J.P. Taylor

Cape Coral, FL United States

Genres:Folk, Kids/Quirky, New Age, Country - Contemporary/Pop, Pop Rock, Pop - Adult Contemporary, Rock - Roots Rock, Rock - Pop Rock, Rock - Hard Rock/Classic
Bio: JP Taylor is the creator and producer of the noted children's educational series "Singin' Songs of Science" used in classrooms all over the world, and has taught in England, Switzerland and the US. He has been providing voice talent for commercials, broadcast, and narration for over 30 years. JP is widely recognized for his songs in support of wildlife conservation including "Shepherds of the Sea" (Sea Shepherd Conservation Society), "Is It Really a Smile?" (Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project), "Faces In the Forest" (Orangutan Land Trust), "When They're Gone" (Rhino protection), and "Being an Orangutan" (Orang Utan Republik Foundation). He has written and produced several albums and music videos of environmental-themed songs in support of various conservation efforts.
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