Founder: Jason Taylor 


What made you create TaylorMade School of Music? 


I grew up in a home where there weren’t any instruments, so I was forced to be creative since music seemed to be trapped in the body of my brain. My grandmother would take us to church a lot. While I was sitting there, I would mimic the organ player by protruding my body left to right, and treating the bench I was sitting on like it was am instrument. I would then go home and commit the same crime on her nice white walls. Needless to say, I couldn’t continue that hobby. My grandmother bought me a keyboard, which gave me an outlet to create and practice, and the rest seems like a time machine. As I travel all around the world, around the country, or simply look at social media I quickly realize that we are in no shortage of musicians & "celebrity" to entertain us. We are however, in a shortage of inspiration, creativity, and a sincere devotion to our creative spirit. As our public school systems across America face financial trimmings, out have gone many of our wonderful music programs that were once plenteous. It is my belief that as a result, we have seen costly side effects within our homes and communities. I created this program to affect change within and throughout our society. It’s my passion to teach music creation from a psychological and spiritual worldview. If we can touch the psyche and inspire the soul, then we have already accomplished our task. I desire for us to think, imagine, dream, hope, wonder, and create the very thing we never imagined we’d create. Whenever this happens, I see the amount of joy and happiness that fills people’s faces and I want to be a part of providing that constant happiness to them and others!  This school will give hope to the creative soul, and demonstrate that there are no limits to how far a person can go. 



Strengthening home through creativity  

    I have witnessed many music entities try their best to provide effective music, yet they  struggle because they don’t have the help to teach and strengthen them to become better. This is the result of our neglect for our home communities. I saw this as a vicious cycle, which needed to be addressed. I desired to provide a place where kids can be exposed to something uplifting, creative, and positive. I also wanted to create a place for their parents to become a part of their growth and development. I asked the question “Why do we inspire kids, yet send them back to un-inspired homes, expecting massive changes?” I then felt the need to provide a place where we could accomplish that!

    Lastly, I have had the opportunity to sit with amazing individuals who haven’t written songs before, yet they desire to. Some aren’t musicians, and still desire to create something magical. After helping them to do so, seeing their gratitude, I knew that I had to devote my work to helping others do the same. This gives me the greatest joy imaginable knowing we get to create with you, and it’s our honor to provide this service to you as you flourish in your creativity. 


Bachelor of Art Psychology -Morehouse College ‘2008

Master Of Divinity- Claremont School of Theology ‘2011

Here at the TaylorMade School of Music, we believe that the creative process is both spiritual and psychological! Jason’s teaching method unpacks those realms for the student, which gives them an enriched reality and a familiar environment for them to create most affectively. We desire to not just develop great musicians, but great human beings that subsequently experience an even greater quality of life. 


Our Psychological approaches-  

  • Behaviorist Approach- Study of how environmental factors affect one's behavior/creativity
  • Humanist Approach (also known as humanism) Study of the whole person.
  • Psychodynamic Approach- Study of the conscious and subconscious mind
  • Cognitive Approach- The study of how a person learns, perceives, processes, retains and imputes information

Our Spiritual approaches- 

  • Self esteem enrichment- Enhancing a person’s confidence and value levels
  • Awareness- We believe people learn how to genuinely create, by learning themselves! 
  • Meditations- We guide our students to be one with themselves and their creative spirit 
  • Counseling- We are available not only as a music entity, but as a support systemAt Taylomade, we care about our students and pride ourselves in the amount of presence we provide.  

Jason's Music has touched people all over the world. He has won Community and Academic awards for awareness and excellence in music.

Jason made history in 2014 with writing/producing his song "Survivor L's Up" as it was the first ever Lupus awareness song. 



Jason's Song "Nobody" was awarded with one of music's highest honors. The song was recorded by Tye Tribbett for his album "Greater Than" which received a Grammy for the "Album of the Year" in its category.



In 2015 Jason was given the special opportunity to record a song with Jermaine Jackson. Being able to work and create with a member of such an iconic family in Music was a blessing that Jason will never forget.




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