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Dylan James
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Tania Alison Taullie

Dylan James and Tania Taullie of Maxwell performed Thursday in the Fort Cody Trading Post music series.

James grew up in Lead, South Dakota, a gold mining town in the southwest corner of the state.

James plays Americana music -- a mix of folk, jazz and bluegrass. He’s played guitar for 14 years -- professionally for nearly four years -- originally with Fancy Creek Jumpers and then with Jamie Lynn.

James was originally scheduled to appear with Jamie Lynn. He and Lynn have an album, Cluck and Croon, which is available on www.jamilynnmusic.com. James is also working on a solo album.

The opening act was Taina Alison Taullie, a native of Maxwell. Taullie sings country and contemporary Christian music and plays acoustic guitar. She is currently a music education major at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. 

Both performers played a variety of songs including original compositions.

Artists perform live outdoors from 6-9 p.m. on Thursdays evenings in the music series at the trading post near the I-80 interchange.  

Next, the country music mother-daughter duo Belles and Whistles will perform July 24. Kim and Mikaela Baxter of North Platte will open the show.


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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 7/18/2014
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