Nashville reality show features Taylor Swift song
Friday, September 21, 2007
– Taylor Swift's "A Place in This World" will be featured on the FOX TV reality show Nashville tonight at 9 p.m. eastern. The song appears on Swift's self-titled, platinum-plus debut album which recently spent number one on the Billboard Country Albums Chart for eight consecutive weeks.
"I wrote this song when I was 13 and had just moved to Nashville," said Swift. "It was tough trying to find out how I was going to get where I wanted to go. I knew where I wanted to be, but I just didn't know how to get there."
The song was co-written with Robert Orrall and Angelo.
FOX's new docu-drama, Nashville, chronicles the day-to-day lives of young talents as they search for country stardom. Among the participants are Jamey Johnson, who had a semi-hit with "The Dollar," and Chuck Wicks, who has a deal with the RCA Label Group.
The show has gotten negative reviews.
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