1989 World Tour Nashville: Kelsea. Steven. Alison. Leona. Mick. Taylor Swift shows music city some love.
You make a grown man cry, Taylor Nation.
For two nights at the Bridgestone Arena, Taylor Swift showered Nashville with music in such lavish fashion that her love for the music city was undeniable. If you believe that Taylor once took this town for her own, the 1989 World Tour concerts on September 25 and 26 was a renewal of vows. She does make her home in New York, but she’s never forgotten the town where she became a star.
Kelsea Ballerini came out to sing Love Me Like You Mean It. Steven Tyler sang I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing. Alison Krauss sang When You Say Nothing At All. The second night did not fall short. Leona Lewis sang Bleeding Love. Mick Jagger came out to sing Satisfaction. Essentially the whole affair was a live performance from the best hits collection.
The acoustic song on September 26 was Fifteen.
Bonus! Here’s a picture from Eliotte Nicole’s Instagram with Mick Jagger, T-Swizzle and the band. We hear that Paul Sidoti was over the moon after playing the legendary Satisfaction guitar riff. That has to be an amazing moment.
Coming up in the Calendar!
- September 28: The 1989 World Tour – St. Louis, MO – Scottrade Center.
- September 29: The 1989 World Tour – St. Louis, MO – Scottrade Center.
- October 2: The 1989 World Tour – Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre.
- October 3: The 1989 World Tour – Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre.
- October 8: The 1989 World Tour – Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Arena.
- October 9: The 1989 World Tour – Omaha, NE – CenturyLink Center.
- October 10: The 1989 World Tour – Omaha, NE – CenturyLink Center.