With a contagious blend of pop, R&B, hip hop and rock, Royal Tailor is a high-energy band and music ministry reaching out to a new generation of students suffering from symptoms of a visionless life. The four-member band – made up of Tauren (lead singer), DJ (guitar), Blake (bass) and Jarrod (drums) – met while in school in Indianapolis and began to hone its sound while playing for churches and youth groups around the country. In just four years, Royal Tailor has performed more than 425 shows, including playing at the Nashville GRAMMY Chapter’s Block Party stage alongside artists including Old Crow Medicine Show and The Civil Wars.
Royal Tailor released its debut project, Black & White, June 7, 2011. Produced by Aaron Lindsey, Chuck Butler, and Daniel Kinner, Black & White showcases Royal Tailor’s distinctive musical blend, highlighting influences that range from Bruno Mars to Maroon 5 to Michael Jackson. The result is 11 high-energy tracks that make audiences want to dance, pray, shout and sing along. The album received a 2012 GRAMMY Award nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album and produced Royal Tailor’s first No. 1 radio single “Make A Move.”
Royal Tailor has continued to tour heavily with a 30-city fall “Sounds of Hope Tour,” most recently wrapping the Casting Crowns’ 43-city “Come To The Well” tour, a full summer of major festival dates, a fall run with Chris August and featured on Britt Nicole’s “You’re Worth More Than Gold” tour alongside Group 1 Crew.
For more information on Royal Tailor, please visit: www.RoyalTailor.com, www.facebook.com/royaltailor or follow the band on Twitter at www.twitter.com/royaltailor
|02/01/2013||Milwaukee, WI||U.S. Cellular Arena|
|03/21/2013||Ypsilanti, MI||EMU Convocation Center|
|03/30/2013||San Antonio, TX||AT&T Center|