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Taylor Swift's Team Backs Up Her Story Against Big Machine Records

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Taylor Swift's Team Backs Up Her Story Against Big Machine Records

Taylor Swift's Team Backs Up Her Story Against Big Machine Records

Taylor Swift informed her fans that her old label, Big Machine Records, won’t let her perform her old songs.

According to Business Insider, the label company denied prohibiting Swift from playing the songs.

Yet Swift’s spokeswoman shared an email that supports Swift’s claims. She then shared that an independent, professional auditor determined the label owes Swift $7.9 million dollars of unpaid royalties.

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