Tune in as Shane Michael Taylor and John Cadillac Saville unveil Shane’s new video "Warrior Cowboy" – Produced by Miceli Productions HD
Quadriplegic Country Artist Storms Onto Music Scene
Debut Single Inspired By America’s Wounded Soldiers
Nashville, TN—To raise awareness of the plight of America’s wounded soldiers, country music artist-songwriter Shane Michael Taylor has announced “Warrior Cowboy” as the first single from his debut album I Will Stand. The song, penned by Taylor and two other Nashville songwriters, was inspired by him seeing a news segment showing the struggles, courage, and sacrifice of U.S. soldiers and the battles that they still face when they return home.
Born with cerebral palsy and sentenced to life as a quadriplegic, Taylor has a special appreciation for those who overcome great obstacles in life. He has worked hard to shatter physical and emotional roadblocks that he encountered on is journey to fulfilling his ultimate dream of becoming a country artist by utilizing a team of Nashville’s finest vocalists. He is living proof that challenges and despair can be conquered by utilizing our minds to their greatest potential.
Video Airs on Better Connecticut March 27 at 3 PM
The television premiere of the music video for “Warrior Cowboy” is set to coincide with the digital release of the single on March 27, 2012, when Taylor will make a live appearance on the WFSB-CBS talk show Better Connecticut where he will discuss overcoming challenges and unveil the music video. Taylor chose this song to be the first single because of its message. “We all have challenges and it’s easy to get discouraged sometimes,” he emphasizes. “In spite of that, we all must find what we’re meant to do and walk through our own fires in order to fulfill our purpose. This song echoes that message that no matter how rough life gets, and no matter how much pain and sorrow we have, our spirit—who we are inside—cannot be destroyed.”
Taylor explains, “The video takes it a level deeper and tells a specific story about a soldier and his brother and shows how they both fight their own internal and external battles, but their spirits stay strong throughout. Because I could relate to the challenges of wounded soldiers and their families, I felt that it was my duty to help raise awareness for these guys and gals.”
To listen to the song, please visit: www.WarriorCowboy.com
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