You know how that old saying goes; “don’t judge a book by its cover?”
Well, Paula Jo Taylor of Nashville, Tennessee is a prime example of that.
If you glanced at her on the street, I’d be willing to bet that you wouldn’t guess that she’s a powerful musician. But Taylor was at a National Association of Music Merchants event in Anaheim, California earlier this year, when she picked up an electric guitar and skilfully played some of the best music I’ve heard in months.
The video has since gone viral, and she couldn’t be happier.
“I had no idea that it would be posted but I’m grateful it was,” Paula Jo Taylor said about the footage. “Thanks to all of you for sharing.”
Taylor is clearly a master guitarist. In fact, she plays regularly with her daughter, Amanda — they call themselves The Taylors. According to their promotional video, she was even once named as one of the top 10 female guitar players.
She has also played lead guitar for Cledus T. Judd, Georgette Jones (the daughter of George Jones) and other various artists.
It is obvious that Paula has put years and years into mastering the instrument. And now her hard work, passion and dedication is being appreciated by a growing Facebook following of more than 2,500 music lovers, and many others across the globe.