COUNTRY MUSIC ARTIST, PAYTON TAYLOR, RETURNS TO HER HOMETOWN OF WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY TO RELEASE HER SECOND CD
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SEWELL, NJ – Last summer, PAYTON TAYLOR toured and performed through the tri-state area as part of her “Hometown Tour” to sold-out crowds and packed venues. The Washington Township, NJ native made the move to Nashville, TN in January, 2013 to better pursue her career as a country music artist. Since then, she has been named by NBC affiliate, WSMV-TV in Nashville as one of the top-3 emerging female artists in country music. She was also a featured emerging artist in both 2013 and 2014 at the Country Music Association Festival/Fan Fair in Nashville. During her Hometown Tour last year, Taylor said, “It just wouldn’t feel like summer without performing at some of my favorite venues… I grew up here and discovered my passion for music here.” This summer, Taylor is scheduled to perform numerous dates in the area again as part of her second Hometown Tour, but the 17-year-old singer/songwriter has also chosen to make the first concert of the tour be the official release date for her second CD project, entitled “Proud”.
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25th, Taylor will perform once again at the JAMES A. YATES AMPHITHEATER at WASHINGTON LAKE PARK in SEWELL, NJ to kick-off her Hometown Tour. The concert will begin at 7:00pm, and fans in attendance will be the first to be able to purchase her new CD. “Every song on this project was written while I lived here or was inspired by something here,” Taylor says, “nothing seems more fitting than to make this be the place where it debuts.” Taylor released her first CD, entitled “Shine” in 2011 while still a resident here. “I’ve put a lot of road between this and the last project… I’ve grown so much as an artist, a musician, and as a person in the three years it took to create this album, and I couldn’t feel more blessed to have had the opportunity to work with such amazing people.” The first single from the CD, a song called “Small Town Paradise” was released to radio last fall. “I wrote ‘Small Town Paradise’ in part as a tribute to the small town way of life I group up in here in Washington Township: high School football games, church on Sundays, tailgate parties, and neighbors who feel like family.”
Other performances in the South Jersey area include GREENWOOD PARK – BELLS LAKE on SATURDAY, JUNE 28; CAMP NO WORRIES in MEDFORD, NJ on MONDAY, JUNE 30th; and three performances in WILDWOOD, NJ on JULY 3rd, 4th, & 5th. Taylor returns on JULY 24th to perform at the DELAWARE COUNTY SUMMER FESTIVAL in MEDIA, PA; the GLOUCESTER COUNTY 4H FAIR in MULLICA, HILL, NJ on JULY 25th; and at the LOU BOOTH AMPHITHEATER in NORTH WILDWOOD, NJ on SATURDAY, JULY 26. For more information about any of these concerts, visit Taylor’s web site: WWW.PAYTONTAYLOR.COM
For more information, contact Joe Caliva at 856-305-0973 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos available.