Taylor Swift was born on December 13, 1989, in Pennsylvania, USA. She is a singer and a songwriter. Swift is mostly famous for such songs as “Love Story”, “You Belong With Me”, “Shake it Off”, “I Knew You Were Trouble” and “We are Never Ever Getting Back Together”. She was nominated for 571 awards and won 273 of them, including 19 American Music Awards and 31 BMI Pop Awards.
Taylor Swift was born in Reading and then moved to Wyomissing. Her father works at Merrill Lynch and her mother is a homemaker. The singer has a younger brother, Austin. Swift went to a privet school Wyndcroft. Ever since she was young, Taylor was interested in music. She performed at Berks Youth Theater Academy, where she landed roles in such musicals as Grease, Annie, Bye Bye Birdie, and The Sound of Music. Taylor was influenced by Lee Ann Rimes and her grandmother, who was an opera singer.
When Taylor was ten, she learned how to play the guitar and started writing songs. That’s when she decided to pursue a music career. When she was twelve, Swift sang the national anthem at the Philadelphia 76ers game. When Taylor was a teenager she was noticed by Scott Borchetta, who signed her with his own record label Big Machine Records.