Drew Taylor is a Canadian Country singer/songwriter from Kitchener, Ontario who has been spending a considerable amount of time south of the boarder, in Nashville, finding out who he is, as an artist, and submersing himself in songwriting with a group of writers who draw ideas and inspiration for him.
Taylor states, “It’s been a long process for me understanding and learning who I actually wanted to be as an Artist, when I was young I wanted to sound like Brantley Gilbert. Then, when I turned 24, I wanted to sound like Cody Johnston, at 26 I wanted to be Luke Combs. Then it all came crashing down and hit me. I don’t want to be anyone else but “me”.”
His current single to radio and music sites, “YoYo”, shows Taylor as the artist he is. It’s an up-beat, catchy tune about the ups and downs of a relationship. This is one of five songs on his self-titled EP.
In our interview, we talk about all this and more.
Hello everyone! My name is Linda and I have been a fan of Canadian Music for as long as I can remember. That counts for way too many decades than I want to admit to! I have three primary passions in my life, music, photography and writing. When I can combine them all, I feel I am right where I should be. Though I can appreciate all genres of music, my particular favourite is Country. Canadian Country is moving in leaps and bounds. I love how it is progressing and I’m thankful that I can be a small part of it.