“‘Don’t Ya’ just came out as a fun thing,” Brett tells us. “I’m sure it will have a pretty girl. If I could find a pretty girl out there, wherever you are.”
As the cover star for the December issue of “Cosmopolitan,” Taylor Swift dishes on lyrics, motherhood, and dating. “I’ve had a lot of dark and twisty situations happen,” she says, and they’re “not interesting to me.”
He also talks about shooting the song’s video, saying “that’s what our crowd looks like every night.”
“One thing about Nashville is we always respect our forefathers and sisters who built country music before us. It’s exciting to take old technology [and] transform it into a new sound in our own way.”
Ever since Taylor Swift’s first album, there has been a tremendous amount of speculation regarding the inspirations behind her chart-topping songs.
Here’s a take-home lesson for everyone: Don’t ever get in a road-rage confrontation with Toby Keith.
Hayden Panettiere has said her TV character is based, at least in part, on Carrie Underwood. So how does Carrie feel about that?
Taylor Swift Says ‘Never Ever’ Was Released First To ‘Make People Wonder’ About The Rest Of The Album
“Red” has turned out to be a rather eclectic mix of songs and styles. So what was Taylor Swift’s strategy in releasing the poppy “Never Ever” as the album’s first single?
“I wanted every emotion on the record to take up one slot,” says Taylor in a CBS Local interview. That way, “no matter what you’re going through, if you need a song, you can find it.”
“Different albums represent different chapters in my life,” says Taylor in this CBS Local video interview.
For Jason Aldean, album titles have meaning, and so he says the song “Night Train” simply “fit my career” at this point in time.
We “balance each other out,” she says of her relationship with Blake Shelton. “He lightens my heart, and I rope him in.”
Our sweet, innocent Taylor is growing up right in front of our eyes. She talks love, rumors, music, and more with “Rolling Stone,” and shows us a bold new look on the cover.
“I just thought ‘wow, this is something I needed to be reminded of,’” she says of the song in an exclusive interview.
With his new album “Free the Music” hitting stores, Jerrod Niemann has had a very busy week. But he still took time out to stand up for his friend (and to sing with the kids as PS22).