Bonus Episode - The Music of Rossifari and Beyond with Taylor Gray
Rossifari Podcast - Zoos, Aquariums, and Animal Conservation
Today, the Safari sits down in the studio apartment of one Taylor Gray - actor, musician, producer, music director, and the voice and many of the instruments you hear in the various musical interludes of this podcast! I constantly get messages from people asking about the music that Taylor and I make for this podcast, and today, you'll get those questions answered. You'll also find out his favorite zoo animals, hear the story of how we met, and get a few hilarious tales in from our time touring together. Then you'll get to hear about Taylor's latest project: a virtual concert production of the Jonathan Larson musical "tick...tick...BOOM!" on which I played the drums! You'll hear multiple songs we've worked on together and also be treated to TWO full unreleased songs from that brand new project!Check out Taylor's work: @taylorisaacgray on Instagram www.taylorisaacgray.com And visit YouTube and search for "Taylor Isaac Gray" and subscribe! ROSSIFARI LINKS: @rossifari on Insta, Facebook, and Twitter @rossifaripod on TikTok patreon.com/rossifari to support the pod www.rossifari.com
ARCA Menards Series driver, Taylor Gray joins the show to talk about his return to racing, his friendship with Ty Gibbs, and his upcoming NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Walk the Yorke. It's a magnificent place the York Peninsula, but did you know you can walk it, run it or cycle it. It's more than 500 kilometres around the circumference or the leg as it's called. You'll get to see some of the most interesting life the YP has to offer. Take your time and hit 'the Walk the Yorke' trail. Taylor Gray from the York Peninsula Council gives us the inside word on the Walk the Yorke organised trail developed by Stephen Goldsworthy at the Council.
Prepare for Liftoff with Time-Lapse Aficionado Taylor Gray!
Wild And Exposed Podcast
The trio discusses current tech - like the Cam Ranger, current mirrorless offerings from Nikon and working with RED cameras for the first time in the trial by fire atmosphere of a professional shoot. Website: www.taylorgrayvisuals.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylorgrayphoto/ (@taylorgrayphoto)Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/taylorgrayphoto
Engage Symposium Session 1: "How is a community of support built?" (w/ Frank Brown, CEO, Communities in Schools of Atlanta & Taylor Gray)
Welcome to MOVEments and the first of four sessions of the Engage Symposium, hosted by Georgia Tech's Center for Student Engagement! In today's session, our Georgia Tech Student Interviewer Taylor Gray sat down with Frank Brown, CEO, Communities in Schools of Atlanta to answer the question, "How is a community of support built?" To learn more about Communities in Schools of Atlanta visit: https://www.cisatlanta.org/ or follow them on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter: @cisatlanta View the live stream of this talk on Georgia Tech's Center for Student Engagement's Facebook Page here: https://fb.watch/377FMQGCKf/ Subscribe to stay up to date with the rest of the Engage Symposium Sessions being posted this week! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gtmovements/message
This episode is with Taylor Gray! We talk about where his interest in acting started, working on Wonderstruck with Kevin Durant, what filming a Nickelodeon sitcom was like, his audition for Ezra Bridger, writing and performing Sold in the Name of Sex and SO MUCH MORE!Follow Taylor onInstagram: @taylorgray3Twitter: @iamtaylorgrayFollow Brian onInstagram/Twitter: @JediBrianFollow The Interesting Podcast onTwitter: @PodOfInterest
Fresh off his first career ARCA victory, Taylor Gray stops by (25:20) to discuss his roller coaster weekend out West, from heartbreak to redemption all in a span of three days. The 15-year-old (!) DGR-Crosley wheelman discusses the performance throughout his rookie campaign in ARCA, where he’s finished outside the top 10 only twice. He also reminisces on his flip in a late model at Martinsville and why it felt like nothing compared to doing so in a dirt car, his friendship with Ty Gibbs, including why drivers coming from racing families get bad rap, and his love of the Seattle Seahawks. In addition, he provides his side of the hilarious story involving his brother Tanner getting choked out at the go-kart track way back when.The marathon at Texas has mercifully come to an end, and KFB is indeed back. Davey recaps Kyle Busch’s fuel saving masterclass from the Lone Star State and breaks down the playoff picture for all three national series heading into Martinsville, the final race before championship weekend. Plus, Kyle Larson officially has a Cup Series ride for next year and beyond, Josh Berry has the best birthday of all-time and more.