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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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