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TNT are her initials for a very good reason, because Tiffany Nicole Taylor is dynamite! This beautiful, vibrant, talented up-and-coming country artist was born in Oklahoma City and raised in McKinney Texas. Her father is a musician, so Tiffany was influenced by his love for music at a very young age. She was a musical prodigy, starting formal vocal training at just five years old. Even at such a young age, she received standing ovations when performing on stage. Now at just 18 years old, Tiffany has a rich and diverse set of musical experiences, which includes performing at Carnegie Hall at the age of twelve.
Tiffany is currently working on her debut CD project to be released in the summer of 2015. This album is being co-produced by Grammy award winning producer and musician Brad Davis, along with her coaches and mentors, Shawnda Rains and Charlie Shearer of Shawnda Rains Productions. It is a spirited blend of fresh, relevant artistry while staying rooted in tradition. The album includes a variety of feisty up tempo numbers as well as tender ballads. “I love country music,” she says, “I love the feel and the stories behind the songs.”
For the last several years Tiffany has been working with Shawnda Rains Studios in Denison, TX to hone her craft and find her unique country style. She can be seen on the road performing the opry circuit in Texas and Oklahoma, at fairs, festivals, stage shows, and private engagements. She has entertained at Six Flags over Texas, McSwain Theatre in OK, Arlington Music Hall, and the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame in Carthage, TX just to name a few of the highlights.
Tiffany recently opened up for Sammy Kershaw, Joe Diffie and others at the Ballistic Music Festival in Deep Ellum, TX. This concert was a major part of the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards weekend in Dallas, leading up to the nationally televised award show. This was a fantastic performance by Tiffany Nicole Taylor, a soon to be household name in country music, because this time dynamite comes in a tall beautiful package.