Taylor Swift Profile
Birth Date:December 13, 1989
Birth Place:Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, USA
Graduated from the Aaron Academy, Hendersonville, Tennessee, in 2008
Taylor Swift was born December 13, 1989 at her hometown in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania (PA), United State of America (USA). Taylor Swift as the first child and only daughter of Andrea, a homemaker, and Scott Swift, a stockbroker. Taylor Swift has a younger brother, Austin. When Taylor Swift was in fourth grade, she won a national poetry contest with a three-page poem entitled “Monster In My Closet”. Taylor Swift on the age of 10 began writing songs and singing them at karaoke contests, festivals, and fairs around her hometown. When Taylor Swift was 12 years old, she devoted an entire summer to writing a 350-page novel, which remains unpublished. Taylor Swift’s first major show was a well-received performance at the Bloomsburg Fair. Taylor Swift on 2008 earned her high school diploma through homeschooling at the age of 18.
In her songwriting interest, Taylor Swift began learning to play guitar from a computer repairman who showed her how to play three chords. After learning those three chords, Taylor Swift wrote her first song, “Lucky You”. Taylor Swift began writing songs regularly and used it as an outlet to help her with her pain from not fitting in at school. Other kids would react badly to her so she wrote songs about them.
In her early work, Taylor Swift’s greatest musical influence is Shania Twain. Taylor Swift’s other influences include LeAnn Rimes, Tina Turner, Dolly Parton, and Taylor Swift’s grandmother. Although her grandmother was a professional opera singer, Taylor Swift’s tastes always leaned more toward country music. In her younger years, Taylor Swift developed a love for Patsy Cline and Dolly Parton.
Taylor Swift on age 11 made her first trip to Nashville, hoping to obtain a record deal by distributing a demo tape of her singing with karaoke songs. Taylor Swift gave a copy to every label in town, but was rejected. After Taylor Swift returned to Pennsylvania, she was asked to sing at the United State (U.S.). Open tennis tournament, where Taylor Swift’s rendition of the national anthem received much attention. Taylor Swift started writing songs and playing 12-string guitar when she was 12. Taylor Swift began to regularly visit Nashville and wrote songs with local songwriters. By the time Taylor Swift was 14, her family decided to move to an outlying Nashville suburb.