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Taye sat down with Chip Chandler of PBS Play Here and discussed up coming shows, influences, and making the new record with Frenchie Smith at The Bubble in Austin, Texas.

“I think soul music — particularly the blues — has always been about real life, relatable peaks and valleys,” he said. “I think that resonates with people. Honestly, I think that’s why there’s been a resurgence around the country — in fact, globally — with blues and soul and funk that really hasn’t been there for a number of years.

“It’s an emotional music, about the good times and the bad times, and there are a lot of crazy things going on in the world right now and people are opening their hearts again and are receptive to it,” Cannon said.”

Follow the link below to read the full interview!

 

http://www.panhandlepbs.org/blogs/play-here/soul-music-a-lifelong-friend-of-roxy-rocas-taye-cannon/

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