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  1989 World Tour: St. Louis, Missouri (Night 2)
 

Taylor performed the second of two sold out shows at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri last night! She brought out Nelly as a surprise guest to perform “The Fix” and they were also joined by Haim to perform “Hot In Herre“. For the surprise B stage song, Taylor chose “Fifteen“. Check out the photos from the show in the gallery and make sure to watch videos below!


Hot In Herre I
Hot In Herre II


  1989 World Tour: St. Louis, Missouri (Night 1)
 

Taylor performed the first of two sold out nights at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri last night! For the surprise B stage song of the night, she chose “You Belong With Me“. Check out the photos from the show in the gallery, watch the videos and read reviews from the show below!

Review: Taylor Swift struts confidently at first of two Scottrade shows


  1989 World Tour: Nashville, Tennessee (Night 2)
 

Taylor played a second sold out show at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee! She brought out two special guests, the first one being Leona Lewis, who Taylor sang “Bleeding Love” with. The second special guest of the night was Mick Jagger from The Rolling Stones, who sang “Satisfaction“. For the surprise B stage song of the night, Taylor chose “Fifteen“. Check out photos from the show in the gallery and make sure to watch videos from the show below!


  1989 World Tour: Nashville, Tennessee (Night 1)
 

Taylor performed the first of two sold out shows at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee tonight! She brought out three special guests throughout the night, the first one being Kelsea Ballerini with who she performed “Love Me Like You Mean It“. The second guest of the night was Steven Tyler from Aerosmith with who she performed “Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing“. The last special guest was Alison Krauss, who Taylor brought out for a duet of Alison’s classic song “When You Say Nothing At All“. For the B stage surprise song, Taylor chose “You Belong With Me“. Check out photos from the show in the gallery, watch the videos and read reviews from the show below!


Taylor Swift captivates at Bridgestone


  Taylor Scores Fifth “1989” Top 10 On Billboard’s Pop Songs Chart
 

Taylor Swift, “Wildest Dreams”

The fifth radio single from 1989 slips from its No. 12 Hot 100 high to No. 13 (Swift’s favorite number). But on the Pop Songs radio airplay chart, it races 14-10, becoming the fifth top 10 from the set on the tally, with the first four all hitting No. 1: “Shake It Off” (two weeks), “Blank Space” (six), “Style” (three) and “Bad Blood,” featuring Kendrick Lamar (five).

If “Dreams” hits No. 1 on Pop Songs, 1989 would become just the second album to yield at least five leaders on the list: Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream generated a record six in 2010-12. (Justin Timberlake’s FutureSex/LoveSounds, in 2006-07, and Lady Gaga’s The Fame, in 2009, also landed four No. 1s apiece.)

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  Taylor Makes Fortune’s 40 Under 40 List
 

Taylor has been featured on Fortune Magazine’s 40 Under 40 list! She comes in at #6 on the list for her record breaking album sales and her letter to Apple earlier this year. Read more about this honor below!

6. Taylor Swift, 25
Entertainer, –

The country crooner turned pop mega-star was the single highest-earning musician last year, but that’s not what earned her the respect and attention of the business world. It was her surprising and effective public stance against free music. First she stood up to Spotify, pulling her entire catalog and penning a Wall Street Journal op-ed that “music should not be free.” This year, she moved on to a bigger force: Apple. Just as the company was offering a trial period for its much-touted new Apple Music platform, Swift wrote a blog post pressuring it to rethink its artist pay model. (Apple had refused to pay artists during the service’s first three months.) It worked. Apple relented, making Swift the poster child for all artists hoping to reclaim their rights—and their revenue—in a digital world. Now that’s major influence she can’t shake off.

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  Q Awards Nomination
 

Taylor has been nominated for a Q Award for Best Solo Artist! She is nominated against Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Kanye West, and Noel Gallagher. You can vote for Taylor here. The Q Awards will take place on October 19th in London, England


  1989 World Tour: Kansas City, Missouri (Night 2)
 

Taylor performed a second sold out night at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri last night! For the surprise B stage song of the night, Taylor chose “Fifteen“. Make sure to check out photos from the show in the gallery as well watch videos and read reviews from the show below!


Taylor Swift at the Sprint Center day two: Coronation of a superstar


  “Wildest Dreams” Earns #4 On Sales Chart
 

Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” rises to #4 on the Digital Songs chart. Its cumulative US total is nearly 700K.

While Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” dips to #13 on this week’s all-encompassing Billboard Hot 100, it rises to a new peak on the Digital Songs subchart.

Thanks to US sales of 84,444 during the September 11-17 tracking week, “Wildest Dreams” earns #4 on this week’s Digital Songs chat. Only Justin Bieber’s “What Do You Mean?,” The Weeknd’s “The Hills,” and Drake’s “Hotline Bling” sold better during the official tracking period.

With those 84,444 paid US downloads added to its tally, “Wildest Dreams” boasted a cumulative sales total of 697,969 when the aforementioned 9/11-17 tracking week concluded.

Already certified gold, “Wildest Dreams” is the fifth single from Swift’s “1989.”

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