Cole Taylor was born in Cuthbert, Georgia, on July 21, 1991. He was raised in this small town in the heart of the Georgia pines, and grew up listening to artists such as George Strait, Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, and Conway Twitty. Eventually, taught himself songs from listening to the Country radio. He attends school at Valdosta State University in Georgia studying business and marketing. At the age of twelve, Cole started singing in churches and small festivals in surrounding counties. At sixteen, Cole opened up for legendary artist, Percy Sledge. He has also shared the stage with Shenandoah, Sammy Kershaw, and Brantley Gilbert. Cole is a singer songwriter who writes about his life in a small country town. He’s country inside and out. His dynamic, good-ole-boy sound is pure and captures the attention of all who hear him.
This young entertainer loves playing for a crowd, whether it’s near a campfire or in a stadium full of people. "The stage is a comfort zone for Cole," The Sumter News reported the morning after watching Cole perform, "If you love good country music, you must listen to this individual." Cole is entertaining, explosive, and "make you come
back for more" kind of artist. His energy and enthusiasm are contagious.