Sioux City’s 35th and Taylor to play SITP

35th and Taylor is comprised of members Anna Taylor, Evan Kaler, Jack Osborn, and Max Miller. Originating in the Sioux City area, the band offers an alternative rock sound with a heavy blues influence. With a blend of classic and contemporary sounds with influence from the Black Keys, White Stripes, Grace Potter, and Joss Stone.

The band finished its latest project titled “I Know You’re Trouble”, recorded in Nashville Tenn., in the spring of 2016 by sought after Alternative Rock producer J. Hall. The album consists of 10 tracks and was released in June 2016 on iTunes and CD Baby.

The band formed in the summer of 2011 and has maintained an extensive regional touring schedule throughout the Midwest over the past six years.

Anna Taylor, lead singer, 19, has no fear of the stage and the spotlight, having won multiple singing competitions as well as being a contestant of Season 6 of NBC’s The Voice. In 2015 the band also was awarded the “Spirit Award” by the Iowa Rock and Roll Music Association by unanimous vote for there contribution as ” the future of rock and roll in Iowa.”

The band has opened for multiple national acts, including Andy Grammar and Echosmith, Melissa Ethridge, Ratt, and Firehouse. In March 2017, the band opened for Bon Jovi at the United Center in Chicago, kicking off what promises to be the band’s biggest year in live touring.

Don’t miss your chance to witness this untarnished, electrifying group in person. John Luebke (Sioux City Rockestra Founder/Director) may be the most excited to see them get credible recognition. He said he has “inner peace that other people will feel the same way I do” about 35th & Taylor and their talent.