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Taylor Henderson Australian Tour

Friday 13 February 2015

Taylor Henderson Australian Tour

 

Off the back of a landmark year in 2014, Australian household favourite Taylor Henderson will make his way around the country this April on a 13-date tour in Pentrith - SydneyWollongongChippindale - SydneyRevesby - SydneyAdelaideWhyallaPort PirieRenmarkMount GambierWarrnamboolGeelongMooroopna and Melbourne.

He first won Australian audiences over on Australia’s Got Talent performing as a duo with his father in 2010, before becoming one of the country’s most familiar faces as a finalist on The X-Factor in 2013. After two extensive headline tours around the country in 2014, and supporting pop-superstars MKTO on their maiden Australian shows, Taylor Henderson brings his musical blend of pop, folk and country back on the road for the first time in 2015.  

Taylor Henderson’s gold-certified sophomore release Burnt Letters debuted at #1 on the ARIA charts, with lead single “When You Were Mine” following suit and attaining platinum certification. Years of refining his talent for songwriting clearly paid off, Taylor having had a hand in writing 9 of the 12 tracks on the album – proving that not only is he more than capable singer, he is an all-rounded gifted musician.  

2014 saw Taylor Henderson hit #1 on the ARIA charts twice in 2014; once for his platinum-selling self-titled debut album Taylor Henderson and again for the ARIA Nominated 2 x Platinum selling single “Borrow My Heart”.  

"I just want to be honest with music. Sometimes I think I say stupid things or I get awkward on stage, but when I start playing my music I just want people to think to themselves, 'Oh yeah, that's why I'm here, to experience this'. It's not about how many t-shirts I can sell - none of that matters. It's solely about my musical expression and whether people can identify with what I'm singing about."  

Taylor Henderson is embarking on a 13-date tour this April through New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria.

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