Taylor was born and raised in Nashville, TN. She started singing before she could make complete sentences. Taylor has been singing in public since the age of 4 beginning at her church in Nashville.
The first time Taylor sang the National Anthem was before a basketball game when she was in 4th grade, the same year she won 1st place in the K-12 talent show. View Article
Throughout elementary, middle, & high school, Taylor would often sing the National Anthem before taking the basketball or volleyball court to join her teammates. She’s sung for the Nashville Sounds, Lipscomb University, Rutherford Relay for Life, the Tennessee State Legislature, the Wilson County Reagan Day Dinner, MTEMC, and 9/11 Remembrance Ceremonies for the Murfreesboro Fire, Police, Rescue, First Responders and the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department.
Taylor performs at various places around Nashville, some including the world-famous Bluebird Café, headlining at Tootsie’s (Nashville and Panama City Beach), Honky Tonk Central, Rippy's, Kid Rock's, etc....
Taylor’s talent and support for Veterans (coincidently she was born on Veteran’s Day, November 11th) attracted the attention of Nashville talk show host Ralph Bristol (now also the President of Triple-A Entertainment) in 2013, at the age of 17, when she performed at his Armed Forces Day celebration at the American Legion Club in Donelson.