Taylor Swift

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  • Childhood

    Childhood
    Born on December 13, 1989 in Wyomissing
  • Musical career

    Musical career
    He signed with the independent record company Big Machine Records and became the youngest artist hired by Sony / ATV Music Publishing House. In 2006 he released his self-titled debut album Taylor Swift, which established it as a star in country music.
  • Second single

    Second single
    His second single, "Teardrops on My Guitar", was released on February 24, 2007. He reached his top position in the summer of 2007, reaching second place in the country charts and thirty-three on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • First single

    First single
    He sang "Tim McGraw" at the ACM (Academy of Country Music) awards before the singer, in whose honor he had titled his first single.
  • Christmas EP

    Christmas EP
    Taylor also recorded a Christmas EP called Sounds of the Season, which went on sale on October 16, 2007, which was available exclusively at Target Corporation and had the success of its debut album. She was nominated in 2008 for a Grammy in the category of Best Revelation Singer, but Amy Winehouse won the prize.
  • Third single

    Third single
    On November 7, 2007, he released the third single "Our Song", which reached the number one spot in the week of December 22, 2007, where it rose from the sixth box. "Our Song" was six weeks at the top of the country charts, even reaching the sixteenth position of the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Fourth and fifth single

    Fourth and fifth single
    His fourth single, "Picture to Burn," was released in early 2008 and ranked third on the Billboard Country Chart in the spring of the same year. Big Machine Records announced on March 19 the release of "Should've Said No," the fifth and final single from the Taylor Swift album.
  • SECOND ALBUM AND NOMINATION IN THE GRAMMY

    SECOND ALBUM AND NOMINATION IN THE GRAMMY
    He received a nomination for best new artist at the 2008 Grammy Awards.
    He released his second album, Fearless, in 2008. The album was made successful by the simple "Love Story" and "You Belong with Me." Fearless was the best selling album of 2009 in the United States. The album won four Grammy awards. Swift also became the youngest singer to be a Grammy winner of the album of the year.
  • First tour

    First tour
    In January 2009, he announced his first tour, during which he visited 52 cities in 38 provinces and states, in the United States and Canada. The opening acts included Kellie Pickler and Gloriana, a new country music group. The show was divided into three acts that included a theatrical presentation of specific graphics, ensembles and visual elements by the singer, who played the guitar and piano. The tour began on April 23 in Evansville, Indiana.
  • Presentation at the Staples Center in Los Angeles

    Presentation at the Staples Center in Los Angeles
    On February 6, 2009, tickets for the free presentation on May 22 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles sold out in just two minutes.50 Tickets were also quickly sold for other shows, including the Madison presentation Square Garden
  • First television appearance

    First television appearance
    His first television presentation was in an episode of the CBS series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on March 5, 2009, which had an audience of almost 21 million viewers
  • Video Game Appearance

    Video Game Appearance
    In 2009 she participated in the videogame Band Hero (PS3, Xbox 360, NDS), in which she appears recreated in 3D and it is possible to play and sing three songs from her repertoire: "Picture to Burn", "Love Story" and "You Belong with Me ».
  • World tour and first visit to Spain

    World tour and first visit to Spain
    On September 7, 2010 the first dates of the tour were confirmed, which would begin in February 2011 in Osaka, Japan. The tour consisted of a total of 111 concerts in 18 countries around the world, and ended in 2012. In Spain, he performed on March 19, 2011, in the Sports Palace of the Community of Madrid, being his first Visit to Spain.
  • THIRD ALBUM

    THIRD ALBUM
    In 2010 he recorded his third album, Speak Now, which sold a million copies in its first week in the United States. Then he undertook his Speak Now World Tour, which included many dates and which attended more than 1.6 million followers. The first singles, "Mine" and "Back to December" had a great reception on the music charts, while the third single from the album, "Mean", won two Grammys.
  • Fourth Album

    Fourth Album
    In 2012 he released his fourth album, Red, which sold 1.2 million copies in its first week in the United States. The first single, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," became the first Swift song that reached the number 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 list, while the third single, "I Knew You Were Trouble," reaped an even greater success internationally.
  • FIFTH ALBUM

    FIFTH ALBUM
    His fifth album, 1989, much more focused on pop than the previous ones, was released in October 2014 and sold more copies in its first week than any other album published in the last twelve years, with 1,280,000, this made Swift the first and only artist who has three albums with sales that exceed one million copies in a week. The promotional tour of the 1989 World Tour album has raised $ 250 million on four continents, becoming one of the tours with the most tickets sold in 2015.
  • sixth album

    sixth album
    In August 2017, after several months of absence, Taylor Swift presented the video of Look What You Made Me Do, the first single from his new album Reputation, which broke several records such as being the most watched video clip on YouTube in the first 24 hours with more than 43 million views and it went on sale on November 10, 2017. The album sold 1.2 million copies in its first week in the US.
  • seventh album

    seventh album
    Swift released "Me!" on April 26, 2019, as the main single of his seventh studio album, Lover. The song has the collaboration of Panic's vocalist! at the Disco Brendon Urie and was co-written by Swift with Joel Little and Urie.
  • Miss Americana

    Miss Americana
    In November 2019, Swift said that Braun and Big Machine founder Scott Borchetta prevented him from performing his oldest songs in the 2019 American Music Awards, where he was going to receive the Artist of the Decade award, as well as using old material for the documentary of Netflix Taylor Swift: Miss American Big Machine denied the accusations in general terms in a statement and accused Swift of owing "millions of dollars and multiple assets" to the label.
  • Last Christmas single and participation in Bombalurina

    Last Christmas single and participation in Bombalurina
    In December, he released a Christmas single, "Christmas Tree Farm" and participated as Bombalurina in the film adaptation of the musical Cats by Lloyd Webber. Critics reviewed the film negatively and pointed out Swift's brief role; David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter stated that Swift "shines in his role as a song, descending from a broken skylight on a theatrical crescent moon, spraying catnip."