|Taylor Swift - Biography|
|Taylor Swift - Biography|
At the age of 10 she takes the stage at every karaoke contest, festival and fairs with her hometown, she also start writing songs at this age.
When she was 11, she took a trip to Music City and dropped off her homemade demo tape at every label in town. When she learned to play guitar at the age of 12and with the help of the computer repairman who show and teach her the three chords.
After knowing how to play guitar, Taylor Swift wrote her first song “ Lucky You” and she can’t stop writing songs even what she’s doing she can’t help it, she kept thinking about music.
Her family decided to move to an outlying Nashville suburb, when the family recognized the talent of Taylor Swift at the young age. She started to write songs with local songwriter.
After moving in her new town at the Bluebird Café Scott Borchetta a music industry veteran saw a young girl on the stage with the innate ability to entertain and true gift for writing great songs At the age of 14 she signed as a professional songwriter at the Sony/ATV Tree Publishing House, she’s the youngest staff songwriter ever hired Taylor Swift is a teenager who signed her first record deal before she could drive.
Taylor Swift musical influence is Shania Twain and other influences like LeAnn Rimes, Dolly Parton, Tina Turner and her grandmother Her grandmother was a professional opera singer. When Taylor Swift was 17 she became the youngest person to single-handedly write and sing #1 country hit entirely on her own. In 2006 Taylor Swift released her debut single “Tim McGraw” as the number 6 on Billboard Magazines hot country song chart At 2008-2010 Taylor Swift latest album is “Fearless” released in the United States on November 11, 2008.
Fearless is all about two things, fearless isn’t about having fears, its not that you’re not afraid of anything, being fearless is having a lot of fears. Fearless album spent more weeks at #1 on Billboards. On September 12,2008 she release the lead single from the album “ Love Story “ a version of Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet play that is anything but tragedy. Then the second single from Fearless “ White Horse “ released on December 8,2008, “ Hey Stephen “ is also included on the album that Taylor Swift proves that she’s truly fearless by singing about a secret crush, but did not remain a secret after the album was release. The boy in the song is really existing and the name is really Stephen, she always have fun for putting on her album that is personal and she’s not afraid on it. The “Forever and Always “was based on her relationship with the singer Joe Jonas.
Taylor Swift reached her dream at the young age; she won may award that any other young artists. She’s been Billboard’s Top Country Artist and Hot Country Songwriter of 2008 and also Country Music’s best selling artist of 2008. In 2009 MTV Video Awards she win the award for Best Female Video for “You Belong With Me “the very controversy award, because during her acceptance speech Kanye West was taking the microphone from Taylor Swift saying that Beyonce is the one deserving to win that award, but after that Beyonce won the award for Best Video of the Year for “Single Ladies “she called up Taylor Swift on the stage to finish her acceptance speech. In 2010 Taylor Swift won the “People’s Choice Award “for favorite female artist.
At the 52nd Grammy Awards Taylor Swift won Best Female Country Vocal Performance, Best Country Album for “ Fearless “, Best Country Song for “ White Horse “ and Album of the year. In February Taylor Swift was awarded “Most Digital Song Certification- Female Solo Artist” by RIAA for 25 songs achieving gold or multi- platinum status. Taylor Swift was the year’s big winner at the American Music Awards. Even now, Taylor Swift still makes it a priority to put the guitar, pen and paper. Her music was inspired by boys and love, she write songs on what she feel and the relationship side of things, she’s very realistic on what she’s writing. For her each song she write and sing is a chance to make a connection, to reach out, hug, laugh or cry with a listener.