We all know that after the Calvin Harris/Kim Kardashian/Kanye West debacle, Taylor recoiled into hiding and hasn't been seen much since.
Better Man is the No. 1 hit country song Swift wrote for band, Little Big Town.
Swift turned her attention back to the Bluebird Cafe.
"I wanted to say a big thank you to the Bluebird Cafe", Swift said.
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"I got her a shot of Fireball, and then I got her another one", Wiseman recalled, explaining that Swift retreated to a balcony in a VIP area.
Wiseman, who has penned tracks like Tim McGraw's "Live Like You Were Dying", was the sole performer listed Saturday, but Swift appeared unannounced to share the stage, shocking the 40 or so patrons in attendance. She then went on to swap stories of her younger songwriting days in Nashville as a teen, play songs like her mega-hit "Shake It Off" (acoustic, of course) and even traded shots - as in Fireball whisky shots. 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 November 2004, Big Machine Label Group's Scott Brochetta saw a 14-year-old Swift perform at the Bluebird for the first time. Her airy, LA-dreamy debut album sounds sparklingly refreshing, with none of the usual suspects in its production credits, and Kiyoko's own songwriting voice - frank, fun, fearlessly tussling with her emotions - floods through.
The fan's comment read: 'I think people are actually misinterpreting the quote. Country music icon Craig Wiseman was the headliner for the night when up came Swift who unsurprisingly received a lotta loud cheers from an intimate crowd of about forty to fifty people. "It's called 'Love Story'".
According to the Tennessean, Swift's surprise appearance was being filmed for an upcoming documentary on the storied Nashville venue, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year.