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Ry Taylor

 
Ry Taylor has been playing music for family and friends since he was 10 years old, a gift from his father, well-known northern New Mexico singer Rod Taylor. Today he continues to play for the public, composing his own songs as well as offering the well-known songs of his generation.

Born and raised around Cimarron, Ry has called Red River his home for the past three years and he celebrates the local music scene.

“I was living and working in Angel Fire, but that sort of dissolved,” he says, with a woeful shake of the head. “They weren’t interested in music anymore. Here in Red River, the town brings it on and welcomes the public to enjoy.”

He’s been playing in Red River since he was 16 years old, working with Plaid Stanley and Josh Morey. In addition to being a frequent performer for the après-ski and Torchlight Parade festivities at the Lift House Bar and Grill, he plays some at The Tip, Black Diamond Grill and other local music venues in summer. Ry has also been a member of the Highway 38 Houndogs for the past year and a half.

During Summer months, he works around Cimarron and the Boy Scout Ranch as well and is a regular visitor to the music scene in Boulder, CO.Ry Taylor has been playing music for family and friends since he was 10 years old, a gift from his father, well-known northern New Mexico singer Rod Taylor. Today he continues to play for the public, composing his own songs as well as offering the well-known songs of his generation.

Born and raised around Cimarron, Ry has called Red River his home for the past three years and he celebrates the local music scene.

“I was living and working in Angel Fire, but that sort of dissolved,” he says, with a woeful shake of the head. “They weren’t interested in music anymore. Here in Red River, the town brings it on and welcomes the public to enjoy.”

He’s been playing in Red River since he was 16 years old, working with Plaid Stanley and Josh Morey. In addition to being a frequent performer for the après-ski and Torchlight Parade festivities at the Lift House Bar and Grill, he plays some at The Tip, Black Diamond Grill and other local music venues in summer. Ry has also been a member of the Highway 38 Houndogs for the past year and a half.

During Summer months, he works around Cimarron and the Boy Scout Ranch as well and is a regular visitor to the music scene in Boulder, CO.