Meet: Royal Tailor

Meet Royal Tailor, I’ve known them for a while now and I must say their music is pretty awesome! Personally my favorite song is Remain, it’s the first song I heard from them. No matter what all his love will remain.

Royal Tailor is an American Christian pop-rock band that was created in 2004 by Tauren Wells (lead vocalist and guitarist), DJ Cox (backing vocalist) and Blake Hubbard (bass guitarist and backing vocalist) when they were in college, later Jarrod Ingram (drummer) enjoyed the band.

Royal Tailor performed in more than 300 shows in 2 years and gained experience. After hearing Royal Tailor Leeland and Jack Mooring, the members of an Christian Rock band from Texas. Passed the band’s EP (Love Like This) to Jason McArthur, the Vice President of A&R of Provident Music Group. Jason McArthur signed Royal Tailor to a record deal. The producers Aaron Lindsey, Chuck Butler and Daniel Kinner produced Royal Tailor’s first debut album, Black & White. This album was released on June 7, 2011 and received a nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for the 54th Grammy Awards.

On October 22, 2013 the band’s self-titled album, Royal Tailor came out. It’s a more funkier, danceable with bigger sing-alongs, deeper and more intimate conversations about God and faith.

Announcement: Royal Tailor is going to perform on June 6, 2015 in Arnhem, The Netherlands at the EO-Jongerendag! (..tears of happiness afterwards came) Also coming up soon a, “What to pack for EO-Jongerenndag” ! But first make sure you buy your tickets before its’s to late! (Sorry for the kind-of-actually-super-late announcement)

Xo, Gely

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