Singer/songwriter Taylor Swift is a country music singer since 16. Early hits such as “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me” appealed to pop and country fans alike and helped fuel the multi-platinum victory of her records, for instance, Grammy-winning Fearless (2008). Her followup records standing (2018) and Lover (2019) also attained immense business success. Swift was born on December 13, 1989, in Reading, Pennsylvania. Swift spent her early years on her family’s Christmas tree farm at neighbouring Wyomissing. Her grandmother was a professional opera singer, and Swift shortly followed in her musical sin. From age 10, Swift was singing in an assortment of local events, such as fairs and competitions. She sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” in a Philadelphia 76ers basketball match at age 11, and started writing her tunes and studying guitar at 12 years of age.
In Nashville, she co-wrote songs and attempted to land a recording contract. Noting her devotion, Swift and her family moved into nearby Hendersonville, Tennessee, in an endeavour to further Swift’s livelihood.