Currently the world’s top-selling digital artist, Taylor Swift’s career started as a young singer/songwriter who began taking vocal lessons at the age of 9. She spent her early years on an 11-acre Christmas tree farm with her parents in West Reading, Pennsylvania. She moved to Nashville when she was 14. Her first gig was in an audition for Sony/ATV’s industry showcase. She started writing songs at age nine with her mother and grandmother. By the time she was fifteen, she was signed to Big Machine Records. She later decided to focus on country music. She is the only female artist to have six studio albums that have sold more than 500,000 copies in their first week of release.
Her first single, “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”, won the Best Collaboration award at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. In addition, her album Lover earned several nominations, including three VMAs and a Grammy Award for Best Country Album. The album also became the first by a female to have all of its songs peak on the Billboard Hot 100 in the same week. The album debuted at number one in both the US and UK.
She was named Billboard’s “Woman of the Year” in 2011. She also won the award for Best Female Pop/Rock Artist at the 61st Grammy Awards in 2019. Her song “Beautiful Ghosts” earned her another Golden Globe nomination. She has also contributed two original songs to the soundtrack of the film The Hunger Games.
She has made large-scale charitable contributions to tornado victims in Tennessee and Louisiana. She has also publicly called out President Trump for stoking white supremacy. She is set to release her fourth studio album, RED, in November 2021. She has also released a documentary about her “Fearless Tour” that was aired on television.
She has appeared on shows such as Good Morning America, ABC News Nightline, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The View, and The Tonight Show. She also appeared in the musical Cats. She was also named the youngest BMI songwriter of the year. She was also named Billboard’s “Female Artist of the Year” in 2009.
After a successful career as a singer/songwriter, Taylor Swift decided to move to Nashville and focus on country music. She has been named Billboard’s “Artist of the Decade” and received several awards for her album in 2009. She has also been awarded Entertainer of the Year for the Country Music Association. She is currently slated to perform at the Nashville CMA Awards, the Sydney ARIA Awards, and the MTV Europe Music Awards in Frankfurt.
Taylor Swift is set to release her fourth studio album, “RED,” on November 19, 2021. It is her first album to be re-recorded and will feature new songs and songs she has never released before. It will also feature a documentary about the making of the album. This album is a departure from the pop-influenced work of her previous albums.
Taylor Swift is currently one of the most awarded singer/songwriters of all time, with a total of eleven Grammy awards and a number of other awards and nominations. She has also been named Billboard’s “Woman Of The Year” and “Female Artist Of The Year” three times.