She needs wide open spaces. Taylor charms Lubbock, Texas!


Hello Taylor Nation!

The Enchantress played the United Spirit Arena in Lubbock, Texas on October 14. The Arm Lyrics were: “Can you still feel the butterflies? Can you still hear the last goodnight?” – Jimmy Eat World, For Me This Is Heaven.

According to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, “Swift’s show was a combination of song and spectacle, dance and animation, all of it imaginative and timed beautifully.”

Taylor covered the Dixie Chicks last night. She sang their hit Wide Open Spaces. Big shoutout to unpaid correspondent @Enchanted2MeetU for sending us the link. Let’s go to the video, shall we?

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Here at the Swift Agency, one guy who’s scrambling the last of his resources for a certain trip in November, we would like to remind you Taylor’s upcoming nominations and awards:

  • November 20: The 2011 American Music Awards live on ABC at 8|7c from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, California. Taylor Swift is nominated for Artist of the Year, Country Music Favorite Female Artist and Country Music Favorite Album. VOTE!
  • December 2: 2011 Billboard Women in Music ceremony in New York City. Taylor will receive the Women of the Year award.
  • December 5: The American Country Awards air live from Las Vegas on the FOX network. The Sparkly Dressed is up for Artist of the Year, Artist of the Year Female, Album of the Year for Speak Now, Single of the Year Female for Mean, Touring Headline Package of the Year and Music Video Female for Back To December. VOTE!

Coming up in the Calendar!

  • October 15: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at City Arena. Sold Out.
  • October 18: Wonderstruck promotion tour! Sephora – Glendale, CA (in-store appearance).
  • October 19: Wonderstruck promotion tour! The Ellen DeGeneres Show
  • October 20: San Diego, California at Valley View Casino Center. Sold Out.
  • October 21: Phoenix, Arizona at Arena. Sold Out.
  • October 22: Phoenix, Arizona at Arena. Sold Out.

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