Swift’s switch to pop didn’t just have an affect on her sound—more electronics, less banjo—it also tweaked her songwriting style.
Taylor Swift is at the height of the news cycle with her latest album 1989. Music aside, turns out she is also a topic of conversation within the political race.
Vance Joy is the lucky opening act.
Three new TV shows have been pulled
The rocker performed a medley of tunes from his pair of new albums, ARTOFFICIALAGE and PLECTRUMELECTRUM, which came out last September, showing off new material while exhibiting the form and stage presence that made him a star from the start.
Taylor Swift Says She Was ‘Never Taught the Definition of Feminism’ as a Little Girl, Wishes She Had Been
Taylor Swift used to shy away from the “F-word,” but throughout her recent crop of interviews she’s declared herself a feminist and now is explaining where this change of heart came from.
Someone has brought them together for a mashup of Bey’s “XO” and Tay’s “Out of the Woods” and made everyone’s dream come true. Let’s just hope it doesn’t break the internet.
“If you follow the directions in the song, chances are things will work out.”
Taylor Swift thinks her cat might be possessed by a demon, and she’s got the sounds to prove it.
Most loved by Democrats? The Beatles. George Strait on the opposite end of the spectrum.