Singing has been Taft Mashburn’s musical outlet for most of his life.  Raised in the church-going South, Taft picked up singing in choir and in services at a young age.  Paired with piano lessons and a wandering imagination, Taft had all the necessary tools to embark on writing songs and compositions at 18 years old.  With musical stints in New York City, Woodstock, Vermont, and California, he has amassed a palette of experiences with which to write his velvet musical reflections.  Opting for looseness and impressionism, Taft’s songs emerge from dreams, traveling, and observation, all laced together through an emotionally resonant falsetto.