Jack Taylor (musician)

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Jack Taylor (1965–1997) was an American musician and member of several popular bands. He was born Richard Violet in Urbana, Ohio.

In his early twenties he played guitar with The Gibson Bros and went on to form the Columbus, Ohio, avant-garde noise band Monster Truck Five. Late in his career he fronted, with Jeffrey Evans, the Memphis rock n roll act the '68 Comeback and appeared in, and provided the title song for, the John Michael McCarthy film The Sore Losers. He died in 1997 of an overdose.