Nashville, Tennessee, is known as Music City, and it’s the country music capital of the United States. Aspiring stars flock to Nashville, hoping to get their break in a city that the local chamber of commerce says has this highest concentration of music industry establishment in the U.S.
Taylor Swift simply doesn’t rest. With “folklore” and “evermore” both being released last year, you’d think she would be tired. Alas, “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” is released today, which includes re-recordings of her original second album plus six new songs ~from the vault~.
With a discography as massive as Taylor Swift’s,
Taylor Swift is taking her fans back to when she first arrived on the music scene.
The 31-year-old songwriter will release a new version of her 2008 single “Love Story” at midnight Friday. Swift also will release a re-recorded version of her second studio album, “Fearless,” on April 9.
Thirteen years ago, Taylor Swift opened her song “Love Story” with a memory: “We were both young when I first saw you,” the precocious country star, then 18, sang in the lead single from her 2008 “Fearless” album, “I close my eyes and the flashback starts.”
Now she’s remembering that
On the surface, the new version of “Love Story” that Taylor Swift released today to introduce her re-recorded catalog project shows few obvious differences from the original 2008 hit. The two songs share the same 3:55 length and nearly identical arrangements, from the opening banjo plucks to the tasteful fiddles