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28 February

By Nick Krewen

In order to enjoy a career that has seen him sell 100 million albums and frequently tour the world to packed arenas, singer and songwriter James Taylor has overcome some major obstacles.

For over 20 years, the five-time Grammy Award winner and member of the Rock ‘N Roll and Songwriter Hall of Fames spent time in a psychiatric hospital in 1965 and battled drug addiction for the better part of two decades.

With a new studio album called American Standard and on the cusp of undertaking a North American tour, Taylor spoke to Nick Krewen about his recovery journey for the Toronto Star about overcoming his demons. Part of this interview appeared in the Toronto Star and part of the text here is exclusive to The Men’s List.

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