71 MAGAZINE (INTERVIEW FEATURE)

“The Baylor Project is about soul. Not just soul as a style, but soul as a substance. Soul as propulsion. Soul as purpose. Soul as meaning”.

by Mike Brannon

REVIVE MUSIC

"The Journey masterfully traverses through a myriad of sonic soundscapes and has that unique ability to reach out from your headphones and speakers and captivate your full attention from the first cut to the last." Read the full interview here.

by DanMichael Reyes

VIBE MAGAZINE

"The Baylor Project harkens on jazz soul, as husband Marcus Baylor’s soft drum leads a pianist and string band while his mezzo-soprano wife Jean Baylor takes A to middle C vocal command on “Laugh And Move On”." Read the full feature here.

by Da’shan Smith

JAZZWISE (U.K.)

JAZZWISE (U.K.)

“Yet the real talk of the town turns out to be The Baylor Project, the husband and wife duo of drummer Marcus and singer Jean Baylor.” “First and foremost, they draw on a finely shaded palette of modern jazz, as embodied by the likes of Herbie Hancock among others, to bring to the table a flickering subtlety that offsets the rousing energy of spirituals.” Read full feature here.

by Kevin Le Gendre

THE MERCURY NEWS

"The husband and wife team of vocalist/songwriter Jean Baylor and drummer/producer Marcus Baylor provided one of most heartening jazz stories of 2017." Read full feature here.

by Andrew Gilbert

PARVATI MAGAZINE

"Parvati Magazine spoke with husband and wife jazz duo Marcus and Jean Baylor of The Baylor Project, about their Grammy nominated album “The Journey”, and their life together." Read full interview here.

by Parvati Magazine