Christina Taylor first understood the power of music when she saw the shocked and disturbed look on her Dads face as he walked in on her listening to her Aunt’s cd, "Beautiful People,” by Marilyn Manson at the tender age of four.
After that, it was Shania Twain and Destiny’s Child in the mini-van on the way to soccer practice and dance class. Listening to Pink made this blonde-haired, brown-eyed girl next door realize that it was ok to be different and quirky. But it was the lyrically rich call of country music in her early teens that set Christina’s heart on fire and put her on the yellow brick road to Nashville.
Singers like Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert and especially Eric Church helped her understand that it is artists who are the most raw and unapologetically real that most inspire her, and first led her to pick up a guitar and put pen to paper.
Part of the wave of new female country artists including Casey Musgraves and Maren Morris, she recently moved from Charlotte, North Carolina to Tennessee, writing songs like “That Girl” the title track to her brand new EP.
Christina was recently selected as a CMT Discovery Artist and her video for "Don't Look Good In Your T-Shirt Anymore“ is on the active video playlist there. Her new single "American Dreamin'", "Don't Look Good.." and "That Girl" can be heard on Radio Disney Country currently, as well as multiple Spotify Playlists, including New Boots. Christina was also named as an 2018 artist to watch by AXS.com, thecountrysource.com , countrymusicmin.com, countrymusicpride.com, yourlifeinasong.com, celebsecretscountry.com, womenofcountrymusic.com, cowboysindians.com and ventsmagazine.com, as well as many others. If you want to catch her live, Christina is currently performing regularly at the famous Sutler Saloon in Nashville scoring a coveted residency there.
"Don't Look Good In Your T-Shirt Anymore" was a top 60 song on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart and the "That Girl" EP has over 850,000 streams and counting.
These days around Nashville from the studio to the stage, anyone who witnesses this dynamic, powerhouse of a singer is sure to be stopped in their tracks and certain to never forget her . . .