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  • Sweet Baby James Musical Tribute reveals local singer's uncanny resemblance to James Taylor

    San Luis Obispo County resident Mike Miller not only looks like Taylor, he can play and sing like him, too. "Sweet Baby James: A Musical Tribute to James Taylor" is a Central Coast Theater Works production playing May 19, 20 and 21 at The Monarch Club in Nipomo.

San Luis Obispo County resident Mike Miller not only looks like Taylor, he can play and sing like him, too. "Sweet Baby James: A Musical Tribute to James Taylor" is a Central Coast Theater Works production playing May 19, 20 and 21 at The Monarch Club in Nipomo. Laura Dickinson The Tribune
San Luis Obispo County resident Mike Miller not only looks like Taylor, he can play and sing like him, too. "Sweet Baby James: A Musical Tribute to James Taylor" is a Central Coast Theater Works production playing May 19, 20 and 21 at The Monarch Club in Nipomo. Laura Dickinson The Tribune

Is that James Taylor? No, but this local actor plays him in a new show

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