TURN IT UP and Bree Taylor did just that at the 4th Annual Music Expo 2020.
Back in May of 2018, I met this positive hard-working young pop star at The Rockpile in Toronto, upon her 12 date cross Canada tour, this was the closest to her stomping’ grounds that she got on this adventure, she sure rocked my socks off. I knew I had to remain connected as she had something special, she was going places.
She crossed over into the Country realm and it fits her vocal abilities like honey to a bee. Engaging the eager audience with her strong sound truly coming from her heart. Her songs simply timeless and her energy is infectious.
She wears her heart on her sleeve and writes songs based on her real-life experiences, is a proud supporter of all causes with emphasis on anxiety, depression, and anti-bulling, which gravitates with many including myself.
She makes a difference with her soothing tunes, in the lives of many who suffer these ailments and her timing and release of her brand new hit at radio and streaming sources, reiterates a warm and reassuring message for us all, that it’s ok not to be ok and if we need to, we can ‘Cry.’
The release of this brand new single has been a smash sensation with her ever-growing audiences around the world. She perfected her set complete with her 1st single to Country with Turn It Up, 2nd country released tune Drive and surprised us with an unreleased song she penned On My Own and closing her stage with newly aired ‘Cry’ This is just the beginning for our internationally acclaimed singer, songwriter, recording artist, actor, Youtube star, and graphic designer Bree Taylor. Bree will be performing several live shows across Ontario including The Social Pub (295 George St N, Peterborough, ON K9J 3H3) on February 21st, 2020; the Cowbell Brewing Co. (40035 Blyth Rd, Blyth, ON N0M 1H0) on February 28th, 2020; and at Free Times Café (320 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1S3) on March 28th, 2020. Stay in tune at https://www.breetaylor.com