T minus 4 days to the RED Tour, Taylor Nation 🙂
Here at the Swift Agency, just one guy who’s learned not to dream impossible dreams, we may be hoping for Montreal to be included in the RED Tour at some time but planning for the Nashville concerts. Effective immediately, finding the April issue of Vanity Fair.
The Enchantress talked to Entertainment Tonight about the RED Tour among other things during a break while filming an ad for Diet Coke.
“I think one of my favorite things about the RED tour is that one of the main focuses I had was incorporating the element of surprise, and incorporating the unexpected,” says Tay on the interview. “I really like to think that a good concert can be like a good book; it can take you away, it can take you to a different place and help you escape, and I think that’s the main goal for me — helping the fans to escape, if only just for one night.”
Here’s the Sparkly Dressed being interviewed by Entertainment Tonight while on the set:
Thanks to ohsoswiftly for posting!
And since The RED Tour is now three days away, we thought we’d put up this cover of Begin Again on piano and cello:
Thanks to ThePianoGuys for that amazing clip!
Did you know that the Taylor Swift mobile app, for so long free to the US but unreachable anywhere else, has finally gone international? It only took a zillion years, but now you can download it. Check Mobile Roadie for links for both App Store and Google Play.
Coming up on the Calendar!
- March 9: Taylor Swift’s recorded performance for Let’s Dance For Comic Relief airs on the BBC One.
- March 13: The RED Tour begins.
- March 13 and 14: The Red Tour starts at CenturyLink Center Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska. On sale now. More information on Ticketmaster.
- March 18: Amos Heller‘s Birthday.
- March 18 and 19: The Red Tour at Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. On sale now. More information on Ticketmaster.