Singer-songwriter Taylor Loren was recently featured in American Songwriter magazine for her new song Broken. Additionally, she was selected for Nashville Songwriter's Association International's Play for Publisher's Luncheon and currently is "One to Watch." She loves the opportunity to play her original songs live whenever she gets the chance. That's why right after hurricane Irma swept through Florida, she rushed over to perform alongside other talented Nashville songwriters at the Island Hopper Songwriter Fest in Captiva, Florida. "They called me and said the show must go on, so I wasn't about to let them down even though I'd just been through the storm myself." And what a show it was! There were so many other talented artists there. "It is so inspiring to play with other songwriters and share our craft with audiences that genuinely care about our music." And sharing her music is what Loren cares about first and foremost. Loren was invited to Play for Publishers at the Bluebird Cafe. She's also played at The Country and Nashville Palace in Nashville. She can also be seen about in her hometown playing with her band at some of the local hot spots.

As a third-generation native Floridian, Loren loves her Southern roots and likes to write about them in her music. In her Southern melodious twang, she sings about everything from making her "Mama's Mistakes" to her affinity and passion for the 60s in her song "Time Traveler." And often, she likes to use her parents as a form of artistic inspiration as she did in her heart touching ballad "Hemingway." With lots of newly penned songs, Loren is contemplating recording another single or EP. "I'm starting to think about getting back into the studio. My next recording will really define me as an artist. So, I want to take my time on this one."