Every Thursday I post a miscellaneous blog/article/post that I’ve written in the past or an interview of an extraordinary individual.
This week’s Throwback Thursday edition: Paul Sullivan, The Taxi Cab Cowboy
I wrote this post to promote my good friend, Paul Sullivan, and his new CD album “A Long Time Comin”. I met the “Taxi Cab Cowboy,” on the night of my birthday (April 30th) last year, when I was looking for a ride home. Not only is he one of the kindest taxi cab drivers in Boston but the most original musicians I’ve heard.
His music is “real” and “bold”; the first words that came to my mind when I listened to his music on the way to my first my Zydeco event. His music is deeply rooted in country and blues which makes it easy for anyone to distinguish if his music is “real” or “watered-down.”
I am pleased to say now that Paul is finishing up his new CD and will have it published in 6-8 weeks, if not sooner.
To read my ThrowBack, click on the link below.
If you wish to learn more about his music go to www.taxicabcowboy.com
To help him raise money for his new album go to https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-the-taxi-cab-cowboy-releasing-his-debut-album-a-long-time-coming
You can also follow him on Twitter @taxicabcowboy
Here is an introduction to the “Taxi Cab Cowboy”