Terry Taylor (musician)

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Terry Taylor
Birth name Terence Martin Taylor
Born (1948-08-28) 28 August 1948 (age 68)
Instruments Guitar
Associated acts Tucky Buzzard
The Rhythm Kings

Terence Martin "Terry" Taylor (born 28 August 1948) is an English guitarist, arranger and songwriter, who started to become known internationally in the latter half of the 1960s as the band leader of the group Tucky Buzzard, who were produced by Bill Wyman.


In 1979, after the ITV strike caused a curtailment in that year's autumn term schedules, Terry Taylor's guitar tunes The May Dance and Les Trois Enfants, were used as interval tracks as an accompaniment for the schools programmes interval slides.

After Tucky Buzzard broke up, after an introduction by Wyman, Taylor joined the band Arrows for their second television series, The Arrows Show.

Taylor co-founded the band The Rhythm Kings with Wyman in 1997 and is currently a member.[1][2]

Personal life[edit]

Taylor has one son, Daniel, a result of his relationship with ex-wife Eva Dyrinda Taylor.


  1. ^ "Rhythm roller". icNorthWales. 4 November 2004. 
  2. ^ "British rock legends satisfy the audience; Wyman and Rhythm Kings are tops". Telegram & Gazette. 10 August 2001. 

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