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Subway Duo Deliver Viral Taylor Swift ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ Violin Cover

If you have ever doubted that an edgy dubstep song could be perfectly performed by two violinists, then you'll want to watch the latest rendition of Taylor Swift's single 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' which was recently covered by two guys in their early twenties known as the Subway Violinists.

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Kevin McGuire Goes to ACMs, Family Credits Taylor Swift for His Health

A big Thank You to Taylor Swift.

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Tim McGraw Joined by Taylor Swift + Keith Urban for ‘Highway Don’t Care’ at 2013 ACM Awards

Tim McGraw performed 'Highway Don't Care' at the 2013 Academy of Country Music awards on Sunday night (April 7), and a couple of high-powered friends dropped in to help him out.

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Taylor Swift, the Band Perry Nominated for Billboard Milestone Award

Swift, The Band Perry Billboard award nominees.

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Taylor Swift to Perform at 2013 Billboard Music Awards

With Taylor Swift's popularity only growing stronger, it's no surprise that the '22' hitmaker will be performing at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards with music's hottest acts. 

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Lorrie Morgan Works On New Album With Pam Tillis, Defends Swift

Lorrie Morgan says she could write songs about her exes too. Well, that would be interesting!

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Tim McGraw Dishes on Taylor Swift’s Big Impact on Country Music

Tim McGraw says Taylor Swift is fantastic for Country Music.

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Taylor Swift Brings 7-Year-Old Sick Fan Onstage at Charlotte Show

Taylor Swift is all about her fans, but she went above and beyond to make one especially deserving fan's dream come true. At the Charlotte, N.C. stop of her Red Tour on Friday night (March 22), the singer brought a sick 7-year-old girl named Emma Routh onstage with her. It meant so much to her that Emma's family cannot stop gushing about what a heartwarming gesture the country superstar made on her behalf.

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Taylor Swift Brings Out Surprise Guest Nelly in St. Louis

Taylor Swift's surprise guest was a surprise alright!

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Young Girl Fighting Illness Meets ‘Super Nice’ Taylor Swift

Even though superstar Taylor Swift is in the midst of her 2013 Red Tour, she's not too busy to help make dreams come true, especially if they're the dreams of a brave 15-year-old girl fighting cystic fibrosis.

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