Not sure about the rest of you guys but down here in ATL it has been hot as Hell all summer long.  We are all thrilled to finally have some relief.  

Just a reminder that we are at Ray's in the City every single Friday night except for the ones when we aren't.  ;). So on Friday, April 26 we will NOT be at Ray's but we WILL be performing at the 4th Friday Night Jazz Concert in Midtown and YOU ARE INVITED.

Tickets STRONGLY and HIGHLY recommended for this show.  Please use this link:

Spring is in the air!  HOORAY!!!!

Its a great time to come out and support local music of any kind but especially your favorite jazz combo.  So come on out and check out our gigs on the GIG PAGE.  Just click the tab up top and voila!


So, btw . . . I just sent out a good old fashioned email.  I know, right?  So . . . if you aren't on our email list then click up there on the right hand side of this website where it says "JOIN OUR LIST" and  . . . you know . . . join our list.  invite others to join us too.  This party is so much fun when there's tons of love coming and going!

So we had a fantastic show last night at Red Sky Tapas+Bar.  If you missed it . . . sorry about that.  We are generally there the 3rd Thursday of every month.  Next show should be Sept 20 - if that changes we will let you know.  Kelley Osborne, one of our long time fans, was there and captured a great moment.  I'm gonna start posting all the cool pictures and sketches we get from you guys right here on the front page of the website - so send us your best!  Here's Kelley's pic:

So send us your pics, sketches . . . poetry . . . whatever you want and as long as its nice and Kayla doesn't look fat - we will post it.  Just best to get the boundaries set in the beginning!!!!

Hey Folks.  Come join us for a Post Valentine's Aftermath Gig!  $5 cocktails, $5 martinis & show them this ad and get 1/2 off bottles of wine or glasses of wine!  WOOHOO!   WE LOVE YOU!!!

Red Sky Valentines poster

GET YOUR TICKETS!   Our awesome Holiday Show is THIS SUNDAY and we are going to be joined by our friend John Driskell Hopkins.  John, as you may know, is a founding and current member of the Zac Brown Band.  HOWEVER, before he was a big famous star - he was our friend and fellow musician/songwriter/producer on the local Atlanta Music scene.  John is still John and looking forward to having him at our show and sitting in with us!

Don't miss this show.  See ya Sunday Night!  Peace. Love. Jazz. Holiday Joy!

Hello Sweet People of the world!

We are so happy to see you here.  Its Holiday Time.  Next week is Thanksgiving - make a gratitude list if you haven't done that lately.  Chances are if you are reading this . . . you've got at least 1 thing to be grateful for and that's more than a lot of folks.

We've got a fantastic Holiday show headed your way on Sunday, December 10.  Tickets are going on sale this week and will NOT BE SOLD through the restaurant so don't call them about buying tickets.  ;). They will however, be happy to sell you food and beverages that night so come prepared to get your Holiday Cheer ON!!!!   Soon as tickets go live I will make a post with the link here.

This Thursday, NOV 16: Kayla, Steve & Randy will be at Red Sky Tapas doing their jazzy little thing from 7p - 10p so come on out and enjoy live music and fabulous food & drinks.  

Saturday, NOV 18:  Retrograde Duo is appearing at Adele's on Canton in historic downtown Roswell.  7p - 10p Y'all Come on out and eat some genuine Cajun food with us!

We could use your help.  Join Kayla Taylor Jazz (the whole 5 piece) and Kayla's other band - 120 East for a night of music and dining.  We're raising funds for RESCUE REPURPOSE REDEEM.  A social enterprise program off Sweetwater Mission.   Tickets are available at:


Memorial Day

Its Memorial Day Weekend. There are actually folks out there that don't know what that means.  So . . . allow me . . . . 

Memorial Day is a Federal Holiday in which we honor those who died serving in our armed forces.  It began right after the Civil War and became known as "Decoration Day" because of the act of decorating the graves of soldiers.  It became known-ish as Memorial Day around 1882 but that didn't become officially the name until after WWII.  Originally it was a holiday that was celebrated on May 30th - regardless of what day of the week it fell on.  A bill was passed in 1968 (the Uniform Monday Holiday Act) that moved four holidays, including Memorial Day to Mondays in order to create 3-day weekends.  Lots of controversy about that when it happened for fear that folks would only think of Memorial Day as the first long weekend of Summer.  Let's do our part and keep the spirit of what this holiday is all about alive.  Make sure you spread the word.   THANK YOU to those who choose to serve in the armed forces and for those who have lost loved ones while they served in the armed forces . . . thank you for YOUR service and sacrifices, too.

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