In the ever-changing music industry, Garth Taylor has always been one of the few constants. With over seventeen years of experience, Garth is back with his latest studio album, Made.
The first single, If I Don’t Call, is setting the bench mark for what fans can expect from this much anticipated new release. This song captivated audiences to such a massive extent that it topped charts in Johannesburg at #3 on Jacaranda FM’s Kia Top 20 (94.2) and reached #1 on Smile FM’s Chart (90.4) in Cape Town.
Garth recently performed If I Don’t Call on SABC3's Expresso Show and this beautiful piano-driven version is currently available on radio playlists.
"I've had an incredible time making this album," says Garth. "Fans have been asking for the new material – these songs are fresh and very special to me". Made is jam-packed with soulful pop and R&B and is available to purchase on iTunes.
Garth already has a string of smash hits on radio, so one can only predict that loads more will follow from his latest album, Made. He burst onto the scene in 1998 when he topped the radio charts for five consecutive weeks with Why and this song is still regarded as a timeless classic. Other popular singles, such as Only With You, Tonight, Home Again, If I Gave You My Soul and Islands in the Stream (a duet with Melanie Lowe), followed..
With his flawless vocal delivery and power-house songs, Garth has a tremendous stage presence, giving audiences an unforgettable experience with every performance. His top-class live performances have earned him spots on many big stages around the globe. He has shared the stage with a number of premier international and local artists, including Simply Red, Shaggy, Jonathan Butler, Mandoza, and the late Brenda Fassie, TK and Lebo Mathosa.
Despite his immense success, Garth has remained humble at heart, and has used his celebrity status to raise much needed awareness and funds for foundations that support cancer research. As a victim of child abuse himself, Garth is also actively involved in charities for abused women and children.