Taylor Alison Swift is an American singer-songwriter.
Taylor Alison Swift is an American singer-songwriter. Her narrative songwriting, which often revolves around her personal life, has received a lot of media attention. Swift was named Artist of the Decade by AMA.
When Swift was about 12, local computer repairman and local musician Ronnie Cremer taught her to play the guitar. He assisted in her initial efforts as a songwriter, leading her to write “Lucky You”. In 2003, Swift and her parents began working with New York-based talent manager Dan Dymtrow.
Swift won 10 Grammy Awards, Emmy Award, 29 American Music Awards (most of an artist’s wins), 23 Billboard Music Awards (most of an artist’s wins). female artist), seven Guinness World Records, 12 Country Music Association Awards (including the Pinnacle Award), eight Academy of Country Music Awards and one Brit Award.
Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989 in West Reading, Pennsylvania. Her father, Scott Kingsley Swift, is a former stockbroker for Merrill Lynch; his mother, Andrea Gardner Swift (née Finlay), is a former housewife who previously worked as a marketing manager for mutual funds.
Swift is a vocal critic of white supremacy, systemic racism and police brutality in the U.S. In May 2020, she called for justice for the deaths of African American men Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd. Swift donated resources to support the Black Lives Matter movement.