Taylor Swift’s Early Recordings Auctioned for $12,505: Unreleased Originals and Iconic Covers

 

A Glimpse into Swift’s Early Talent

A CD featuring some of Taylor Swift’s earliest recordings recently sold at auction for $12,505. The disc, created when Swift was just 11 years old, includes unreleased originals and covers of songs by Dolly Parton and the Chicks, providing a rare glimpse into the beginnings of her illustrious career.

Unique Auction Item

The CD, signed by Swift, was burned during her pre-fame days as she traveled to Nashville with her mother to shop her demo around. The disc includes songs like “Am I Ready For Love” by Celina Berman-Gray and an early Swift original, “Can I Go With You,” co-written with Greg McElrath. The CD also features covers of Olivia Newton-John’s “Hopelessly Devoted to You,” the Chicks’ “There’s Your Trouble,” and Dolly Parton’s “Here You Come Again.”

Swift’s Continued Dominance

Currently, Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour is captivating audiences across Europe, with upcoming performances at Principality Stadium in Cardiff and Wembley Stadium in London. Her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, continues to dominate the Billboard 200, marking her as the solo artist with the longest consecutive weeks at number one in the chart’s history.

Taylor Swift’s journey from a young girl with a dream to a global pop icon continues to inspire millions worldwide. How will her early works influence future generations of aspiring artists?