Is Nashville ready for the new Taylor Swift? She has not gone underground and emerged a femme fatale with tattoos lining her neck, but she is ready to begin her 20s and she is confident enough to crash parties and preconceptions with equal vigor. Taylor Swift tickets for the 2013 dates for the Red Tour are going to see if the audience is ready for the new girl who has emerged a young woman.
The woman cannot be contained within a single music genre, as she proudly proclaims in Red. Swift does not abandon her country roots, but she mixes the soundscape she created in her debut album, the follow up Fearless, and the first album of her 20s, Speak Now. As each album title has grown bolder, so has her sound. The shift from “Our Song” to “You Belong to Me” to “Mine” is quite evident and the fans are happy to grow up along with the singer-songwriter, as they have been doing since she arrived as a 17-year-old star in the making.
The star was made quite quickly, as her six Grammy Awards, 10 American Music Awards, and six Academy of Country Music Awards affirm. She was deemed Entertainer of the Year earlier this year and has an album of the year from the CMAs to line her mantle place. Red may not yield quite so many accolades from either the Grammy Awards or the CMAs, as she is working outside of preconceived notions of her work and her place in music.
Taylor Swift will be re-introducing herself to audiences with Taylor Swift concert tickets from March 13, 2013 onward. So far only one leg of the sure to be world tour has been announced, the initial North American concert schedule. This single leg is pretty intensive, with 58 performances between March 13 and September 21, 2013.
Taylor Swift’s first headlining tour, the Fearless Tour, is set for a second leg in North America in 2010. Swift announced the extension of the promotional tour on October 8, 2009, meaning that diehard Swift fans will have a chance to catch the talented singer/songwriter in 37 additional cities until the North American concert finale on June 2, 2010.
Swift began singing karaoke and in festivals at a young age. She was noticed by Kirk Cremer’s mother, and instantly got swept up to perform locally and showcase her talent. Her first gig was in a leased space in the local mall, where she quickly took the place by storm. She quickly reached the national spotlight and has become one of the best country music singers of our time.
Recently, Swift has been awarded the MTV Video Music Award, being the first country music star to win this award. Swift also became the first country music starlet to sell over two million downloads via iTunes and other means. In the Mainstream Top 40 in September 2009, her song "You Belong with Me", made the top- one of two country songs to ever be able to do this. She was the first artist to have two different albums in the Top 10 on the year end album chart. Fearless hit the top of the Billboard 200 11 non-consecutive weeks. Swift's Fearless and her self-titled album finished 2008 at number three and number six recently, with sales of 2.1 and 1.5 million. No album has been at number one since 1999-2000. Her album was also the first female made country music album to reach the #1 on The Billboard 200.
One of Taylor Swift’s amazing draws is her hair, so fans say, as many emulate her beautiful curls. Many Taylor Swift tickets sell due to her beauty and involvement with her community. Swift’s concert tour schedule will include a quick visit to Australia this winter, following a concert tour across the United States this spring.