The Irish folk group plays their song “Butterflies” live at the Lowden factory, where they picked up two custom Lowden guitars.
August 23, 2016
The Irish folk group Hudson Taylor is anchored by brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson-Taylor, who got their start busking in their native city of Dublin. In 2015, Hudson Taylor released their full-length debut album, Singing For Strangers, and they are now touring and playing festivals.
Harry and Alfie recently stopped by the Lowden Guitars’ factory to pick up two new custom Lowdens, and while they were there, treated us to a live version of their song “Butterflies,” played on their brand new instruments.
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