Prolific country songwriter Craig Wiseman topped the bill, but it was an unannounced appearance from Swift that stole the show.
Taylor Swift created a relaxing setting for her unannounced Easter performance with Wiseman by gulping down a few shots of whiskey in between her songs.
Taylor Swift has defended out musician Hayley Kiyoko, after she spoke out against homophobia in the music industry.
Both of them took a shot on stage for old time's sake, to boot. Swift asked the crowd, strumming her guitar.
'I literally looked at them and was like, "Um, yeah ..."
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Swift has previously echoed Kiyoko's sentiments in her own way.
Swift playfully reminded the Grammy-winning songwriter that he passed on the opportunity to co-write "Love Story" with her. "I thought there was something to it". Then, overnight, the second video was released and in it, Swift appears to be filming herself lip-syncing to her own song.
According to the Tennessean, Swift devoted some particular praise to the Bluebird Cafe itself, portraying it as a unique and essential venue for songwriters. The cafe, featured in the television series Nashville, occupies a hallowed place in country-music history, and not only because Big Machine label chief first heard Swift there. "She charted follow-up country hits including "Our Song", "Love Story" and "You Belong with Me" before shifting her creative focus to pop music in 2014 with her album "!989".
The $20 concert marked a return to where Swift's career began. To illustrate her point, she then performed "Shake It Off".
When Swift's first clip was shared, fans immediately took notice of the "J" necklace around her neck and many pointed out online that the "J" stood for her boyfriend, actor Joe Alwyn, who Swift has been dating since at least early a year ago. The singer's Reputation Stadium Tour will launch in May and will visit Nashville's Nissan Stadium Aug. 25.