James Taylor and Carole King Raise $1.5M for Charity from Troubadour Tour

Carole King and James Taylor have raised more than $1.5M in charity from their Troubadour Reunion Tour. King and Taylor will present the charity funds raised so far during the tour on Sunday to the Natural Resources Defense Council, Alliance for the Wild Rockies and other charitable organizations.

Carole King and James Taylor on TODAY show (NBC)
Carole King and James Taylor on TODAY show (NBC)

The charity donations from the James Taylor and Carole King Troubadour Reunion Tour are being raised through special VIP packages, state seating and receptions. A portion of the proceeds from a commemorative tour book are also going to charity.

King and Taylor also have a new album out together, titled Live at the Troubadour, named for the Los Angeles nightclub where they first performed together live. The legendary duo performed “Your Smiling Face” from the album on the Today show on Friday.

We love seeing these two together and applaud them for their dedication in raising money for charitable causes. They still sound fantastic even after all these years.

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