Taylor Swift recently ditched her normal, high-production style shows, in favor of a small and intimate performance on NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ series.
According to Vulture, Swift appeared on the popular web show concert series, going back to her roots of just herself and a guitar. The unique ‘Tiny Desk’ series features music artists visiting NPR’s office, and delivering stripped down performances in the small space behind a desk in the office. For her performance, Swift chose a few songs off her recent album, Lover, as well as a classic from her Red album. “You guys ever have costume changes at Tiny Desk?” she joked after taking off a jacket before beginning her renditions of “The Man” and “Death by a Thousand Cuts.”
During the performance, Swift commented on “All Too Well,” the song chosen from her Red album. “There’s one song that I’m particularly proud of because when the Red album came out there was this one song on the album and I’m like ‘I’m the only one who likes this song this much, but it’s only because it happened to me and it’s personal.'”
What did you think about her Tiny Desk performance?
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