Bree Taylor is a force to be reckoned with. Known for granting an all-access pass to fans in her contagiously upbeat music and with her high energy stage performance.
For Taylor, singing, writing and performing were built into her DNA. From being born to James Taylor songs in the delivery room, by the tender age of six the soon-to-be breakout artist was already exhibiting signs of being a musician. Despite her hearing impairment from childhood, she found her voice among choirs, eventually making her way to a recording studio in her teens. Despite her hearing loss, Taylor has not let it hold her back from going after her dreams and has made a career for herself as a country singer who is the epitome of resilience. Taylor has trained with the legendary vocal coach to the stars, Bob Garrett (Los Angeles) and Lorraine Lawson (Toronto, ‘The Launch’). Bree has had 4 songs chart on the Canadian Indie Country Charts, her latest single "On My Own" hit #1 in May 2022. Her first single “Cry”, hit #2 on the Canadian Indie Charts and “Burning Bridges” soared to #1 in October 2020 (and was #17 of the Top 50 in Indie Songs of 2020). Her smash hit "Kryptonite" gave her her second #1 hit on the charts with nominations for “Song of the Year” with the Mississauga Music Awards, “Emerging Solo Vocalist” with the MARTY’s and “Best Country Video of the Year” with Dropout Entertainment in 2021. The song also recently hit the TOP 100 in the CBC Toyota Searchlight contest 2022. Bree has also received nominations for “Drive - Video of the Year” and “Best New Artist” in 2019 with the Mississauga Music Awards and was recently nominated for Established Vocalist of the Year with the MARTY Awards 2022. Bree holds philanthropic causes close to her heart. Supporting and bringing awareness to mental health, human equality and poverty. Bree recently kicked off her new concert series 'Cheers & Beers' on June 10th, 2022 in support of TenFed and Kids Against Hunger Canada, helping to feed children and families suffering from food insensitivity in Canada and across the globe. Taylor kicked off 2022, with her anthemic single,“On My Own”, a deeply emotional prose, touching on life's hardships and challenges. Her latest summer single, “Sha La La” tosses back a shooter of summer fun and laughter - dancing and laid back vibes. Taylor presents a picture complete with memories, chances to create new ones, chances to sing-a-long, and chances to fall in love with a brand new track from a country powerhouse in the making. With commanding vocals, and ability to resonate, Taylor is an ode to a young Shania, or Trisha Yearwood. Following on the sonic footprints of Underwood and Ballernini, Taylor is bootstompin’ into the hearts of country fans everywhere. Taylor was truly born with a talent that draws you in and holds you captive till every last grit, grime, and perfectly pitched crescendo has been placed on your lap. You’ll find yourself at the end of a track, rapidly trying to start it all over again. With a career and brand built on authenticity, honesty and resilience, Bree’s creative ambitions have no limitations. No matter what life throws at her, Bree is and always will be a fighter and will remain truly unapologetically Bree!
Art type: Live Music
Music type: Original Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Home base: Mississauga
Appeals most (but not limited) to: 18-34 Males and Females
Top Venues Performed/Exhibited *
The Horseshoe Tavern - Toronto
The Rec Room - Mississauga
Memorial Park Port Credit Mississauga
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In Calgary from September 8th-11th, 2022 for CCMA week
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