So, The New Yorker says she's for real, not just popular. Thoughts?
Is that real as opposed to being a cyborg?
Saw her on the CMA's - she does need a pitch device for live performances. I think she's been manufactured by the Nashville Star-maker machinery.
If I had to choose a country chanteuse, I'll take Lee Ann Rimes. That gal has a set of pipes. Also she looks like an adult... :wink:
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For real, as in "very good, with something to say, and a level of originality".
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If Taylor Swift were any more over-exposed she would have a black market sex video.
As is she is way too publicized. I glanced at my 14-year old niece's latest issue of Teen Cosmo (blessedly also their last issue as they are folding) and Taylor Swift was on every fifth page in either an ad or editorial...eee yuck (as my 14-yearl old would say...)
As is she is merely this month's Country "It" girl.
Try Celeste Krenz or Kelly Willis if you want country music with some substance.
She allegedly right her own stuff. How old was Ms Rimes when she started?
She will be next big thing. Nashville's answer to Beyonce etc.
Say bye bye to Faith, Carrie, Trisha etc.
Remember many years ago when Shelby Lynne and Faith Hill came out with their first big videos. Shelby had way more talent but Faith was the it girl!
It will be interesting to watch Ms Swift's career. Handled correctly she could be the biggest thing in a long time!
And what kind of man reads Teen Cosmo! So Steve do you believe Taylor's version of her breakup or Joe's version. I thought Joe was a girl. He is almost as cute Shaun Cassidy!
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