Taylor Pie as Susan Taylor is an American folk singer from Jacksonville, Texas, most well known as Susan Taylor, a founding member of the Pozo-Seco Singers, whose recording of Michael Merchant's song "Time" topped the charts in Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles at number one. After the group disbanded, she helped launch the country music career of fellow Pozo, Don Williams.
In the 70's she formed a group called The City Country Band with Richard Frank in New York City, and Bette Midler used one of her songs, "Back in the Bars Again" in her "Clams on the Half Shell Review.
After moving to Stockbridge, MA, Susan took the name, Taylor Pie as her professional handle and wrote, "Full Grown Fool" with Allen Reynolds which became a country hit for Mickey Gilley. "Just Like Angels," penned with Dickey Lee was nominated for a gospel Dove award. Tanya Tucker, The Oak Ridge Boys, Don Williams, The Forester Sisters, John Connely, Terri Hendrix, Valerie Smith, The Tuttles with AJ Lee, the Lewis Family, Cluster Pluckers and others have recorded Pie songs.
In 2015, Taylor was inducted into the National Traditional Country Music Assn Hall of Fame in LaMars, Iowa. She's currently Director of A&R at PuffBunny Records and engaged in promoting a new type of performance art called, Songswarm.
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