"Kryptonite" nominated for
Song of the Year with the Mississauga Music Awards
Nominated for 2021 MARTY Award for
Solo Vocalist of the Year
Nominated for 2019 Mississauga Music Award "Best New Artist" & 2020 for Video of the Year "Drive"
Maria Luisa Sivitilli
Facts about bree
Bree is a singer-songwriter with a hearing disability. She has worn hearing aids since she was 16 years old.
She created and hosts her podcast "Unapologetically Bree" interviewinng guests about living their authentic live's and discussing their unapologetic journey's which has become increasingly popular and another way for her to interact and engage with her fans.
Bree represents and lives by example of being unapologetically yourself and being authentic. There is only one YOU in this world so why try to be anyone else?
As a girl with curves who has never been the typical "skinny" girl the media typically portrays, Bree owns her body and connects with the average girl living in society who would classify as in between skinny and plus sized. She prioritizes fitness and health in a healthy way while managing realistic expectations and embraces encouraging and loving the female body - flaws and all.
Bree prides herself on being accessible and relatable to her fans. She loves engaging with them online, opening up to them about what she is going through etc and giving back to them for their constant support in her career.
She is also very open about her own struggle and history with depression and anxiety and is a huge advocate for mental health awareness along with other philanthropic causes.
Bree Taylor is a force to be reckoned with. The singer/songwriter and chart topping country artist from Canada has been churning out country tracks for the better part of three years. She’s known for granting an all access pass to fans on her contagiously upbeat music that listen like pages of her personal diary.
Since a young age, Bree has been harnessing her impressive vocals in choirs, on stages and in recording studios. The up and comer has worked with the likes of vocal coach to the stars, Bob Garrett (Los Angeles), and Lorraine Lawson (Toronto), notable for her work on CTV’s “The Launch”. Bree has also had to overcome incredible challenges throughout her music career, mainly her hearing disability. She has battled hearing loss since childhood and despite this, she has not let it hold her back from going after her dreams and has made a career for herself as a country singer who is the epitome of resilience.
Taylor began penning her own tunes when she was a teen, and found early success with her pop debut EP “Unbreakable". Shortly after, she switched gears and fashioned herself inside the country genre – and her fans came with her. Bree has had 3 songs chart on the Canadian Indie Country Charts (over 25,000 listeners on over 50 stations worldwide). Her first single “Cry”, gained an impressive 75 000+ organic streams online and hit #2 on the Canadian Indie Charts (#46 of the Top 50 Indie songs of 2020) and her single, “Burning Bridges” soared to #1 in October 2020 (and was #17 of the Top 50 in Indie Songs of 2020). Her last smash hit "Kryptonite" gave her her second #1 hit on the charts with nominations for “Song of the Year” with the Mississauga Music Awards 2021, a nomination for “Emerging Solo Vocalist” with the MARTY’s in 2021 and “Best Country Video of the Year” with Dropout Entertainment 2021. Bree has also received nominations for “Drive - Video of the Year” and “Best New Artist” in 2019 with the Mississauga Music Awards.
Inside the melodic lines of Bree’s body of work, is the insatiable talent of Taylor’s delivery on lyric. Her full-bodied vocals will toss a memory to a young Trisha Yearwood, an Ashley McBride on the rocks, and a Carrie Underwood candor that worms itself into your ear and taunts you to try to turn away. Bree has a gift beyond singing and songwriting – she’s born with the talent that draws you in and holds you captive till every last grit and grime, every last husky note, every last perfectly pitched crescendo has been placed on your lap. You’ll find yourself at the end of a track, rapidly trying to start it all over again.
Bree kicks off 2022 with her empowering new single “On My Own”, an anthem that reminds us all that through all of life’s hardships, we are stronger than we know and we don’t need another person to complete us.
With a career and brand built on authenticity, honesty and resilience, Bree’s creative ambitions have no limitations. No matter what life throws at her, Bree is and always will be a fighter and she will keep writing songs, keep singing and will remain truly unapologetically Bree!