Taylor Swift plays surprise set, does Fireball shots in Nashville

Taylor Swift plays surprise set, does Fireball shots in Nashville

Taylor Swift plays surprise set, does Fireball shots in Nashville

She just returned to her hometown to give a little surprise performance for some unsuspecting fans.

Swift will return to Nashville this summer when she brings the Reputation tour to Nissan Stadium on August 25. We all know that after the Calvin Harris/Kim Kardashian/Kanye West debacle, Taylor recoiled into hiding and hasn't been seen much since.

Taylor made a surprise appearance at Nashville's Bluebird Cafe last night to what The Tennessean described as a roughly 40 patron Easter eve crowd.

She may have done her time on the Disney Channel, but that's as close as 26-year-old Angeleno Hayley Kiyoko likes to hew to the standard pop backstory.

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Small bottles of Fireball was then pulled out by Wiseman, and the duo indulged in a shot together, the outlet said. I literally looked at them and was like, um, yeah ... These days Swift's country performances are nearly as rare as her club shows.

The best and possibly catchiest example of Music City's three chords and the truth in her catalog, Swift said, is her "Shake It Off". I don't know if it is being taken out of context or what, but if you read the interview itself, I don't believe she was calling Taylor unoriginal or boy insane. At one point, the legendary songwriter joked that he would sell the empty bottles from which Swift drank, and donate the money to charity. They wrote a different song, but Swift went home and finished writing her original idea.

The fan's comment read: 'I think people are actually misinterpreting the quote. "This is the song I nearly wrote with Craig Wiseman", she said. The club is where Big Machine's Scott Borchetta saw the musician perform as a teenager and offered her a publishing deal. When she arrived, he showed her around, pointing out the bar and offering wine, but apparently what she was really interested in was access to the Fireball Whisky shot room.

Swift's performance was reportedly filmed for a documentary in honor of the Bluebird Cafe's 35th anniversary.

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