About Karl Taylor
Karl N. Taylor is an accomplished musician, having studied at Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi and Berklee College of Music, Boston, Massachusetts. Karl earned a master degree in music at ITC/Morehouse School of Religion. His major is in Church Music with a focus on string instruments. He plays bass and lead guitar, the cello, electrical-keyboards, and the organ. He is a songwriter and arranger. Karl has used his musical gifts playing for numerous churches including First African AME Church, Atlanta, Georgia for Bishop Earl McCloud. He also played for Trinity AME Church under the spiritual leadership of Pastor Jeffery B. Cooper as well as Baptist and C.O.G.I.C. churches including Salem Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia under the spiritual leadership of The Reverend Jasper Williams II.
Karl played the organ for The Rock C.O.G.I.C., as well as Rosemont Baptist Church, Jackson, Mississippi. He has served as Music Director for the Wee B. Sunday School Program, Atlanta, Georgia, and Minister of Music at Thankful Missionary Baptist Church, Decatur, Georgia. He currently plays the organ for the Community of Faith C.O.G.I.C. Church in Lithonia, Georgia. In addition, Karl played bass guitar for the legendary Bobby "Blue" Bland, the Grammy award winning blues artist. Karl is the founder and leader of the "Such & Such Varity Band and Show."