Taylor Swift has a new concert film and it was recorded at a studio near Hudson.

Upstate New York has been home to so many concerts and documentary type events over the years, and now Taylor Swift is adding one to the list. According to a Poughkeepsie Journal story, Taylor filmed her new 'Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions' in the studio that bears the same name located outside of Hudson. The studio is owned by Aaron Dessner, who is one of Taylor's collaborators on her 'Folklore' album.

Upstate New York has certainly been a chosen destination for many musical events over the years. While most of them originate from the rock genre, the list of artists who have worked on projects in Upstate is impressive. Artists like Bob Dylan and The Band worked on some legendary music right in our backyard, not to mention legendary events like Woodstock are part of the region's music history. And most of it seems to be centered around the Hudson Valley. Maybe it's the combination of the beauty of the area, as well as the proximity to New York City that make it such an attractive destination for musicians to write, record and more. As you can see in the trailer below, the Long Pond studio is located in a stunning location.

The Poughkeepsie Journal says the concert film is an intimate, chronological performance by Taylor of all 17 songs from 'Folklore,' with some stories behind the music sprinkled in. The film is streaming now Disney +.

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