Taylor Swift notches another chart topper
Monday, March 30, 2009
– Taylor Swift notches the fourth number one country single. White Horse,
from Swift's triple-platinum Big Machine Records sophomore album "Fearless," claims the top spot atop the USA Today/Country Aircheck chart (powered by Mediabase), reaching a radio audience of more than 34 million listeners this week alone. Swift's run of number 1s began in 2007 when Our Song
spent 6 weeks at number 1. Also this week, Taylor surpassed the 200 million mark for music streams on MySpace.
Swift will appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for a performance and interview this Thursday, April 2. She will perform an outdoor set as part of the Tonight Show's Concert Series. shows airs nationwide on NBC at 11:30 p.m. eastern/Pacific.
Swift will take the stage live at Las Vegas on Sunday, April 5, for a performance on the Academy of Country Music Awards telecast. She is nominated for Album of the Year (nominated as both artist and producer), Top Female Vocalist and Video of the Year.
While on the West Coast this week, Swift will attend the premiere of "Hannah Montana: The Movie." Swift makes a cameo appearance in the film, performing her original song Crazier. She also contributed the song You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home (performed by Montana) to the film and soundtrack.
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