Tuesday, January 15, 2013

TAYLOR MADE PERFORMS AT INAUGURAL BALL


Greg Duckworth, Wendy Williams, and Brian Duckworth of Taylor Made
with Governor Earl Ray Tomblin and his wife Joanne.



CHARLSTON, W. Va. (January 15th, 2013) - In their first official performance of the new year, country recording trio and West Virginia natives Taylor Made provided the entertainment at the black-tie inaugural ball for Governor Earl Ray Tomblin on Monday, January 14th at the Clay Center in Charleston. The show, during which Taylor Made performed their current single That's What Life Is, also included several other West Virginia-based acts. Earlier that day, the former President of the Senate was sworn in for what will be his first and only four-year term on the state capitol's south portico steps.

"We're proud of our home state and love an opportunity to support it," said Greg Duckworth of Taylor Made. "Being asked to perform at the inaugural ball was an honor. We look forward to supporting our governor in bettering this great state."

That's What Life Is is currently at #52 on the Billboard Indicator chart and #56 on the Music Row chart. The trio is working to finish their yet-to-be-titled second album with Little General Records, as well as gearing up for their 2013 tour season.

About Taylor Made:
Born and raised in Grafton, West Virginia, sibling trio Taylor Made has been performing together since childhood. With a background in church and back porch singing, the trio reformed as I-79 for the Colgate Country Showdown. It was only a matter of time before their sibling harmonies caught the attention of Little General Stores owner Greg Darby, who signed them to his West Virginia-based Little General Records under the new name Taylor Made (after their Taylor County upbringing). In 2011, they released single Good Love off of their EP of the same title, which topped off at #42 on the Billboard Indicator chart and #28 on the Music Row chart. Their next single, Things You Don't Grow Out Of, took them into the top 40 on Billboard Indicator (#37) and the top 20 on Music Row (#19). For more information on Taylor Made, visit www.taylormadecountry.com.

About Governor Earl Ray Tomblin:
60-year-old Logan County Democrat Earl Ray Tomblin has spent the last 36 years in politics. His service includes chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, as well as an 18-year run as President of the Senate. He became acting Governor when former Governor Joe Manchin was elected into the US Senate and, in 2011, was officially elected as Governor. Earl Ray is credited with saving taxpayers millions by revising the state pension system and privatizing workers' compensation, stabilizing state finances by establishing West Virginia’s rainy day fund, reforming the state’s medical system, keeping doctors in this state, and implementing a plan to eliminate the state’s food tax. To learn more about Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, visit http://earlraytomblin.com/

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