Taylor Swift’s Albums Represent Life Chapters

Taylor Swift has started work on her next album. Like the rest of her catalog, the new album will ultimately represent the next chapter in her life. Fearless, her follow up to her self-titled debut album, was all about finding herself. “Fearless represents the breakthrough and all the discovery of, ‘Wow. There’s a big, wide world [...] Read More

Taylor Swift Lets Her Lyrics Do the Talking

Taylor Swift knows that with super stardom comes tabloids and paparazzi documenting vacations, shopping trips and of course, her love life. She insists that if fans really want to know what’s going on with her, they should listen to her music. Her latest album, Red, chronicles her last couple of years. “I think that this [...] Read More

Taylor Swift Sells 20 Million Albums

Taylor Swift has now sold more than 20 million albums worldwide. She was awarded with a plaque commemorating the milestone during a special event backstage at London’s O2 Arena, just before she performed for a sold-out crowd. The 20 million-plus is the combined total of full album sales around the world of her albums Taylor [...] Read More

Taylor Swift Missing from Grammy List

At the beginning of 2010, Taylor Swift walked away with four Grammy Awards, including the Album of the Year honor for Fearless. But when the 53rd annual Grammy nominees were unveiled Wednesday night, Taylor’s name was nowhere to be found among the 109 categories. Stunning? A little, though not entirely. For starters, the eligibility period runs Sept. 1, 2009 through Sept. 30, 2010. Her new album, Speak Now, didn’t come out until late October, so that project is ineligible. “Fearless” and “Mine” were both released as singles, and she had a couple of titles on the Valentine’s Day soundtrack, and any of those could have potentially found a space on the Grammy list. But they didn’t. Read More

Taylor Swift Goes Live To Announce New Music

After her first two albums sold more than 10 million copies combined, Taylor Swift’s next release is a subject of intense interest, and she’ll give fans a chance to find out about it — direct from the source — in a live webcast on Tuesday. Taylor plans to take questions at 5 p.m. ET during a chat that can be accessed through her website, her MySpace page and her Facebook page. It can also be witnessed at Ustream.tv/taylorswift. Read More