Tay on New Girl, Liz Huett with A Rocket To The Moon & Thompson Square… Just Feels Good

(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images)
(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

I knew you were trouble when I logged in, Taylor Nation.

Here at the Swift Agency, still a guy who hasn’t gone crazy yet or perhaps he’s already gone crazy enough not to notice, we’re enjoying good reviews for The RED Tour. No, don’t worry, no spoilers this time. Have you voted for the Princess in Red today? She’s up for ACM Entertainer of the Year. VoteACM.com. Doooo ittttt.

The Enchantress will be a guest star for the second season finale of the TV comedy series New Girl. According to Entertainment Weekly she will play a guest at the wedding of Cece (Hannah Simone) and Shivrang (Satya Bhabha) named Elaine.  The finale episode will air on Fox Networks on May 14.

In case you need some context, the Sparkly Dressed has been named twice on the show. First up, Schmidt (Max Greenfield) sent Cece a text saying he was going through “Taylor Swift-like range of emotions.” On another episode, Nick (Jake Johnson) was trying to help  Jess (Zooey Deschanel) after she got her heart broken. She just told him, “I just wanted to listen to Taylor Swift alone”. You can hear 22 playing in the background.

(Source: Fueled By Ramen LLC)
(Source: Fueled By Ramen LLC)

On other news, A Rocket to the Moon has released their new album Wild & Free. The rock band from  integrated by Nick Santino, Eric Halvorsen, Nick Santino, Justin Richards and Andrew Cook. The third track Whole Lotta You features the amazing vocals of Elizabeth Huett as well as Stephen Liles from country duo Love and Theft. The album is available on iTunes.

You can find out more about the band at arockettothemoon.net. The lovely Liz has her own website at elizabethhuett.com and her own page here at Agency Profile: Elizabeth Huett.

The country duo Love and Theft should ring a bell, they toured with Taylor Swift back in 2008 when they were a trio and were featured in that little fake documentary Crimes of Passion that Taylor used to play on the Fearless Tour to distract everyone while she sneaked to the back of the venue. Taylor’s song Hey Stephen was inspired by Stephen Liles – the only other song Taylor has ever directly confirmed. However, they were never involved.

(Source: Stoney Creek Records)
(Source: Stoney Creek Records)

Country duo Thompson Square just released their latest album, Just Feels Good. The 2012 ACM and CMA Top Vocal Duo is composed of wife and husband Shawna and Keifer Thompson. The album’s lead single, released on late 2012 is If I Didn’t Have You.

“The songs just kind of came to us,” Keifer told CMT in a recent interview. “The ones that we wrote are so inside, as far as personal experience, they basically wrote themselves. We knew kind of what to do and what not to do to kind of define what Thompson Square 2.0 is going to sound like. I think we did it.”

The album is available now on iTunes. You can find more about them at thompsonsquare.com.

Fan voting has begun for the 48th ACM Awards Entertainer of the Year. Taylor Swift is nominated! Vote at VoteACM.com.The Enchantress is in New York City. She plays the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey tonight.

48th ACM AwardsComing up on the Calendar!

  • March 29: The Red Tour at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. On sale now.  More information on Ticketmaster.
  • April 1: Mike Meadows‘ Birthday.
  • April 7: The 48th ACM Awards air from Las Vegas, Nevada at 8pm ET/PT on CBS. Taylor is up forEntertainer of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year for RED (Artist), Album of the Year for RED (Producer), Video of the Year for We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. Taylor has been announced as a performer.

(Sources: Entertainment Weekly, iTunesCMTarockettothemoon.netthompsonsquare.com)