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The Continentals' founder, Cam Floria invited Taylor to join the group on a tour of Poland sponsored by Solidarity.When he returned to the United States, he was asked to perform at the Christian Artists' 1982 Music Seminar in Denver.Taylor wrote articles during this time that were published in The Wittenburg Door and CCM Magazine (for which he won an award from the Evangelical Press Association).After recording a demo of original songs, Taylor began to write for the musical group The Continentals.Taylor returned home and enrolled at the University of Colorado at Boulder, to study "serious music".
He also wrote and starred in a short film, Joe's Distributing, a parody of avant-garde films.
When Taylor was six years old, the family relocated to Northglenn, Colorado, a suburb of Denver. While there, he attempted to learn the bass guitar, piano and trombone.
Upon graduation from high school, Taylor enrolled at Biola University in California.
Billy Ray Hearn, president of Sparrow Records, was backstage and immediately signed Taylor to a recording contract.
He recorded his debut solo project I Want to Be a Clone in 1982 and released it in January 1983.