From the sounds of Fleetwood Mac to the current hits of Pharrell, former Las Vegas Headliner/Singer/Songwriter, Marley Taylor, sings her ways thru the pop charts alongside bassist and husband, Chris DeHerrera, keyboardist, Matt Green and percussionist Alex Leon.
Marley Taylor, originally from Pittsburgh, grew up singing professionally in Houston at age 12. In 1994 after spending a few years in Nashville, she was signed to Sony Publishing for a songwriting contract. She also appeared on The Nashville Network TV show series Riders In The Sky.
After moving to Arizona a few years later, Marley became a staple in the Scottsdale/Phoenix music scene with the popular act Zowie Bowie. The group became a hit at Scottsdale's premier nightclub, Barcelona, later signing with Station Casinos in Las Vegas for a lengthy contract. Voted Best Of Las Vegas, ZB & Taylor quickly became Las Vegas celebrities, headlining the Red Rock Casino, The Palms and The Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino (adding a Vintage Vegas show backed by an 18 piece orchestra in the Lance Burton Theatre.). Marley also co-hosted the popular 70's game show Name That Tune in Vegas.