NASHVILLE, Tenn. – “Adorable and spunky (American Songwriter)” songstress Dani Taylor releases her debut, self-titled EP today. Produced by GRAMMY-nominee Brad Hill (Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne) and Dave Thomson (Lady A, Trisha Yearwood), the three-song project ranges from the moody ballad of “Midnight Cowgirl,” to the sassy, uptempo “Kiss Me If You Can.” Dani co-wrote all of the tracks with Sherrie Austin, who has landed 5 singles on the Billboard Hot Country chart, and Will Rambeaux, whose No. 1 hits include Faith Hill’s “Wild Ones,” Reba’s “How Was I To Know” and John Michael Montgomery’s “Hold On To Me.”

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American Songwriter premiered a first listen to the “Nashville country backbeat with an irresistibly clever hook” “Kiss Me If You Can” on their Daily Discovery series, while The Tennessee Star debuted a first listen to the “sassy song, reminiscent of a young Taylor Swift” “You Can Thank Me Later.”  

“The inspiration for this EP was the closing of my first chapter here in Nashville. I have learned so much having been here for three years. I’ve learned a lot about myself as well. This EP was a part of the recording project with the first three singles I released. It showcased everything I have learned and gone through when I first came here, and it hints at where my journey is going next,” shared Dani. 

This release follows the Arizona native’s latest radio single “Table For One Drinking For Two,” which recently ranked in the Top 60 on Billboard’s Indicator chart. The “ode to independence (Wide Open Country)” marked Dani’s fourth single release after her “playful and coy (American Songwriter) debut single” “Girl Most Likely,” sophomore single “Man of Few Words,” a “wonderfully starry-eyed country love song (Cowboys & Indians)” and first Christmas song “Does It Snow in Nashville” that landed in Billboard’s First Country alongside tracks from Dolly Parton and Carrie Underwood. Dani has also accumulated over 1 million streams on Spotify alone in the past eight months and received placement on Spotify’s Wild Country, New Boots, Breakout Country and Next From Nashville playlists among others.

1. Midnight Cowgirl
2. You Can Thank Me Later
3. Kiss Me If You Can


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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 followed by her “toe-tapping twirler (Billboard),” holiday-themed single, “Does It Snow In Nashville.” Most recently, Dani released her single girls’ “ode to independence” (Wide Open Country) anthem, “Table For One Drinking For Two,” which landed on Spotify’s Wild Country, New Boots, Breakout Country and Next From Nashville playlists among others. 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 debut, self-titled EP is available everywhere now.