Taylor Swift is slated to appear in her hometown of Nashville on June 13.
Itís hard to blame her. In a little less than four hours, the 15-year-old sophomore will take the stage with Toby Keith at a press conference in downtown Nashville announcing her as one of the first artists signed to a new, joint-venture record label started by superstar Toby Keith and veteran label executive Scott Borchetta. But it isnít the glare of the national media spotlight or the fact that she will be taking pictures with the sometimes imposing Keith that has the butterflies fluttering in her stomach.
Itís the car ride over.
“I can drive in a straight line and turn,” admits Taylor, who is scheduled to get her license in a few months. “But I donít like arrows and lines. And I donít like stop signs. The whole bigger car rule definitely applies when I drive.”