64th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Album Of The Year
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Through the 64th GRAMMY Awards
"I'm intimidated by the fear of being average."
- Born Taylor Alison Swift on Dec. 13, 1989, in Reading, Pennsylvania.
- At age 16, Taylor Swift scored her first Top 40 hit with "Tim McGraw," a song featured on her 2006 eponymous debut album. Swift 2008 studio album, Fearless, was her first No. 1 album and spawned the Top 5 crossover hit "Love Story."
- Swift is the first and only woman solo artist to win the GRAMMY for Album Of The Year thrice for her solo recordings. She won the award for 2009 for Fearless, again for 2015 for 1989 and, most recently, for 2020 for Folklore.
- The singer/songwriter made her GRAMMY performance debut at the 51st GRAMMY Awards in 2009, performing "Fifteen" with Miley Cyrus.
- When she was 10, Swift penned the poem "Monster In My Closet," that won a national poetry contest.
- The GRAMMY Museum debuted The Taylor Swift Experience in 2014. The exhibit featured handwritten lyrics, photographs, a banjo she played onstage at the 54th GRAMMYs, and one of her GRAMMY Award statues.
- In 2016 Swift donated $1 million to help victims of the floods in Louisiana.