After Taylor Swift’s sold out RED World Tour show at the Pepsi Center Sunday night, it might be tough to settle for bands that walk out onto the stage and just perform. From the moment Swift began belting out the vocally demanding “State of Grace,” one of 12 from the 17-song set list that came from the new album, “Red,” Swift put the crowd on notice that she’s making the transition from girl next door to coolly calculating commercial artist.
Some of us don’t have the privilege of littering the nighttime streets of Denver for New Year’s Eve. We could be short on cash, don’t have a sitter sitter, a lack of planning or a combination of all. Don’t fret, the booze is much cheaper at your house. Trust me. Who needs amateur hour when you have Carson Daly and Ryan Seacrest to ring in the new year? So, relax and enjoy the festivities from your own abode with the help of Reverb’s New Year’s Eve 2012 TV guide.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Prosecutors on Thursday declined to pursue a criminal trespassing charge against a Wisconsin man arrested earlier this month for climbing a fence at a Nashville home linked to country star Taylor Swift.
Jacob Kulke, of Marshfield, Wis., will remain in jail in Nashville as he is fighting extradition to Colorado for probation violation. Kulke did not appear in court during his Thursday hearing. The 24-year-old Kulke was arrested Dec. 14 after climbing a fence and a gate at a home in Belle Meade that has been publicly linked to Swift.
Taylor Swift’s charity this year went beyond dating barely legal boybanders. She also gave $4 million to the Country Hall of Fame Museum, a donation big enough to earn her the honor of the this year’s top “celeb gone good” by DoSomething.org.