Taylor Swift He is a global star. The 33-year-old singer has dominated the music industry thanks to her chart-topping albums and world tours. Taylor has sold over 200 million records, and has received countless accolades at the Grammy Awards, CMAs, and more. Throughout this incredible success, Taylor has remained grounded and humble thanks to the strong relationship she has with her parents. Scott And Andrea Swift. Her parents have been spotted on the epic “Eras Tour” for several concerts. Scott even linked up with Taylor’s new boyfriend, the Kansas City Chiefs player Travis KelseyAt Taylor’s show in Argentina on November 11.
It was reported that Taylor’s parents will meet Travis’ parents, Ed Kelsey And Donna Kelseyat Chiefs-Eagles on Nov. 20, but now that Taylor can’t attend the game, it’s unclear if those plans have changed.
Taylor’s mother and father have been supportive of her musical endeavors from the beginning. In fact, the family that also includes Taylor’s brother Austin Swift, 31 – She moved to Tennessee when Taylor was 14 so she could pursue her dreams of becoming a singer. Below, get to know Taylor’s parents and the close bond they share with their superstar daughter.
Scott, 71, is Taylor’s father. He was born in Pennsylvania on March 5, 1952, a son Archie Dean Swift Jr And Rose Baldi Douglas. He graduated from the University of Delaware in 1974 and became a stockbroker, eventually founding the SWIFT Group as part of Merrill Lynch. Scott married Andrea in 1988, and they welcomed Taylor the following year. In 1992, their son Austin was born.
Scott raised his children in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, until Taylor expressed an interest in pursuing music. When she was 14, Scott decided to transfer to Merrill Lynch’s Nashville office, and the family moved to Hendersonville, Tennessee. This big move allowed Taylor to break into the country music industry, and as we now know, it all paid off. “I knew I was the reason they moved,” Taylor said in a previous interview. Self. “But they tried not to put any pressure on me. They would say, ‘Well, we need a change of scenery anyway,’ and ‘I like how friendly people are in Tennessee.'”
As Taylor’s career took off, Scott stayed home working and caring for Austin, while Andrea traveled with their daughter on tour. “She was always singing music when she was 3, 5, 6, 7 years old,” Scott told the University of Delaware. udaily In 2009. “It’s Taylor doing what she loves to do.”
For the past decade, Scott has continued to support Taylor until she achieved success that no one could have imagined. Scott appeared briefly in Taylor’s 2020 Netflix documentary Miss Americana. In one scene, Scott shared his concerns with Taylor about the singer expressing her political views ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. “I’ve read in full [statement] And… now, I’m terrified. “I’m the guy who went out and bought armored cars,” Scott said in the document. diverse. Taylor eventually came forward with this statement, which marked her first time speaking publicly about politics since becoming famous.
Amidst Taylor’s romance with Travis Kelce, The NFL tight end was seen watching her party in Buenos Aires with Scott on November 11. And when Taylor changed the lyrics of her song “Karma” to include a line about the Chiefs player, her father was seen playfully tapping him on the shoulder.
Andrea, 65, is the proud mother of Taylor and Austin. She was born on January 10, 1958 Robert Bruce Finlay And marjorie finley, Who was an opera singer and television personality. As we mentioned before, Andrea married Scott in 1988 and they welcomed their two children over the next four years. When Taylor was 11 years old, Andrea took her daughter to Nashville to visit record companies. “My mom waited in the car with my little brother while I knocked on doors up and down Music Row,” Taylor said. Entertainment Weekly In 2008. “I would say, ‘Hi, I’m Taylor. “I’m 11 years old; I want a record deal. Call me.” Taylor wasn’t as lucky, but she eventually excelled in her talent once she learned how to play the guitar. “She came back from that trip to Nashville and realized she needed to be different, and part of that was learning guitar,” Andrea said. Electronic warfare. “That was all he took. Never say never or I can’t do it to Taylor.” After Taylor turned 14, Andrea and Scott moved their family to Tennessee, and Taylor’s country music career officially began.
However, Andrea and Scott never told Taylor that the reason they were moving was to further her career. “I never wanted to make that move about her doing that,” Andrea explained. Electronic warfare. “Because what a terrible thing it would be if it didn’t happen, to have to endure that kind of guilt or pressure.” As we know, Taylor started to have huge success in Nashville, which led to Andrea joining her daughter on tour and helping her finish high school on the road while Scott and Austin stayed home.
Taylor has always had a close relationship with her mother. So much so that the singer dedicated her 2008 song “The Best Day” to her mother. “I wrote it in the summer, and I recorded it secretly as well,” Taylor said in a previous interview. “I had this idea that I wanted to play it for her at Christmas. So, when I got the song, I lip-synced all these home videos from when I was a little kid to go with the song like a music video and I played it for her on Christmas Eve and she was crying her eyes out.”
Another song Taylor wrote for her mother was 2019’s “Soon You’ll Be Better,” which is about Andrea’s cancer diagnosis. Taylor first revealed her mother’s cancer diagnosis in an emotional Tumblr post in 2015. Then, in March 2019, she said deer Magazine that the cancer has returned. During Andrea’s second battle with cancer, doctors discovered a brain tumor, which Taylor publicly revealed diverse before release Miss Americana. ““Everyone loves their mom, everyone has an important mom,” Taylor said. “But for me, she’s really the guiding force. Almost every decision I make, I talk to her about it first. So obviously it was a really big thing for her to talk about her illness.”
Like her father, Andrea has been seen several times on the “Tour of the Ages”. The two were seen spending some quality time together throughout the tour. On Mother’s Day 2023, Taylor performed “The Best Day” as her surprise song in Philadelphia and dedicated the performance to her mother.