Taylor Swift Teases NPR Tiny Desk Concert On Twitter: See The Photos
By Paris Close
October 12, 2019
Taylor Swift will be performing a Tiny Desk Concert!
On Friday (October 11), images surfaced on social media of what appeared from the songbird’s visit to Washington, D.C., where Swift performed a few of her greatest hits at NPR. As revealed by Swift fandom accounts on Twitter, among the records on the 29-year-old’s setlist for the show included “The Man,” “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” “Lover,” and “All Too Well.”
The artist eventually confirmed her intimate performance on Twitter. "Tiny desk, BIG mood. Thank you @NPR for that awesome experience, I can’t wait to relive it when #tinydesk comes out!" she tweeted.
NPR Music video producer Morgan Noelle Smith also reflected on Swift’s Tiny Desk appearance on Instagram. “Today I met Taylor Swift. She complimented my makeup and we were wearing matching blazers,” she captioned a pic from the presentation. “We have a lot of people who come to perform at the desk, but it is SO humbling to see someone as famous, as huge, as ICONIC as Taylor Swift just come in, sit behind the desk, and play her music the same way it was written… just her on a guitar and at the piano.”
In related news, Swift has been billed to perform at the 2019 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour presented by Capital One, kicking off on December 1 in Tampa, Florida, which will continue across the US throughout December including Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, Atlanta, and Miami.
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