With few models of an instrumentalist turned singer-songwriter, Tal has broken extraordinary new ground. As Jackson Browne acknowledged, “I can't think of another instrumentalist that has ventured into the area that Tal now has, when it comes to writing and singing songs from her own experience.”
Having performed as a bassist with Jeff Beck, Mick Jagger, Prince, The Allman Bros, Herbie Hancock, and many more, Tal’s experiences playing with the greats has inspired her to hone her craft as an artist in her own right.
“I began singing and writing songs with words when I first picked up the guitar at 14,” said Tal. “When I moved to America I became fixated on guitar and stepped away from lyric writing. After years of touring as a bassist, I started to miss songwriting. That’s when I began making ‘Love Remains'.”
'Love Remains' suggests, as Tal has said, “the abiding presence of love, or the remnants should it fail.”