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Taylor To Perform At We Can Survive Benefit Concert
It has been announced that Taylor will be performing at “We Can Survive Benefit Concert” on Friday, October 24th! Tickets will go on sale on Friday, September 26th at 10 am. You can read the article below for more information!
Are you guys ready for We Can Survive at the Hollywood Bowl?
You should be, because this year’s lineup is insane!
Taylor attended the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas tonight and looked absolutely stunning. She took the stage to perform a number of her greatest hits, along with her latest single “Shake It Off.” We have added high quality photos to the gallery, and some videos from the event below, so be sure to check them out!
Yesterday, Taylor had an over the phone interview with a Swedish radio station. She talked about Max Martin, and working with other Swedish writers and producers. Make sure to listen to the interview below!
taylorswift interview with Sweedish Radio Station (Taylor comes in at 1:30)
The fourth “Shake It Off” outtake video has been released. In this one, Taylor tries to fit in with the group of animators, but she fails miserably. It’s hilarious, so be sure to watch the video below!
Rolling Stone Magazine has published a new article about Taylor’s upcoming album “1989“. It features additional details about the record and what we can expect, which made us even more excited about the album. You can read the full article below.
Taylor Swift’s fifth LP, 1989, was influenced by some of the 24-year-old star’s beloved acts from the Eighties, from Phil Collins to Annie Lennox to Madonna. This time, she set out to make “blatant pop music,” she tells us in our new cover story. Here’s five more things she told us to expect on her studio record, out October 27th:
1. A New York state of mind
The leadoff track on 1989 tries to capture the excitement of someone who just moved to New York, as Swift did earlier this year. “I was so intimidated by this city for so long,” she says. “It’s so big, with so many people. I thought I would never be able to make it here, because I wasn’t something enough — bold enough, brave enough to take on this huge city in all of its blaring honesty. And then at a certain point I just thought, ‘I’m ready.’”
2. Lots of Max Martin
The Swedish pop giant, with help from his protege Shellback, produced almost half the songs on 1989, and is also, along with Swift, the executive producer of the album as a whole. Swift has worked with him before, on 2012′s Red, but he plays a much bigger role this time around. “I used to talk about Max Martin like he was this sorcerer who lived in a castle on a hill,” says Swift. “And then one time Scott [Borchetta, the head of her label] said to me, ‘You know…you can work with him if you want to.’ I was like, What?!”