Tay Humphrey | Change Your Mind

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Change Your Mind

by Tay Humphrey

"Change Your Mind" was a song written specifically for The Fallen Brothers Foundation. This organization raises suicide awareness in schools and focuses on bullying. The song was written by Tay Humphrey & Rick Tiger. Produced by Charlie Kelley.
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Taylor Eric Humphrey was born in Murray, Utah and raised in Salt Lake City area. A former Bull Rider, and Welder by trade who moved to Nashville, TN in late 2007 to pursue his dream as a singer/songwriter.

Since moving to Nashville, Taylor AKA "Tay Humphrey" has been featured in Country Weekly's "Listen Up" Section featuring up and coming country artist to look for, he has also shared the stage with Today's Top Young Country acts such as Luke Bryan, Jerrod Niemann, Chris Young and more.

Tay is currently wrapping up completion on his first official EP produced by Grammy Nominated Producer, Songwriter, & Guitarist Charlie Kelley. The album is planned to be released sometime in 2013.

Tay recalls as a young boy his Grandma listening to Dan Seals “Everything That Glitters (Is Not Gold)” and being captivated by the first verse. From then on he knew he wanted to sing country music. He sang everywhere and to anybody who would listen.


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Crystal Roach

great song
Great song Tay!! :) most def worth the money!

Rick Tiger

Just sayin
I know I'm a co-writer on this song but Tay's interpretation is spot on! I sincerely hope it serves the purpose for which it was written. Suicide is a terrible thing that doesn't get much attention. Hopefully this will help change that even if in only a small way.