Country Singer/Songwriter






Elora Taylor is a country music singer/songwriter from outside Toronto ON. 

She grew up in competitive figure skating and at the age of sixteen she was told she was no longer able to continue in the sport due to an injury. She spent a week or so laying on the couch, devastated, which is when she turned to songwriting. She put all her focus into singing and writing songs. She formed the all girl rock band, “Tallulah Darling”. They played many of the major venues in Toronto, festivals and showcased for Sony Records in New York City. They eventually went their separate ways and Elora began focusing back on her solo career and her love for country music. She has written hundreds of songs and has received recognition from: Billboard World Song writing contest, CosmoGirl Magazine and the Expose Yourself song writing contest. 

Her songs “Him and Her” and “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop” have been played on national, internet and college radio. Her song “Metal Heart” was placed in the FX show “The League”. She recorded her EP “Thunder and Lightning” in Nashville and he EP "Silver Into Gold” was released in 2018. She released her single “My Broken Heart” in February of this year in honour of her late mother.

Her new single “What I’d Do” was recorded at her home studio during quarantine and is about all the things you would do for someone which seems fitting of the times we are in. “What I’d Do” is available now on all platforms!


Won band of the month on London FM96 for November 2011
Won band of the month on Hamilton Y108 for July 2012

Won the Emerging Artists Showdown on Country 103.1FM       (Kamloops, BC)  2012

​Skope Magazine Up and Comer 2012

Nominated for Sunset Island Music Video of the year 2011
Nominated for Radio Nations Country Artist of the Year 2012

Honorable mentions:
Billboard World Song writing contest
CosmoGirl Magazine
Expose Yourself song writing contest
Song of the Year contest
Songwriter's Universe Song of the Month