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Taylor Raynor w/Mercy McCoy/Deb Ruby/Red River

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Taylor Raynor
Earlier this year, Taylor Raynor and his friends Liam Bauman and Leon Majcen packed up and moved to Nashville to make bigger names for themselves. Tampa Bay seems to be a massive chunk of Raynor’s soul because he’s getting ready for his second gig in the area since the big move. In April, he took on a gig at Green Bench and this Wednesday, the likes of Mercy McCoy, Deb Ruby, and Red River will surround Taylor at Hooch and Hive, reminding him that no matter where your ventures take you, you’re a part of the Tampa music scene forever.—Josh Bradley

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