Vocalist and songwriter Taylor John Williams was created in Eugene, Oregon on June 6, 1991. Constantly attracted to music and performing, he was prompted by one of is own educators to sing at his high-school graduation wedding ceremony in ’09 2009, and he under no circumstances looked back again, developing an attractive folk-rock style. Pursuing his graduation from Sheldon SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, he released a debut EP, Proverbial Elephant, that same yr (2009). He went to Portland State College or university for a while, but lowered out to spend himself to music. Williams was operating at a Portland pub and gigging like a road performer when he auditioned for the seventh time of year of NBC’s The Tone of voice in 2014. Finding yourself on Gwen Stefani’s group, he didn’t make it to the finals, but his good tone of voice and quirky preparations of covers, especially his edition of Lorde’s “Royals,” gained him a lot of fresh fans, placing him up quite effectively for a continuing career like a performer.