Artist and musician Sally Taylor along with Colorado’s the Larson Brothers of the band Something Underground, will inspire the crowd with their wide array of musical genres for this unique acoustic concert.
Sally Taylor, like her parents James Taylor and Carly Simon, and brother Ben Taylor, has had a long-standing musical career and has become known for her acoustic sound, witty vocals, and evocative, introspective writing.
In 1998, reluctant to sign to a major record label, she formed her own, producing and recording three albums (Tomboy Bride, Apt #6S, & Shotgun). She and a 5-piece band toured 180 days of the year. She thrived on the production elements of running a label and the creative elements of writing, recording, and performing. When she retired from the road at age 30 she moved to Boston and began teaching music. She is currently taking time off from The Berklee School of Music to work exclusively on ConSenses. In this effort, she is dedicated to enlarging the scope of artistic collaboration, the recognition of art as a journey, and the exploration of human perception.
Southampton Arts Center
Hand-Picked, curated by Henry Buhl and Ryan Russo, is an exhibition of 111 photographs and 33 sculptures devoted to the subject of hands, all from Henry M. Buhl's collection.