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Canton woman to sing at State Fair

   Feeling uninspired by the livestock shows at the Maryland State Fair? After all, we are city folk, and the livestock in these neighborhoods isn't shown at the fair- it's exterminated.
   That said, readers might want to trot up to Timonium anyway on Friday evening because Canton resident Angela Taylor is playing at the Midway Stage on Entertainment Row from 5-6 p.m., backed up by guitarist Rich Radford.
   Taylor, who lives with her husband Dan in Canton, is a classically trained flutist and vocalist with degrees from the Peabody Conservatory in performance and recording arts and sciences. She has appeared at the Kennedy Center playing flute, and in various Fells Point dives with her
rock band Termite. (A music career is a varied career.)
   She is now forging a career as a soloist. She has made the final round of the Lilith Fair talent search the last two years; she says that performing in the finals at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. this year is her career highlight.
   She has sung at 8X10, Cafe Tattoo and Ze Mean Bean. This is her second gig at the State Fair; she first played there with Tennite.
   This time she is going solo, promoting songs from a soon-to-be-released debut album she recorded this summer.
   Taylor calls her style "mainstream appeal alter-napop with a distinctive classical influence."
   "While I am expecting a

FLYING SOLO- Angela Taylor started her solo career after the band termite broke up in 1997.
lot of my old fans at the State Fair, I am hoping to attract some new ones," Taylor says.
   Readers who can't make the State Fair Friday can catch Taylor on
First Thursday, October 7, at the Walters Art Gallery. She may appear at the Highlandtown Fall Festival October 10.
   Song samples can be had at
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