Taylor Bennett is a multi-genre artist on the national scene who still credits his hometown of Chicago for much of his musical inspiration. His new album ‘Coming of Age’ (seamlessly blends alternative, rock n’ roll, hip-hop, R&B, and more, showing fans the unlimited range of his artistic capabilities. Always looking to spark creative conversation and inspire positive vibes, Taylor Bennett curated a project that breaks down the walls of genre-boxing, delivering an album that audiences of all backgrounds and interests can enjoy.
In 2017, Taylor Bennett came out as bisexual and has continued to be an advocate for human rights and LGBTQ causes ever since. He’s now a father to two sons and co-manages his own career, as well as Chance‘s, with his father Mr. Ken Bennett. He prides himself on breaking down barriers amongst divided groups. He does it through music, advocacy, and his genre-defying music.
For Taylor Bennett, this is more than just another concert, this is the Homecoming moment following a successful string of tour dates in support of his new album ‘Coming of Age,’ along with appearances on Good Morning America, The Kelly Clarkson Show, and more. This is the moment where Taylor can reconnect with his home base. He’s planning to support local artists and have a few up-and-comers perform as openers for the show. With Taylor, it’s all grassroots.
The Chicago Defender had a chance to speak with the Chicago Artist about his new album and his free concert at Lincoln Hall on Friday.
Taylor Bennett and special guests, Cassius Tae, Channele Tru, Baha Bank$, and Recoechi perform Friday at a free concert at Lincoln Hall, located at 2424 N Lincoln Ave. To RSVP for this free performance, click here. For more on Taylor Bennett visit taylorbennett.co.