Meet Taylor O’Connor from Grafton, MA
Taylor’s time in Nashville has served her well. Her artistry has been fed, water and nurtured. The results are evident in this New Englander’s new original offering, “See You Around.” Her vocals are rich, soulful and strong, and her emotions effectively delivered.
The subject is one most of us who have loved and lost can relate to. You can’t escape the image of the person who you held so close, even though they are not in the picture anymore. It’s a well-crafted piece of art from this singer/songwriter, who got her start in musical theater.
The former Berklee College of Music student seems to be making all the right moves, and not just the one to Nashville. More ears need to be listening to this talented artist.
Tune In To Taylor
“See You Around”
- From: Grafton Massachusetts
- Grew up in: Grafton Massachusetts
- Now lives in: Nashville Tennessee
- Current single: “See You Around
- What is your song about: its about seeing someone even when they aren’t there
- What lead you to music: started in musical theatre
- How old when you started: 9
- First country song you learned: You Were Mine by The Chicks
- Instruments played: Guitar and Piano
- How would you describe your sound: a little bit of Adele, Kelsea Ballerini, Amy Winehouse and Kacey Musgraves
- Who inspires you: Kelsea Ballerini, Justin Bieber, Dolly Parton, Adele
- Dream duet partner: Luke Combs
- All- time favorite country song: : Islands in the Stream
- First country concert: Tim Mcgraw
- What songs do you like now on Country 1025: Drunk (And I Dont Wanna Go Home)
- If you weren’t a musician, what would you be doing: something in the beauty industry
- Day Job: Family Assistant
- Most proud moment: Reaching 5,000 on my first original song
- Crazy thing that happened in your music career: Moving across the country
- Other things you like to do: Take my dog on adventures, watch reality tv with my friends, try new breweries
- Fun facts:I am obsessed with real housewives. I am left handed but play guitar right. My favorite movie is School of Rock
- Mantra: When words fail, music speaks
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