Local Sessions : Taylor Rene

Local Sessions : Taylor Rene

Taylor Bothwell, one of the best up and coming young songwriters coming up out of the fertile music training ground of Memphis, Tennessee is honing her craft and sharing her own brand of pop/country/folk music with rest of the country.
Taylor Bothwell, one of the best up and coming young songwriters coming up out of the fertile music training ground of Memphis, Tennessee is honing her craft and sharing her own brand of pop/country/folk music with rest of the country. Influenced by Shania Twain, Miranda Lambert, Adele, Pink and whole host of other country, pop, and even a few alternative artists, Taylor has made a name for herself in Memphis and beyond.

Writing songs since the age of 10 and performing since the age of 13, Taylor is a veteran of the Memphis Songwriters Association and the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI). Bart Herbison, the Executive Director of NSAI has introduced her as “the hardest working young songwriter since Shania Twain.”

Performing original music as well as a catalog of country and pop cover tunes, Taylor has graced numerous stages around the Memphis Music scene including the Hard Rock Café, the Delta Fair and Music Festival, the River Arts Festival, local news shows, the International Folk Alliance Conference, restaurants, private parties and plenty of local fairs and music festivals. In Nashville she has performed at the Bluebird Café, the Nashville Palace, and the Commodore Grill and works on further developing her songwriting skills working with hit songwriters. Regionally she has performed at venues in Dallas, Austin, Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta, Washington DC, and Florida.

Taylor also performs as a duo with Andrew Cabigao, another Memphis songwriter as Sunburnt Moon. In June of 2013 they release a CD entitled Every Word I Never Said.

In September 2013 Taylor signed with MVP3 Entertainment and is looking forward to expanding her carreer recording a solo CD and music videos.
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