Eric Church's Taylor Swift story
We chatted with Eric Church last week about his show at Country Thunder USA next Thursday. The conversation as expected turned back to his 2006 firing by Rascal Flatts. The move changed the direction of his career, all for the better, he says. Here’s some of our conversation:
“Yeah. We played…
@taylorswift13: New Zealand, thank you for your loud crowds and for days like this.
i think the two most important rules of fandom are
- don’t judge the fandom by the fan
- don’t judge the fan by the fandom
If you wanted to write something or create something and you wanted inspiration, the way that I do it is if I want to tell someone something, if I’ve got something on my mind and I REALLY want someone to know something but I’m too scared to tell them in person…writing a song is like saying anything you wanted to say to that person, and then being able to push pause on the moment and not see their reaction. Writing songs is like writing everything you wanted to say to the person that you secretly are in love with. Or someone who absolutely broke your heart and you never told them that was a really terrible thing to do. Or someone that you miss that you’re not allowed to miss because they are bad for you. It’s like writing all of those things down and putting it in a bottle and throwing it out into the ocean, and maybe someday they’ll hear it and they’ll know it, but maybe they won’t. And maybe that’s a really cowardly way to live your life, or maybe it’s the bravest possible way to live your life. And I’m not quite sure if I know which one it is.
Taylor walking through the crowd! (x)