Country singer/songwriter, guitarist and performer, Abigail Taylor, shows us that the best of country comes from the heart. Often being referred to as an "old soul" with a young spirit, Abigail's unique voice and style of songwriting brings back the traditional old country sound with a modern-day twist.
At the young age of 8, Abigail's father, one of the biggest influences on her career, taught her how to play guitar. Her drive has led her to travel all over Texas doing what she loves most, playing country music for country music fans. Her dedication and hard work is paying off quickly and her passion for country music can be felt through the lyrics of her songs.
In 2016, when Abby was 14 years old, she released her first single "Daddy's Little Girl" produced by Lyndon Hughes of Stormy Cooper Media. Her first single is a tribute to the dedication and hard work her father instilled in her at such an early age. One year later, she stepped into the studio again at Stormy Cooper Media to record her second single “This Ain’t the First Time” an upbeat but yet sad love song which was released in November 2017.
Abigail, at her young age, was nominated as Vocalist of the Year, Artist of the Year, and Entertainer of the Year in the young adult category at the Josie Music Awards in Nashville, TN for the past three years. She received the honor of playing on the Red Carpet at the awards show, an honor that few were bestowed. Abigail continued to wow her fans and the music industry. The Texas Country Music Awards held at the WIll Rogers Auditorium in October 2018, netted her the Young Adult Artist of the Year. She has been a featured artist in the Texas music magazine "Bridge the Beats” and was described as an "up and comer" to keep an eye on in the country music scene. Abigail was also a featured artist in the Brenham Banner Press Music Spotlight series in 2018.
In her spare time, you can find Abigail writing songs, picking the guitar and spending time with family and friends. Currently working on recording her third single, the future is bright for this Texas music singer. Her passion and devotion to country music will lead her career and will keep her fans wanting more.