We were very humbled to recently have the opportunity to interview Dulcie Taylor. The singer songwriter, based in Arroyo Grande, California, first came to our attention back in 2018, with her song, ‘Halfway To Jesus’. More recently we’ve been very much moved by her single, ‘Soft Place To Fall’, a song which offers the listener a refuge, a solace – indeed, a soft place to fall – away from the turmoil of the lives we’ve experienced these last few years.
We’ve all felt it during the Covid-19 pandemic, and we’re all still feeling it now, with Covid still very much a thing, and now the looming cost of living crisis, and wars breaking out all over the world. There is a sense of hopelessness in the air, but we aren’t ready to give up – we’re looking for a relief, a sanctuary, a refuge – and just like the title of Dulcie Taylor’s single, we’re looking for a ‘Soft Place To Fall’.
Americana singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor lives in Atascadero, California, almost exactly halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Here she has a great view over the entire Golden State, and she’s worried about what’s going on. Because of this, she’s put her voice to song, with ‘Halfway To Jesus’, her message to the world, where she asks us to confront the destructive consequences of our actions.