Nominated for Mississauga's
BEST NEW ARTIST 2019
Maria Luisa Sivitilli
Amira De Vera
Facts about bree
She created and hosts her podcast "Unapologetically Bree" about dating, relationships and positive living 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.
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.
Canadian singer-songwriter and recently nominated "Best New Artist" for the Mississauga Music Awards, BREE TAYLOR is a force to be reckoned with. Her highly anticipated single release "Cry" hit all streaming platforms on January 31st and has fans feeling some type of way with this emotional ballad. "I connected with this song because it sends the message that it's okay to not be okay sometimes. That showing your vulnerabilities isn't a weakness - it's a strength. Breaking down and crying sometimes is healthy and it is a human reaction that is normal."
Her recent single “Drive” the music video, filmed in California, gained over 70k views in only a few weeks of its release and got massive fan engagement. This summer 2019 she shined at Rock the Coliseum performing at the outdoor Mississauga Music festival along with her debut at the legendary Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto to benefit Ovarian Cancer aside several other performances across the GTA.
Bree continues to make her mark in the Canadian music scene with her transition from pop to country music. Her heart was firmly rooted in country music despite her recent success of her first EP “Unbreakable”, recorded in Los Angeles followed by a 12-city Canada wide summer tour promoting the record. Combining the sounds of pop and country was perfect for this singer songwriter who is also an engaging storyteller, “I feel like right now, the right place for me and my music is in country.”
Her music career began at the age of six – performing in local choirs, and although she does not come from a musical family, she knew at an early age that performing was the career path she was meant for. Bree has trained with the legendary vocal coach to the stars, Bob Garrett in Los Angeles as well as Lorraine Lawson in Toronto, well known as a vocal coach for CTV’s “The Launch”.
Her first hit-single & video, “Broken Dreams” made its debut in September 2016, launching her songwriting and performing career. Bree’s pop-inspired sound immediately broke ground in both the US & Canadian while simultaneously establishing her global online presence with a growing fan base.
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!