Taylor Swift Delighted Fans with Surprise Collaboration with Aaron Dessner, and Gracie Abrams
Taylor Swift’s recent weekend in Cincinnati, Ohio for her Eras Tour proved to be an exhilarating experience for her devoted fans, known as Swifties. During her acoustic sets, the global superstar treated the audience to the live debuts of two songs from her album “Evermore,” with the assistance of collaborators Aaron Dessner and Gracie Abrams.
“Last night was so special getting to sing ‘I miss you, I’m sorry’ with @gracieabrams in the acoustic set and bringing out @aarondessner to play ‘Ivy’ in his hometown,” Swift wrote on social media.
In addition, Swift posted several photos from her Cincinnati shows, accompanied by a message that recapped the memorable moments and hinted at what fans can anticipate in the coming week. One notable highlight was her performance of “I miss you, I’m sorry” with Gracie Abrams during the acoustic set. The duo captivated the audience with Swift on guitar and Abrams on piano. Abrams, in a heartfelt response, expressed her eternal gratitude to Swift for the unforgettable experience.
Aaron Dessner from The National, the collaborator behind “Evermore,” joined Swift on stage to play the song “Ivy.” Dessner, visibly moved by the experience, shared a video of the performance on Instagram, expressing his gratitude to Swift and her fans for their unwavering support.
Swift concluded her show by expressing her anticipation for the release of “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” on July 7th, just a few days away. She reflected on the pride and joy she feels in re-recording her past albums and shared her excitement to celebrate “Speak Now” with the addition of six extra songs from the vault.