Claire Anne Taylor, ‘the possessor of a huge, powerful voice,’ crafts soulful folk songs that are alternatively lush and intimately earthy. – Rhythms Magazine.
Born in a barn built by her parents in Tasmania's ancient Tarkine rainforest, Taylor’s music is reflective of her wild and remote upbringing. Her latest album 'All The Words' was recorded in a wooden cabin in Tasmania's Huon Valley, by esteemed producer Chris Townend (Portishead, Silverchair, Tim Finn, Ngaiire). The record is a soulful masterpiece with Rhythms Magazine saying 'rarely has such a warm soul been captured on record’.
In 2019 she won the National Live Music Award for ‘The Best Live Voice in Tasmania’ which is testament to the sheer magnitude and depth of her voice and how much emotion she pours into each live performance.
‘Taylor's voice is the stuff of musical legend’ – Canberra City News.