The 1989 World Tour May 7, 2015 2:28:12 GMT
Post by Admin on May 7, 2015 2:28:12 GMT
Get ready for a Taylor Swift takeover! The singer started the world tour for her 1989 album on Monday which means that for the next seven months (at least!) there's going to be a plethora of stories about what ol' Swifty is doing, saying, singing and, obviously, dancing.
There are also going to be a whole lot of people jumping on the T. Swift bandwagon. What better time to start soaking in all things Taylor than when you literally cannot avoid news about her? We're going to sit back with a bowl of popcorn and watch the former haters roll in. But there are also a large number of people that have been following—and, more importantly, taking after—the star since day one.
Take, for example, her covers. If we had a dollar for every time a budding artist (or even established star) put their own spin on one of her jams we'd be richer than Taylor herself. It's impossible to keep track up all the different versions of "22" or "Blank Space," but it seems that Taylor herself has given it a try. And yesterday she announced that she has a favorite—from the 1989 album at least. Swift took to Twitter to give some major props to the newly released version of "I Know Places" done by Vance Joy.
This is a bold choice indeed, Taylor. For starters it's only been out in the world for a day—that's hardly enough time to make a solid judgment. Especially when songs like this "Blank Space"/"Style" mash-up exist. But then again, she is the expert. Have a listen to Vance Joy's take on "I Know Places" below to see if you agree with Tay.