Taylor Swift is concluding the U.S. portion of her Eras tour with eight shows at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, the first of which featured another unannounced appearance last night (July 28) by longtime collaborator Aaron Dessner of the National.
During the “surprise songs” portion of the show, the artists teamed on acoustic guitars for the live debut of “Right Where You Left Me” from the deluxe edition of the 2020 album evermore, which Dessner co-produced and co-wrote.
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“Because it is one of our favorites, there’s just more pressure on it,” Swift said beforehand. “Also, this is one of the wordiest songs. I have been rehearsing this for weeks, OK? And I’ve never, ever gotten it 100% right. Not even one time. If this is the time that I get it right, you have no idea what kind of celebration I’m going to be exhibiting after that. And also, this goes for you. If you can get all the words right to this song, you get…