Taylor Swift spent her early years in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, a fan of both horses and music. She took part in youth theater productions and spent weekends performing anywhere she could. She loved Shania Twain and Faith Hill, dreamed of Nashville, and, after a number of visits, moved there with her parents when she was 14. She became the youngest writer ever signed as a songwriter to Sony/ATV, and by 16 was signed to a brand new label called Big Machine. She and the label have been making history ever since.
CT40 MILESTONE - TAYLOR SWIFT - "MEAN"
INTERVIEW WITH TAYLOR SWIFT
BOB: "YOU'VE COME SO FAR IN THE FOUR YEARS SINCE YOU FIRST HIT THE AIRWAVES. HOW DO YOU LOOK BACK ON THAT PERIOD NOW?"
BOB: "TELL US ABOUT THE PRODUCTION ON THIS ALBUM."
BOB: "THERE SURE SEEMS TO BE A NEW MATURITY TO THIS RECORD, AND YOU WROTE IT YOURSELF. TALK ABOUT HOW THE PROCESS EVOLVED."