In October 2010, Cincinnati-based singer/songwriter Kim Taylor was promoting her extraordinary new album, Little Miracle, while balancing home life with her husband and son. Taylor was also making time for classes at the University of Cincinnati as she attempted to complete her science degree in geology, a path cut short by her pregnancy years earlier.
Three years later, Taylor’s schedule may suffer from even more overbooking.
She’s just released her stellar new album, Love’s a Dog, and is gearing up for the local release show, which coincides with the local premiere of the indie film, I Used to Be Darker, directed by Matthew Porterfield and featuring Taylor in a lead acting role.
I Used to Be Darker opens 7:10 p.mFriday at the Esquire Theatre in Clifton, followed by a Q&A with Taylor. She also performs Nov. 1 at The Monastery in Walnut Hills. More info: kim-taylor.net.