James Taylor & Carole King Tributes by Taylor Made Tapestry - There have been few singer / songwriters that have been as prolific and impactful as the legendary Carole King & James Taylor. Carole King has been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She wrote several Top Ten hits for various groups with her partner and husband during the '60's and in 1971, her Tapestry album became the top-selling pop solo album ever and held that position until Michael Jackson's Thriller in 1982. Carole King has penned over 400 songs that have been recorded by more than 1,000 artists. James Taylor rose to fame in the 1970s, when he became known for writing and performing sensitive, affecting songs. Over the course of a long-running career, Taylor has won five Grammy Awards and is the first artist to have top 10 albums in each of the last 6 decades. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 and received a National Medal of the Arts in 2011. Taylor continues to be esteemed as a songwriter and performer whose work speaks to people's inner emotional lives. In November of 2007, Carole King and James Taylor came together to perform a concert that celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Troubadour in West Hollywood. The concert was also a reunion of the two artists who performed regularly together in the early ‘70’s. With the intent to pay tribute to this legendary musical collaboration, Stephen Bock of the stellar tribute to James Taylor “Taylor Made” has joined forces with Carla Buffa of the popular Southern California Carole King tribute “Sweet Seasons” to put together a show that honors the legacy of these renowned performers.