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Taylor Swift is backlit on stage during her concert at the Bryce Jordan Center on Saturday, Aug. 29, one of many stops on her Fearless Tour 2009, which is promoting the 19-year-old singer/songwriter's recent album, also entitled 'Fearless.' The show sold out in a mere 20 minutes according to Bryce Jordan Center Director of Sales and Marketing Bernie Punt, making it the fastest sellout in the venue's history.

Photo credit: Penn State. Taylor Swift is backlit on stage during her concert at the Bryce Jordan Center on Saturday, Aug. 29, one of many stops on her Fearless Tour 2009, which is promoting the 19-year-old singer/songwriter’s recent album, also entitled ‘Fearless.’ The show sold out in a mere 20 minutes according to Bryce Jordan Center Director of Sales and Marketing Bernie Punt, making it the fastest sellout in the venue’s history. 

An open letter to Taylor Swift in thank you for her one million dollar donation to 2016 flood stricken Louisiana people..I am a professional chess master/ author/public performer who has lived in New Orleans (and San Francisco) for half a century … long before you were born, little sister … Swiftly … I present memories aplenty that were you boosting my spirits amidst hurricane Katrina madness … the static infested battery wind up radio had Taylor Swift breaking worldwide with her around-the-clock monster hit LOVE STORY (ROMEO AND JULIET) … incredible vocal and songwriting pop genius … listening in the night, all night on the floor of my bombed out-building top floor New Orleans apartment … I was alone but never alone … sing it, Taylor! … Hillary Duff was simultaneously arriving with WAKE UP … there is a party going on … those were bubblegum but wonderful hits I gunned for in the night …When they come on in powerless helpless darkness I just got up and danced alone … your one million dollar donation to the wonderful people of Louisiana will never he forgotten. I will never live to see your entire monster career (rage on!) but say simply thanks for the memories

Jude Acers, New Orleans, Louisiana


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