The playful conversation starts, Taylor Nation.
Here at the Swift Agency, still a guy who’s been in the sun too long, we’d like to give you an advice if you’re thinking about coming for the CMA Fest: consider bringing a hat.
The Sparkly Dressed performed last Sunday, June 2, at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado in what was her last concert before the CMT Awards and CMA Fest. Shortly after that she will do some quick performances in the UK to restart the RED Tour in Canada. I wonder how did the Pepsi Center felt about the Diet Coke ads. You can read a review at The Denver Post’s Reverb, but be aware that it gives away a lot of concert details.
The secret song was Enchanted. This song was the source of a great number of signs for the Speak Now Tour. The Enchantress knows how to craft lyrics, and although this song doesn’t have a lot of them it still holds a handful of unforgettable ones. Musically, it’s one of her most vocally demanding tunes. Not to mention that it inspired both Wonderstruck and Wonderstruck Enchanted fragrances.
Thanks to hopeballard13 for posting!
And of course, there’s that tweet from the Rolling Stones about the Sparkly Dressed performing with them last night, June 3. More details on that to come later.
Taylor has two nominations for the 2013 CMT Awards, Video of the Year for We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and Female Video of the Year for Begin Again. The show airs live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on June 5, 2013. Also, don’t forget she’s performing at the LP Field for CMA Fest on June 6.
Coming up on the Calendar!
- June 5: The 2013 CMT Music Awards. Taylor Swift is nominated by Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year. She’s also scheduled to perform.
- June 6 – 9: The 2013 CMA Music Festival takes place in Nashville, TN. Taylor Swift is confirmed to perform at LP Field on June 6.
- June 8: Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran play on the live finale of Britain’s Got Talent, according to Tellymix.
- June 9: Taylor will perform at Capital FM’s Summertime Ball 2013.
(Sources: The Denver Post’s Reverb)