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Country Musician with Cerebral Palsy to Debut New CD

Country Musician with Cerebral Palsy to Debut New CD

By Fox CT

Shane Michael Taylor joined the Fox CT Morning Extra to talk about his career and new projects.

A Waterbury native, Taylor is a country music performer who lives with severe Cerebral Palsy. He taught himself to type with his nose at the age of 5 and has been traveling to Nashville for years to co-write with top Tennessee songwriters. He serves as an inspiration to many and also has developed a career as a motivational speaker.

Taylor is celebrating the release of his new CD. with an album release party, Friday, October 2 at Tequila’s, 733 Lakewood Rd in Waterbury at 7 p.m.

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