Pittsburgh PA (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
Following up on the enormous commercial success of 2010's Speak Now album, Taylor Swift has released her new album, titled Red. As part of the year-long promotional festivities, Swift will tour the United States in 2013. Four singles were released in the months leading up to the album's release, three of which were honored with slots in the top ten list of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. In addition to exploring new music genres, Swifts new album features guest performances by popular artists Ed Sheeran and Gary Lightbody.
In all, the Red Tour will feature Taylor Swift tickets for 58 shows across 29 of the United States. Of these shows, nine will be performed in major sports stadiums, including Pittsburgh's Heinz Field and Boston's Gillette Stadium. Tickets are scheduled to enter the public sale on November 16, but those shut out of the public sale can still avoid missing out on the tour by purchasing tickets at secondary ticket reseller sites like HeadlineTickets.com. One of the advantages of relying on such sites is that they typically offer the lowest final prices on Taylor Swift tickets after fees and other charges and the the ability to choose one's section and row.
The Red Tour follows Swift's enormous success in her Speak Now Tour, one of 2011's best-selling world music tours. Fans were treated to multiple regional artist covers as part of her shows, as well as frequent special guests that shared the stage with the young country music phenomenon. Taylor Swift tickets are expected to sell out rapidly for multiple tour stops, which include cities like:
St. Louis, MO
According to Swift during an exclusive live webchat announcing her new album, Red, the album features tracks emotionally charged by the artist's “tumultuous, crazy, insane, intense, semi-toxic relationships” she experienced over the past couple of years, echoing her most publicly covered relationships with stars like Jake Gyllenhaal, John Mayer, and Joe Jonas.
Taylor Swift got her start in country music at the age of fourteen, when she moved to Nashville, Tennessee to become the youngest songwriter to ever land a contract with Sony/ATV Music publishing house. Her debut album released in 2006 was met with critical acclaim, one of the reasons she was honored in the 2008 Grammy Awards with a Best New Artist nomination. Her third single titled “Our Song” quickly rose to number one on the country music chart, also making her the youngest performer to ever reach such heights in history.
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