Relix Magazine interviews Taylor Hicks

Josh Boran over at interviewed Taylor Hicks . For those of you who haven’t read it, I suggest you check it out. Taylor and Josh touch on playing with established musicians, who Taylor would like to see get hit “in the nuts” with a football, and more. An interesting and entertaining read.


2 Responses to Relix Magazine interviews Taylor Hicks

  1. Marianne Yelle says:

    This line may be dead by now but happened to look at the Monkbot site ( and the host was going on about “what Taylor owed to his fans re. meeting expectations”. It was in reference to this article and her response was a bit different. She (I think -my interpretation) took offense to Taylor saying he didn’t have to live up to others expectations after AI. Her question was: What does he “owe” the Soul Patrol”? I hope everyone here is in agreement that any artist needs to search for their own artistic path and the minute they worry about meeting some outside expectations, they will only fail to meet others (a losing game). Taylor has been kind and considerate to his fans (my only expectation) but his art is his art and I hope as a fan just to follow him on his journey. What does anyone else think?

  2. Robin4T says:

    There are just so many things in this article to love! Where to start.

    Love Taylor’s comments about Widespread Panic: Real music. Not fabricated. Art.

    And love what this line says about Taylor staying true to himself: “You either come to see me, buy my album or you don’t. I’m not trying to meet expectations.”

    And as for the Roseanne comment: ROFLMAO!!

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