Ever get lost browsing the internet? It's a daily thing for me, I start out researching something for an article and end up watching 4 hours of pointless Youtube videos. I do sometimes find some interesting stuff in my internet travels though. Here are three you might want to check out:
The stage is probably the only place you’ll find Taylor Swift partying, and that sentiment comes from the star herself. It seems she’d prefer attention only when there’s a guitar in her hand and she’s swinging her long blonde locks for the whole arena to see.
If you visited the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 2012, you were one of 564,777 visitors, meaning it was a very popular place to be. In fact, it was the largest attendance total in the museum's history, which spans 45 years. Two reasons for the phenomenal attendance rate? Taylor Swift and Patsy Cline.
Taylor Swift and Hunter Hayes are two country stars who have truly earned coveted slots on the upcoming '2013 Grammy Nominees' album, a 22-song collection that features the most critically-acclaimed songs of the year from some of music's biggest names.
Female country singers -- especially Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift -- are dominating the 2012 Taste of Country Awards with just seven days left for fans to vote. The superstars are pulling away from the competition in six of the 10 categories.
Much like Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift isn't one to go around slapping labels like "pop" or "country" on her music. No, that's too confining -- she'd rather just do her own thing in the way she sees fit.
Taylor Swift's 'Red' hot year continues to blaze, sizzle and scorch. The singer, who will celebrate her 23rd birthday this coming Thursday (Dec. 13), has another reason to throw a party -- her smash hit single, 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' has been parked in the No. 1 slot on Billboard's Top Country Songs chart for nine weeks, setting a new record for most weeks in the top slot by a female artist.
The year has ended with a flourish of high-profile collaborations from top country music stars. Jason Aldean pulled two of the hottest males artists in Nashville into the same room to record 'The Only Way I Know' in 2012, while Kelly Clarkson convinced Vince Gill to lend his voice and guitar to 'Don't Rush.' These are the most recent, but hardly the only collaborations from the banner year. What was the best musical match-up from 2012?
You would think that 50 kids with instruments would be nothing but noise and trouble. But when a group of adolescents at the Artik Music School in Israel covered Taylor Swift's 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' the results were sheer talent.
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