Taylor Swift performs hits, shoots whiskey at surprise Bluebird Cafe performance

Taylor Swift performs hits, shoots whiskey at surprise Bluebird Cafe performance

Taylor Swift's Reputation was released into the world without the usual world tour or months-long calendar of public appearances. We all know that after the Calvin Harris/Kim Kardashian/Kanye West debacle, Taylor recoiled into hiding and hasn't been seen much since.

According to the Tennessean, country songwriter Craig Wiseman was set to perform when Swift joined him on stage-prompting a standing ovation from the intimate crowd of about 40.

Swift turned her attention back to the Bluebird Cafe. They laughed at the memory of Wiseman passing her a couple of shots toward her through the crowd, not knowing if they made it to her or not. He then pulled out a bottle of Fireball and the two indulged in a shot together, the Tennessean reports. Wiseman wasn't on board with the idea, and they ended up writing another song, but when Swift left, she "couldn't stop thinking about the idea". I don't know if it is being taken out of context or what, but if you read the interview itself, I don't believe she was calling Taylor unoriginal or boy insane.

In the Refinery29 interview, Kiyoko had said: "I think no matter who you are or what you look like, you just wanna be a person, right?".




The best and possibly catchiest example of Music City's three chords and the truth in her catalog, Swift said, is her "Shake It Off". And of course she performed Love Story - arguably the song that skyrocketed her into global stardom.

As Swift points out, "I've never encountered homophobia and she has".

Swift launched her career from Nashville as a teenager in 2006 with her song "Tim McGraw".

The "Bad Blood" singer returned to her country roots when she performed in front of a small audience on Saturday night. The Bluebird Cafe is particularly sentimental for Swift - Big Machine Label Group's Scott Borchetta saw Swift play the room when she was an 8th grader and offered her a publishing deal.

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