Taylor Swift is an American pop singer-songwriter and actress. Swift was born on December 13, 1989, the sole daughter of Andrea Gardner. She had been born and raised in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. Her maternal grandmother, Majorie Finlay, was an opera singer.
When she was in fourth grade, she won a national poetry competition with a three-page poem entitled”Monster In My Closet”. Afterward, she composed her first song, “Lucky You”. She started writing songs frequently and used it as an outlet to help her with her pain from not fitting in at college.
When she was 12, she committed a whole summer to compose a 350-page novel, which remains unpublished. Following Swift return to Pennsylvania, she had been asked to sing in the U.S. Open tennis competition, where her rendition of the national anthem received much attention.
Swift began writing songs and singing 12-string guitar. Swift started to regularly visit Nashville and compose songs with songwriters. From the time she was 14, her family decided to change into an abysmal Nashville suburb.
Her first important show was a well-received performance in the Bloomsburg Fair. Her self-titled debut album was afterwards published on October 24, 2006. The 39,000 copies of the album sold during its first week. Her debut album spent eight consecutive weeks at the peak of the Country Albums charts.
Taylor Swift was chosen for a 2008 Grammy Award in the class of Best New Artist, in 2008. In October 2008, Swift performed with best selling stone gang Def Leppard in a taped show in Nashville, Tennessee, and their alliance was up for the two Performance of the Year and Wide Open Country Video of the Year at the CMT Music Awards 2009.
She had been the first actress in the history of Nielsen SoundScan to have two unique records in the Top 10 on the year end album chart. I’ve become the best supporter of her today, after listen her album”Speak now” and particularly when I see the Taylor swift in rocking fashion on the stage and the red carpet with her signature red chops and eyes completely lined in black.