Paul Taylor (musician)

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Paul Taylor
Born (1960-04-30) April 30, 1960 (age 55)
Origin Denver, Colorado, United States
Genres Smooth jazz
Occupation(s) Saxophonist
Years active 1995-present

Paul Taylor (born April 30, 1960) is an American smooth jazz saxophonist who has released eight albums since his debut On the Horn in 1995. He is signed to Peak Records. Although originally from Denver, Colorado, he is based in Las Vegas, Nevada.[1] He also played as a special guest with the Rippingtons for a short time in 1999 and 2000, after Jeff Kashiwa left the group and before Eric Marienthal joined them.

He collaborated with many R&B vocalists such as LaToya London, Regina Belle, and Terry Dexter.


  • 1995: On the Horn
  • 1997: Pleasure Seeker
  • 2000: Undercover
  • 2001: Hypnotic
  • 2003: Steppin' Out
  • 2005: Nightlife
  • 2007: Ladies' Choice
  • 2009: Burnin'
  • 2011: Prime Time
  • 2014: Tenacity


  1. ^ Ollison, Rashod (2005-03-17). "Paul Taylor gives smooth jazz a good name". Baltimore Sun. p. 19T. 

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