Jeannie Taylore

Instrument: Vocalist

In 1987, Jeannie Taylore, an actress (most notably on the enormously popular show EastEnders) and singer, went into a studio in London for the all day recording session that became ROUGH DIAMOND. The backing musicians, led by Big band veteran Billy Amstell, laid down the music for songs ranging from Jazz (”What A Difference A Day Makes”) to Country (”By The Time I Get To Phoenix””), Pub favorites (”I Wanna Go To Heaven” & “Let Me Call You Sweetheart”) to Gospel (”The Old Rugged Cross”) and the inspirational closer “You'll Never Walk Alone.”

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Jeannie is interviewed on Ally's Attic

Rough Diamond is “happy, jaunty, boisterous and soulful”- Milton J. Kramer

5 STAR REVIEW on AMAZON HIDDEN GEM ALBUM FROM 1987 IS VIBRANTLY ALIVE IN 2018! ”Rough Diamond showcases the voice and personality of this talented singer and actress...”

5 STAR REVIEW on AMAZON ROUGH DIAMOND IS A SONG'S ZEST FRIEND ”'s the towering ,charming, and majestic voice of Jeannie Taylore which stands front and center.”

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