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New Music Video: Taylor Swift "Fifteen"

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Taylor Swift and her record label (Big Machine Records) have released the new video for "Fifteen" which is featured on the upcoming CD & DVD Platinum Edition of "Fearless," which drops October 27. Fans of Taylor Swift will be thrilled with the high production value of Taylor Swift's new video.

Pre-orders for the new, expanded 2-disc "Fearless" Platinum Edition have been huge for the teen country sensation. In fact, the original release has been a fixture on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart and the Billboard Country Chart for months. "Fifteen" should help drive sales of the Platinum Edition even higher, and initial fan buzz for the video is strong.

This is the cover for the Platinum Edition of Taylor Swift mega-bestseller "Fearless." The special edition CD & DVD includes 6 new songs and an amazing DVD filled with photos and tons of extra features. "Fearless" has already sold over 4 million copies.

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News: Mark Wayne Glasmire Gets 2 Preliminary Grammy Nods: Best New Artist & Song Of The Year

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Singer-songwriter Mark Wayne Glasmire received two nominations in the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards Nominating Ballot for Song Of The Year and Best New Artist. In late August, Country Chart published a well-deserved rave review of Mark Wayne Glasmire's single "Everything Is Gonna Be Alright" and the album "Life Goes On" (read it by clicking here).


"It's pretty unbelievable," said Glasmire from his home in Arlington,Texas.  "You work at your craft all of your life and then one day you wake up to good news like this. It's inspiring, for sure."

Mark Wayne Glasmire has won many awards, including first place honors in B. W. Stevenson Memorial Songwriting Competition, Dallas Songwriters Association International Songwriting Competition and GINA/LAWIM Songwriting Competition in Los Angeles California.

Members of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences may vote for Glasmire at Grammy.com. (General Field: Song Of The Year: "Everyt…