Acoustic, Americana, Blues, Bossa Nova, Cajun, Celtic, Country, Fiddles, Folk, Guitars, Harmonies, Jazz, Mandolins, Sixties, Slides

The B,M&T video features How Come, recorded by Ronnie Lane and Slim Chance in 1974, written by Ronnie Lane; Hewlett (early 18th century), written by blind Irish harpist Turlough O’Carolan; Country Girl, recorded by Brinsley Schwarz in 1970, written by Nick Lowe; and It Don’t Mean a Thing  (If It Ain’t Got That Swing), a 1931 composition by Duke Ellington with lyrics by Irving Mills. 

What’s in a name? Variously known as Baum, Maggs and Taylor or BM&T, the trio formed in 2019 following the breakup of the Bacuma Boys.

Dave Maggs has played with The Contortionists and more recently Musikissmo, as well as The Bacuma Boys.

Andy Baum payed with Hilary James and Simon Mayor as part of Slim Panatella and the Mellow Virginians, and with Dave in The Bacuma Boys. 

Andy Taylor’s big break came when he recorded a solo album as Drew Taylor for EMI at Abbey Road studios in the late 1970s. He has appeared at the Grand Ol’ Opry, was a one time member of the ‘almost legendary’ Clayson and the Argonauts, and gigged with his Western Swing/Cajun band Drew’s Brew throughout the 1980s.

Andy B (guitar and mandolin) and Dave (guitar, slide, mandocello and harmonica) have been looking for a great fiddler for a very long time, and Andy T is just that!  Too many Andys, but it’s only a name…