Tai Shan is a Seattle-based pop-folk singer, composer and songwriter. Her catchy, layered melodies echo John Mayer and Jack Johnson while her soprano soars somewhere between Joni Mitchell, Alanis Morrisette, and Adele. Tai has has performed on NPR and at nearly every major venue in Seattle, including Benaroya Hall, the Moore Theater, the Tractor, Bumbershoot, and Seattle Comicon.CultureMob raves, Tai Shan sings as if the world was unaware of beauty, and it is her task to describe it. A Cornish College of the Arts- trained classical and jazz composer, Tai is known for her incredible versatility, in both music and subject matter. Though she has plenty of her own life stories to draw fromincluding singing for the Pope, watching all of her belongings ignite in a house fire, playing a music tour through Yellowstone National Park, and teaching music at Seattles Museum of Pop Culture (Mo-Pop), Dusty Strings, and Seattle Girls SchoolTai prefers to mine literature. Shes penned over 50 songs, in collaboration with Bushwick Book Club, that give musical voice to literary characters and immerse the audience in the story, the same way a novel does. Her last album, Living Fiction, featured the catchy ode to individuality, Cool to Be Weird, which was chosen as the anthem for the Girl Scouts of Americas Power Up Program. In 2016, Tai was awarded a Jack Straw Cultural Center artist recording grant to complete her third album, Meet in the Middle, focusing on female narratives.