Taylor Swift Biography

Taylor Swift


Famous as :

Country music singer

Birth Name :

Taylor Alison Swift

Birth Date :

December 13, 1989

Birth Place :

Reading, Pennsylvania, US

Claim to fame :

Single "Tim McGraw" (2006)


by AceShowbiz.com

Your Life" and Boys Like Girls' "Two Is Better Than One" among others. Her success was further recognized by Country Music Association which named her one of the only six women to be named Entertainer of the Year. She was also the youngest ever artist to win the Academy of Country Music's Album of the Year honor. 2010 Grammy Awards saw the peak of her "Fearless" success when she won four out of eight nominations.

The third studio album "Speak Now" was released in October 2010 with more adult materials. All twelve songs came from her talented mind and sole effort. "Mine" was released as the first single, followed by five further singles throughout 2010 and 2011. "Speak Now" was a major commercial success, debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart with the sale of 1,047,000 copies in the first week. The album led to equally successful tour in 2011 and early 2012. Bigger than the last one, the Speak Now tour featured numerous and various artists from B.o.B to Tim McGraw on some dates. The tour eventually grossed over $123 million. Swift earned another Grammy in 2012 when her song "Mean" won Best Country Song and ...

Best Country Solo Performance. She contributed two original songs to "The Hunger Games" soundtrack album in March 2012, "Safe & Sound" and "Eyes Open".

Swift did not waste a lot of time to record a fourth studio album, titled simply "Red". Like its predecessors, "Red" boasts songs which are self-written by Swift. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" was released as the first single, leading question to whom she was referring to in the song. Swift, by then, has developed the image that she wrote songs based on her personal experiences. Joe Jonas who briefly dated her in 2008 denied that it was about him. Swift had also dated Taylor Lautner, Mayer, Jake Gyllenhaal in the past before going steady with Conor Kennedy.

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