Taylor Swift performs hits, shoots whiskey at surprise Bluebird Cafe performance

Taylor Swift performs hits, shoots whiskey at surprise Bluebird Cafe performance

She was invited back to the stage of Nashville's Bluebird Cafe by country songwriter Craig Wiseman, who was headlining a show there last night. According to The Tennessean, Taylor got a standing ovation from the crowd when her name was announced.

Although Swift hasn't yet let fans into her private life with Alwyn, she has reportedly been inspired to write a number of tracks about their romance, including "Gorgeous" and "Call It What You Want".

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Taylor Swift has defended out musician Hayley Kiyoko, after she spoke out against homophobia in the music industry. Swift asked the audience. "I didn't have the experience of a writer writing something and then it going out into the world and you hearing it from someone else's perspective until recently", she explained. He then pulled out a bottle of Fireball and the two indulged in a shot together, the Tennessean reports. This is the song I nearly wrote with Craig Wiseman. At one point, the legendary songwriter joked that he would sell the empty bottles from which Swift drank, and donate the money to charity. And of course she performed Love Story - arguably the song that skyrocketed her into global stardom.

Swift has previously echoed Kiyoko's sentiments in her own way. They wrote a different song, but Swift went home and finished writing her original idea. The Bluebird Cafe holds special significance for the singer, as Big Machine Label Group's Scott Borchetta saw Swift play there when she was just an 8th grader, and offered her a publishing deal. "I thought there was something to it". The Bluebird is a Nashville institution, offering up regular performances from working musicians and songwriters responsible for many of country's - and pop music's - greatest hits. One fan account, Taylor Swift News, even shared a tweet comparing photos from a Swift Bluebird Cafe appearance in 2004 with her latest one. Tickets are available now through Ticketmaster.

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