigger samples but the finished complete albums are perfect. You can check out the songs on each and hear samples of each too. You'll love them, everybody does.
Hey Paddy baby, your night of music and verse as you put it helped us remember the parties we used to have at home with my parents all those years ago even though me and my sister were crying a bit, I promise you they were happy tears. You're a wonderful genius man and it was so funny about the whole American Irish thing.
I don't know how you managed it Gilly but we couldn't remember a single song the next day as you did so many and all excellent even the one you said was our wedding song, so funny Sir - The Old Bog Road as a wedding song can you imagine it?. Brilliant Paddy good luck to you for where ever in the world you go to next. Keep in touch and let us know when you're back in Erin.
Paddy, Paddy I'm still waiting for my song you said after the break and it's been weeks since you were up here in Craigavon. Hope to see you again sometime we had a ball my friend. I hate getting old when someone is playing music you can dance to for a change.