Taylor Swift was born in Pensnylvania on December 13, 1989. Raised on a farm with her brother and parents.
Towards the age of twelve she begins to have her first artistic experience and slowly as a girl she begins to sing.
At age 11 she won a contest for local talent, with her own version of the song Big Deal, by LeAnn Rimes.
She began writing songs in 2005 and her singing career actually began the following year, with the song Tim McGraw.
In addition to music, Taylor has been an actress in several films, namely:
-Hannah Montana: The Movie, in 2009, where she played herself
- Date in love
- The Giver
- Miss Americana
During her career Taylor has won several awards in the Country category and about ten Gram Awards.
Her best-selling album is "Fearless", and among her best songs are Love Story, Shake It Off, Blank Space, Bad Blood, Look What Made Me Do, You Need to Calm Down and Christmans tree Farm .
In addition to the electronic guitar she also plays: the pano, the banjo and the ukulele.