Florida born and Carolina raised, Christina Taylor draws her influences from unapologetically raw artists like Miranda Lambert and Eric Church, who inspired her to first put pen to paper.
Named an "artist to watch" by AXS, The Country Source, CMT and the UK's British CMA's & Your Life In A Song, Christina’s passionate live performances and deep repertoire of self penned songs quickly earned industry notice. In 2019 she and two-time Juno-winner Brett Kissel scored a global hit with “As Good As You Look,” a song she co-wrote with Kelley Lovelace and Brent Anderson. Her current catalog of songs has over 6.5 Millions streams to date.
Her current release "Damn Boy" is on fire right now with over 1.5 Millionstreams and adding over 15K streams daily on all platforms. The video for "Damn Boy" is being played on over 27 platforms including internationally on Australian MTV.
Christina began her professional career at 18, making twice-monthly drives on her own from her home in North Carolina to Nashville, where she’d bunk with friends while immersing herself in writing and recording sessions. “It’s six hours each way,” she said of the road-trips, which she endured for two-and-a-half years, before becoming a full-time Nashville resident. Her determination soon paid off. Within a year of moving to Tennessee she was co-writing with greats on Music Row. Her debut EP, That Girl, soon followed.
While her intimate shows at The Listening Room, The Bluebird Cafe and Analog at The Hutton are a staple on the Nashville scene, she plays huge venues as well, opening for artists such as Pitbull and Tim McGraw at Twin Cities Summer Jam. Recently, Christina shared the stage with Chris Lane, Walker Hayes and Cassadee Pope at shows in North & South Carolina. She has also been part of bills starring Keith Urban, Rascal Flatts, LoCash, Scottie McCreery and other headliners.
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