It's not an accident that the group's name is identical to Bob Dylan's "We couldn't figure out a name so Brian came up with the idea," Liles said in a 2009 interview with The Boot."He was going through some discographies and he threw that out there and we were like, ' That's it!The song is heavy on acoustic guitar and is a crossover hit in the making.Two songs on the album pay tribute to those closest to Taylor.Love and Theft is the country duo of Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson, but the group first began as a trio.Stephen, Eric and Brian Bandas met in Nashville, Tennessee and formed Love and Theft in 2006. The group's sound was largely inspired by the church music they all grew up singing.No idea what that point is, but like I said earlier-- Taylor is back.The end of the video features all of the old Taylors-- surprise face Taylor, country Taylor, victim Taylor and even the Taylor that said, "I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative."Welcome, new Taylor.
As with her debut, Swift wrote or co-wrote all thirteen tracks on Fearless.
“Love Story”, the debut track from the album, spins the tragic tale of Romeo & Juliet to end happily ever after while “White Horse”, a song that was featured on the season premiere of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, is a tale of realizing a relationship isn’t going to have a happy ending.
Taylor’s songwriting ability again shines but also shows maturity with lines like Taylor again wrote or co-wrote every song on the album, this time paring with names like John Rich and Colbie Caillat.
' That was way better than some of the other names we had ...
which were the Vinyl Sons and the 84s."The trio was referred to Lyric Street Records after performing for ASCAP executives, and they were signed to Carolwood Records, Lyric Street's sister label, in 2009. Love and Theft parted ways with their label not much later and started working on their third, self-released album, They released the lead single, "Night That You'll Never Forget," in early 2014.