Taylor Henderson is an Australian singer and songwriter. Originating from Ceres, Victoria, Henderson rose to fame after placing third on the fourth series of Australia's Got Talent in 2010. Three years later, he became the runner-up on the fifth season of The X Factor Australia and subsequently received a recording contract with Sony Music Australia. In November 2013, Henderson released his self-titled debut album, which debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association. Additionally, the album included his number-one debut single "Borrow My Heart". The following year, Henderson released his second studio album Burnt Letters, which became his second number-one album and yielded the top-five hit "When You Were Mine"
Aside from singing, Henderson also plays guitar and writes his own songs. He believes that "playing an instrument leads to better songwriting, because you can experiment different melodies and keys. Henderson played the guitar in most of the songs on his second album Burnt Letters (2014). Henderson cites Matt Corby, Michael Jackson, John Mayer, James Morrison, Jason Mraz, Ed Sheeran and Justin Timberlake as his musical influences. Of Sheeran, Henderson stated: "He has a real connection with the words he sings, and there's a real art to his storytelling." Henderson also cites his father Cameron as an influence because he taught him how to play the guitar.
Inverloch Sounds of Summer Festival will attract a broad audience of visitors and residents alike. Together they will enjoy the ‘sounds’ of local & national musicians and the ‘tastes’ of festival fare and local wine.This event will showcase the natural beauty, creative talents and unique character of the Bass Coast and broader Gippsland region. The festival has been thoughtfully curated to attract families and to enjoy cultural delights at our door step.