Dynamic vocalist with hits "Tell It To My Heart,” "Love Will Lead You Back," and "Prove Your Love.”
Friday, Apr 11 - 8pm & 10pm
8pm GA $45 adv, $49 door
8pm VIP Meet & Greet $65 (sold out!)
10pm GA $40 adv, $45 door
10pm VIP Meet & Greet $60
Taylor Dayne stands out as one of music's most dynamic artists of all time. Her unique vocal style has earned her numerous best-selling gold and platinum albums, which produced seventeen Top 20 singles, among them number 1 hits such as "Tell It To My Heart,” "Love Will Lead You Back," and "Prove Your Love.”
During the course of her career, Taylor has sold more than 75 million albums and singles worldwide, garnered three GRAMMY nominations, and appeared in many film, television, and Broadway stage roles including Elton John's, Aida. Taylor is also considered an exceptional songwriter; having co-penned Tina Turner’s hit "Whatever You Want."
In 2008, Taylor released her latest album, Satisfied, collaborating with major platinum selling writers Mike Mangini (Baha Men, Digable Planets, O-Town, Bruce Hornsby), Peter Wade (Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Natasha Bedingfield), as well as New Radicals’ Gregg Alexander and Rick Nowels (Stevie Nicks, Madonna, Nelly Furtado, Santana). Satisfied enjoyed great success in the USA, immediately positioning its single "Beautiful" at Billboard's #1 slot.
In 2009, Taylor contributed songs to the hit film Sex And The City 2, to be followed up in 2010 by delivering a breathtaking spectacular in Cologne, Germany where she performed “Facing A Miracle,” the official anthem of the Gay Games VIII, during an opening ceremony that ended in a five-minute standing ovation.
A favorite with the fans, Rolling Stone Magazine readers voted Taylor Dayne as the number one choice to replace Paula Abdul on American Idol.
In 2011, Taylor released her latest single, "Floor on Fire,” which garnered her 18th top ten Billboard hit. "Floor on Fire" currently sits at #8 on the Billboard Dance Charts. Taylor also won an HMMA award for "Change The World," which was featured on the trailer for the Academy Award nominated film, The Help. Taylor wrapped up 2011 with a national and international tour throughout the US and Australia.