About Taylor Grey
Singer/songwriter Taylor Grey is an ebullient performer with a sound that touches upon lyrical, acoustic balladry and electronic-tinged pop anthems. A native of Northern California, Taylor became interested in singing at a young age and received classical opera and musical theater training while growing up. Around age 12, she also began writing her own lyrics and eventually taught herself piano and guitar. Original songs soon followed, initially inspired by the classic sound of '70s bands like the Eagles and later, by more modern artists like Ed Sheeran, Colbie Caillat, and Sara Bareilles. After high school, she enrolled at Stanford University where she split her time between taking psychology classes and pursuing her solo music career. Taylor made her recorded debut in 2016 with the EPs Mind of Mine I and II, both produced by former Tournament of Hearts bandmates Benjamin Taylor and Bryan Morton. She was then invited to join singer Jacob Whitesides on his "Lovesick" tour, after which she also supported the Summer Set for their "Made for You" tour. In 2017, Taylor delivered her full-length debut album, SPACE CASE, featuring production from Josh Abraham (Kelly Clarkson, P!nk, Shakira) and Dave Kuncio (Selena Gomez, Dierks Bentley, Alicia Keys). Included on the album was the single "Never Woulda Letcha."