Friday, October 29, 2010

[Google Fast Flip] Taylor Swift Plays Acoustic Set at Airport

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Taylor Swift Plays Acoustic Set at Airport

By Patrick Doyle "I'm very happy to be bringing some music to the airport tonight. What do you all think about it?"" Taylor Swift asked an estimated 1,500 fans at John F. Kennedy International Airport last night. Whatever it was the crowd thought of the venue — JetBlue's chaotic terminal 5, with its food court and gift shops — they roared their approval for Swift, who performed a five-song acoustic set for thirty contest winners and their guests, JetBlue employees and customers who just happened to be catching a flight. The star emerged shortly before 7 pm in a red polka-dot dress. "Hello New York — I'm Taylor," she said, kicking into "You Belong With Me." Swift — whose third album, Speak Now, came out Tuesday — sang in key, walking the stage without a guitar and doing her her trademark hair-flip. She peppered her set with the kind of vague references to her personal life that have had bloggers trying to decode her song lyrics and liner notes. She explained that the new ballad "Back to December" is about "learning a lesson too late." "Speak Now," she said, referred to not holding one's peace at a wedding. "Mine"? "It's about one time I was sitting with a guy and he put his arm around me."...

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