Let’s get it clear from the outset, Taylor Swift’s fourth studio album Red is about as steeped in the Nashville sound as Beethoven’s fifth symphony, though she’s become less of a country music singer with every album since her eponymous debut record in 2006. The pop crossover was essentially complete when Big Machine Records brought

Taylor Swift abandons any pretense that she’s a teen on her second album, FEARLESS–which isn’t to say that she suddenly tarts herself up, running away from her youth in a manner that’s all too familiar to many teen stars. Swift’s maturation is deliberate and careful, styled after the crossover country-pop of Shania Twain and Faith

Taylor Swift has unveiled the track list for her highly anticipated third album “Speak Now,” which hits stores Oct. 25. The 14-song set will include first single “Mine” as well as “Innocent,” the song Swift penned about last year’s run-in with Kanye West and premiered at the MTV VMAs earlier this month. Swift told her