On the bottom: The mysterious life of Arthur ‘Montana’ Taylor

Posted: January 19, 2012 in Boogie Woogie, Erick Trickey, Michael Hortig, Montana Taylor

Authors: Michael Hortig & Erick Trickey

Source: B&R, 266, 16

Kindly sent to me by the author Michael Hortig


Arthur “Montana” Taylor (1903-1954) was an American boogie-woogie pianist best known for his recordings in the 1940s and regarded as the leading exponent of the “barrelhouse” style of playing 

The article, which you can read HERE, reveals some new facts about his later life – and some new mysteries.




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