Sonic has traded its two guys for three girls who happen to be triplets as well as musicians for the new Sonic Commercials with Taylor Red
Who Is Tayor Red?
Meet the Sonic Commercials’ Taylor Red. Christian country trio Taylor Red is made up of identical triplet sisters Nika, Natalie, and Nicole Taylor. Their sound is best described as Young, Fun, and Country. The girls, who are also seen on the new Sonic Drive-In commercials, are singers, songwriters, composers, and multi-instrumentalists who play guitar, banjo, fiddle, and mandolin. The girls have just released a new single “What They Seem” from their upcoming album.
Taylor Red musical Influence
The music for their upcoming releases sounds a lot like 90’s country, as well as two of their biggest influences, Shania Twain and The Dixie Chicks.
Taylor Red has performed over 1000 live shows across America and internationally in countries such as Norway and Canada. Amy Grant, Charlie Daniels, Diamond Rio, Don Williams, High Valley, Josh Turner, Michael W. Smith, Neil McCoy, and Ray Stevens are some of the artists the three girls have opened for throughout their career.
In 2013, the triplet’s were presenters at the Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. The next year, Taylor Red’s album Triplicity, which released in January 2014, was nominated for Country Album of the Year at the 45th annual GMA Dove Awards in Nashville.
About the nomination, Natalie Taylor told GulfLive, it was “an honor to be in the same category with people who we’ve been listening to for most of our lives. We don’t even know if we should be listed in the same category as them, but we’re so thankful.”
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New Sonic Commercials with Taylor Red
Along with their growing musical acclaim, the three red heads are also featured in the new 2020 National Sonic Drive-In Commercials. With new music and new shows, 2020 is setting up to be a very exciting year for Taylor Red!
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