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Taylor Laurence Rhodes is an American songwriter, producer, and musician from Nashville, Tennessee, most notable for his work with hard rock band Aerosmith since 1993.[1]

  • In 1997, he collaborated with Steven Tyler in writing the single "Full Circle" for the 5x platinum album Nine Lives.
  • Rhodes also had songs on Aerosmiths, 5x platinum live "Little South of Sanity" CD ,Gold certified "Young Lust" CD, 2x platinum , "O'Yeah, Ultimate Aerosmith's Hits" double CD.

Rhodes co-wrote the song "Party Up" on Hilary Duff's 2003 album Metamorphosis, her first full-length studio album that reached number one on the U.S. and Canadian charts and had sold over 3.7 million copies by May 2005.

He produced the 1991 Kix album Hot Wire, as well as co-writing half of songs. He also co-wrote the hit single "Cold Blood" from Kix's platinum selling 1988 album Blow My Fuse.[3][4]

He co-wrote and produced several songs on Peter Wolf's 1990 album "Up To No Good" and the 1998 album Fool's Parade.[5]

He also co-wrote several songs on Y&T's 1987 Contagious album and on 1990 Ten.

Some other notable song credits are the hard rock hit "That Don't Satisfy Me" (peaked at #6 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Chart) from Brother Cane's self titled 1993 album Brother Cane, the hit single "Heart Over Mind" from Jennifer Rush's successful 1987 overseas album titled Heart Over Mind, the single "All The Way" from Journey's 2001 album Arrival, "Back n' Blue" from Cheap Trick's 1992 Busted album, "Dirty Fingers" on Joanna Dean's album Misbehavin', the single "Love Will Rise Again" from Loverboy's 1987 gold certified album Wildside, both singles "Amnesia" and "Faith Healer" from Tora Tora's 1992 album Wild America, as well as many other songs in commercials, movies, and television.

References

  1. ^ Gray, Michael. "Aerosmith", Nashville Banner, 1997-10-03, p. D3.
  2. ^ "Grammy nominations", Houston Chronicle, 1993-01-07, p. 8.
  3. ^ Hot Wire at Allmusic
  4. ^ Jenkins, Mark. "Still Showing Their Metal: Van Halen, Kix, Skid Row Redux", The Washington Post, 1991-07-17, p. C7.
  5. ^ Wild, David. "Fool's Parade", Rolling Stone, 1998-10-29, p. 77.

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