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Taylor Swift: The Rise Of The Nashville Teen


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Our Price: £9.95    Change Currency
Media: Book
Artist: Taylor Swift
Catalogue #: OP54549
ISBN: 9781780383545
This Item Earns 18 Musicroom Points

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Country pop phenomenon Taylor Swift came from a comfortable Pennsylvania home but set her sights on Nashville early. As a young teenager she won a national poetry competition, wrote her first song and a short novel. Entranced by country music, she and her family finally moved to music city in 2003.

At the age of 14 Taylor Swift became the youngest staff songwriter ever hired by Sony/ATV Tree publishing. By 2006 her first single had reached number six in Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart and after that - and three huge-selling albums - there was no stopping her.

This insightful book about Taylor Swift's short but extraordinary life to date includes the inside story on the high-profile romances that inspired her songs as well as exclusive, in-depth interviews with her childhood friends and early mentors.



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 01/06/2012
Format: Biography
Length: 248 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Omnibus Press
Author: Chloe Govan

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