Taylor Swift, in full Taylor Alison Swift, (conceived December 13, 1989, West Reading, Pennsylvania, U.S.), American popular and down home music vocalist musician whose stories of youthful despair made far reaching progress in the mid 21st century.
Swift demonstrated an enthusiasm for music at an early age, and she advanced rapidly from jobs in youngsters’ auditorium to her first appearance before a horde of thousands. She was age 11 when she sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” before a Philadelphia 76ers ball game, and the next year she got the guitar and started to compose tunes. Taking her motivation from blue grass music specialists, for example, Shania Twain and the Dixie Chicks, Swift made unique material that mirrored her encounters of tween distance. When she was 13, Swift’s folks offered their ranch in Pennsylvania to move to Hendersonville, Tennessee, with the goal that she could commit a greater amount of her an opportunity to seeking nation marks in close-by Nashville.