The new 24/7 station dedicated to Taylor Swift is now available to stream via the Nova website and Nova Player app.
In a genius move, Melbourne radio station Nova 100 has launched a 24/7 channel dedicated to Taylor Swift, cleverly titled Nova (Taylor’s Version).
Mumbrella reports that the new 24/7 station is now available to stream via the Nova website and Nova Player app. It’s the destination to be ahead of Taylor Swift’s upcoming sold-out Eras tour of Australia.
On Friday, 8 December, Nova will also host a “major giveaway” related to Taylor Swift. A representative for Nova commented in a statement to Mumbrella, “We all love Taylor and can’t wait for her to make her way here next year. Nova (Taylor’s Version) will be the perfect playlist for fans to countdown to her The Eras Tour concert dates.”
Taylor Swift begins her Eras Australian tour on Friday, 16 February, playing three nights at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), followed by four nights at Sydney’s Accor Stadium starting Friday, 23 February 2024. She is poised to break records at both venues.
The Melbourne show on 18 February will mean that Swift is the first artist since Madonna in 1993 to achieve three sold-out nights at the 100,000-capacity stadium. In Sydney, on 26 February, the fourth show at the 83,000-capacity venue will be the first time an artist has performed four nights running. Swift will be joined by special guest Sabrina Carpenter on all dates.
Head here to learn everything you need about Swift’s upcoming Australian tour.
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Taylor Swift recently released 1989 (Taylor’s Version), a release The Music reviewer Tione Zylstra called “the mature older sister to 1989 (stolen version). You can tell, simply through her vocals, how Swift has grown over the years, both in confidence and talent.”
The Taylor’s Version project exists for Swift to reclaim the rights to her discography after the masters for her first six albums were sold to Shamrock Holdings in November 2020.
Swift has already re-recorded Speak Now, 1989, Fearless and Red, and only has Reputation and her self-titled debut to go.