Tripping Into the Bronze Age: A Conversation with Bill Taylor

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Bill Taylor, husband, father, founding member of The Kingsbury Manx, artist behind the Tripp and Cautionary Tales comics in addition to the white board paintings he does at work, stops by the show to chat about all of these endeavors and more. Not enough? Fine. The kindly generous Manxmen shared a song off their forthcoming record Bronze Age (Odessa Records, out March 5th) with us. It’s called “Future Hunter” and we premier it after our chat. Go! Go!

All of The Kingsbury Manx’s album covers are painted by M. Scott Myers.

 

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2 Responses to Tripping Into the Bronze Age: A Conversation with Bill Taylor

  1. Pingback: Talking Manx and other things | Kingsbury Manx

  2. Ajay Saggar says:

    Kingsbury Manx rule supreme!!!

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