Taylor Swift Makes Surprise Appearance at Small Nashville Club

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Wiseman reportedly said, "I got her a shot of Fireball, and then I got her another one", adding, "For the rest of the party, I would go get a shot of Fireball ... and snake my hand through the people (on this balcony) in her general direction".

Taylor Swift swapped her big-city sound for some good old-fashioned country this weekend in a surprise performance at the Nashville café where she launched her career.

"For old times' sake", as Wiseman said, he brought out tiny bottles of Fireball for himself and Swift. The audience at the Tennessee café was surprised to see Swift for two reasons. "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", Swift said.

After that story he handed the 10-time Grammy victor a small bottle of Fireball, which she then shot back. For her part, Swift won't have too much longer before she's back in the spotlight in a major way―her Reputation tour is scheduled to start on May 8.

"This is the song I nearly wrote with Craig Wiseman", Swift told the crowd. At one point, the legendary songwriter joked that he would sell the empty bottles from which Swift drank, and donate the money to charity.

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When Swift's first clip was shared, fans immediately took notice of the "J" necklace around her neck and many pointed out online that the "J" stood for her boyfriend, actor Joe Alwyn, who Swift has been dating since at least early a year ago.

Swift has previously echoed Kiyoko's sentiments in her own way. Swift recalled inviting Wiseman to co-write a song when she was 17, which he declined. "I thought there was something to it".

The "Delicate" singer joined country songwriter Craig Wiseman for a performance that celebrated the Bluebird's 35th anniversary. It's the same spot where she was discovered in 2005 and signed to her first recording contract.

"Sure, I'd love for people to just like me, and my music". Tickets are available now through Ticketmaster.

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