NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Rising singer/songwriter Dani Taylor releases her playful, free-spirited single “Table For One Drinking For Two” and the official music video, which premiered on Wide Open Country today. In addition, the video will be added to CMT.com on February 12. “Table For One Drinking For Two” underpins the importance of embracing one’s own company. Dani collaborated with Will Rambeaux and Sherrie Austin to create this anthem of independence.
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“If you’re looking for songs to add to your Anti-Valentine’s Day playlist or just looking for an anthem for your next socially-distanced girl’s night, look no further than Dani Taylor’s ‘Table For One Drinking For Two,’ an ode to independence and embracing a ‘single again attitude.'”
– Bobbie Sawyer, Wide Open Country
Dani shed light on what inspired the “Table For One Drinking For Two” music video, “I got this idea of showing people through outfit changes and the passage of time how fun it is to be single. I liked the idea of being alone at a table and singing the lyrics to the camera, making them come alive. The whole premise of the song is to be at a table for one so the music video was to show how fun it is to be by yourself. A lot of people are scared to be alone and I wanted the music video to show that being alone can be fun instead of scary or sad.”
Dani has been featured alongside Dolly Parton, Dan + Shay and Carrie Underwood in Billboard’s First Country and has accumulated over 300,000 streams on Spotify alone in five months with the release of her first three singles – “Girl Most Likely,” Man Of Few Words” and “Does It Snow In Nashville.” The upcoming artist has also received high praise from Parade and American Songwriter among others.
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ABOUT DANI TAYLOR
Dani Taylor, a rising singer/songwriter based in Nashville, is known for her sweet, soaring vocals and sassy lyrics. Dani’s sound is a blend of upbeat, catchy melodies supported by playful stylistic elements like banjo, guitar and mandolin. Having performed acoustic sets at writers’ rounds across Nashville’s scene, Dani released her “adorable and spunky (American Songwriter)” debut single, “Girl Most Likely,” on August 28, 2020. American Songwriter selected Dani as a Daily Discovery artist, noting a comparison to Taylor Swift, while CMT debuted the official music video for the song. Following her debut single, Dani released her “wonderfully-starry eyed country love song (Cowboys & Indians),” “Man of Few Words,” on October 9, 2020. “Man of Few Words” has already amassed over 244,000 streams on Spotify alone. Most recently, Dani released her “toe-tapping twirler (Billboard),” holiday-themed single, “Does It Snow In Nashville”. Following the release, Dani received high praise from Billboard, Wide Open Country and Parade. Born and raised in Arizona, Dani moved to Nashville to pursue music in 2018. As a kid, she performed in choir and did musical theatre, but it was only after graduating from high school that she rediscovered her love and talent for music. After working with a vocal coach, Dani had a creative breakthrough after she began listening to country music and covering songs by Patsy Cline, which gained traction on Facebook. Inspired by the more challenging moments in life, from bad experiences to breakups, Dani finds that making music helps her turn those negatives into positives. She started songwriting daily after a romantic breakup. The upcoming country-pop star says: “I want to be happy, and I want other people to be happy, even at their lowest. I want girls, the misunderstood, the underdogs, and anyone having a bad day or breakup to listen to my music and feel more empowered. I want people to go to my music to make them feel better. Through my music, I want to spread positivity and a healthier outlook on life and the future, for myself and for anyone who’s listening.” Dani’s newest single, “Table For One Drinking For Two,” is available everywhere now.