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Joybeth Taylor

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Twenty-years-old and hailing from Pelham, Alabama, Taylor’s country roots run deep, and fans will soon know the real her. She first hit the stage at the tender age of four and began devouring Patsy Cline’s iconic catalog shortly thereafter, inspired by the songs themselves and Cline’s ability to express the most powerful of emotions. Diving into the craft, she began writing her own tunes as a way to work through a difficult, at times turbulent childhood, and developed a taste for modern-day country poets like Lori McKenna, Chris Stapleton and Travis Meadows. “It got me to where I wasn’t going insane with all these thoughts,” she explains. “It gave me a way to put everything I was going through on paper, and just get it out.”
 
Arriving in Nashville in 2016, Taylor put her passion to work and quickly established herself as a gifted tunesmith. She spent the ensuing years immersed in Music City’s co-writing scene, honing a razor-sharp knack for that same expressive quality she so admired in Cline. And now, she’s ready to deliver the results.
 
Produced by hit maker Jamie O’Neal (“There Is No Arizona,” “When I Think About Angels”), Taylor’s debut single is “It Just Takes One,” a vivid can’t-help-myself anthem dedicated to her own broken heart – and to the guy who could mend it with a single, careless text. Featuring Taylor’s sugar-sweet Southern vocal and a propulsive, radio-ready groove, Taylor admits she wrote it because she was stuck in an old flame’s orbit for years. But once again, the music set her free.

 

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