Rising singer-songwriter Nolan Taylor is celebrating his first-ever headline tour with “Bubbly,” his distinctive rendition of the classic Colbie Caillat pop hit, available now via Atlantic Records here. An official performance video, filmed during the hugely successful run, premieres today here.
Taylor’s CINCINNATI HEART TOUR wraps up this weekend with eagerly awaited shows at Milwaukee, WI’s Summerfest (June 28) and Omaha, NE’s Reverb Lounge (June 29). Taylor will continue on the road with an array of festival appearances and dates around the globe with The Revivalists, Benjamin Tod & Lost Dog Street Band, and The Red Clay Strays, joining the latter for shows in the U.K., Ireland, and Nashville, TN’s sold-out Ryman Auditorium (September 5). For complete details and ticket information, please visit www.nolantaylormusic.com.


28 | Milwaukee, WI – Summerfest †
29 | Omaha, NE – Reverb Lounge
13 | Lewisburg, WV – Healing Appalachia †
20 | Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex #
21 | Redmond, OR – FairWell Festival †
24 | Airway Heights, WA – Spokane Live #
25 | Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom #
26 | Seattle, WA – The Showbox #
27 | Rexford, MT – Abayance Bay Marina #
3 | Hamilton, OH – David Shaw’s Big River Get Down @ RiversEdge Amphitheater *
18 | Dublin, IE – The Academy #
20 | Glasgow, U.K. – Oran Mor #
21 | Manchester, U.K. – O2 Ritz Manchester #
23 | London, U.K. – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire #
5 | Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium # (SOLD OUT)
20 | Nashville, TN – The Basement East (AMERICANAFEST Showcase)
5 | Salt Lake City, UT – RedWest Fest 2024 †
18 | Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre ^
8 | Lawrence, KS – Liberty Hall ^
† Festival Appearance
* Supporting The Revivalists
# Supporting The Red Clay Strays
^ Supporting Benjamin Tod & Lost Dog Street Band

“Bubbly” follows last month’s release of Taylor’s most intimate collection of recordings thus far, Live From The Living Room, available now via Atlantic Records here. The four-song EP includes new live renditions of such fan favorites as “68,” “Double Life,” and “Wicked Ways,” along with the brand-new “If You Would've Told Me,” all joined by performance videos streaming now at the official Nolan Taylor YouTube channel here.
In addition, Taylor’s new “Driving You Home” will be among the highlights on Atlantic Records’ upcoming Twisters: The Album, the star-studded musical companion to the new big-screen thrill ride, Twisters, from Universal Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, and Amblin Entertainment. Twisters: The Album arrives in stores and at all online retailers on Friday, July 19 in conjunction with the theatrical release of the film. Pre-orders are available now here.

Live From The Living Room marks the latest in a series of heartfelt releases from Taylor, including the stirring “In The Other Room,” alongside the official music video (watch here). Taylor also recently shared a raw acoustic rendition of the track (listen here) as well as an official live performance video streaming here. The Ohio-native’s recent releases include fan-favorites such as his cover of Logan Halstead’s “Bluefoot,” singles like “Cincinnati Heart,” “Double Life,” and “Wicked Ways,” as well as the EPs, radiowv, and  Life & Love. An array of live acoustic renditions, lyric videos, and more can be seen at Taylor’s official YouTube channel here.






The backroads of America tell its truest stories.  The heartbreak and heartbeat of the country thumps the loudest in the cracks between its big cities. A 2021 census in Blanchester, OH registers the village’s population at around 4,230 people. Nolan Taylor isn’t quite sure of the exact number, but he knows it’s small from growing up in this place with his dad and older brother. His father managed plants and factories, yet money was scarce and the winters were brutal. Mom battled addiction and mental struggles, eventually estranging her from the boys. As a kid, Taylor found solace in music, discovering The Grateful Dead through his dad while developing an appreciation for Pinegrove. Throughout junior high, he studied classic MTV Unplugged concerts by the likes of Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam, and Nirvana. When Taylor could finally afford a left–handed guitar, he began to write and record music of his own, grafting hard-earned wisdom, heart-wrenching memories, and hypnotic melodies to rustic and ruddy acoustic phrasing. After graduating high school, he hit the road, playing anywhere and everywhere around West Virginia, Virginia, and Kentucky. In 2023, a live performance of “68“ filmed in the backwoods of West Virginia lit up the influential radiowv channel, now boasting over 4.8 MILLION views. Taylor soon signed with Atlantic Records and began a new journey that has seen a steady stream of new releases, his debut performance at Nashville’s iconic Grand Ole Opry, and shows alongside such artists as The Red Clay Strays, Charley Crockett, 49 Winchester, Morgan Wade, and Charles Wesley Godwin.