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Biographic - Sunday September 27, 2020 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Biographic - Sunday September 27, 2020 Comic Strip
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Born Taylor Alison Swift in eastern Pennsylvania on December 13, 1989, she became obsessed with country music at an early age. By the time she was 10, Taylor was performing in every karaoke contest, country fair, and festival she could find. The following year, she made the pilgrimage to Nashville to drop her demo tape off at every record label in town, and at 14, she persuaded the family to relocate to the country music capital so she could pursue her dream. A prolific songwriter even then, she linked a publishing deal and was soon signed to the fledging Big Machine record label. Her debut single, "Tim McGraw" hit the country top 10- and by the time she met the song's subject on live tv during her ACM awards appearance she was a multiplatinum sensation. Her self-titled debut album spent eight weeks at the top of the country charts, selling more than 3 million copies and earning her a best new artist grammy nomination. Released in late 2008 her sophomore album, "Fearless" debuted at the top of the Billboard charts and went on to win four Grammys, with Taylor became the youngest ever album of the year winner. Her music was evolving, and the Teen Queen of country was now a bona fide pop star. Her third album, 2010's "Speak Now" sold more than a million copies in the first week of release, as did the subsequent albums "Red" which was released in 2012, and the record that made her the first solo female artist to win the Grammy award for album of the year twice, 2014's "1984." In 2017, "Reputation" made her the first artist to have four albums each sell over 1 million copies in their opening week in the U.S. 2019's "Lover" was the year's best-selling album worldwide. This summer's "Folklore" album, written and recorded in pandemic lockdown, gave her a seventh consecutive chart-topper the first release off the album "Cardigan" was her sixth single to top the billboard charts. To date, Taylor has sold more than 50 million albums and 150 million singles worldwide, won 10 Grammy awards and get numerous Guinness World Records!