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Taylor Swift Super Saturday Concert Stream Released

03-08-2017
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Taylor Swift

(Radio.com) Last month, Taylor Swift performed at the DirectTV NOW Super Saturday Night concert, her only scheduled gig for 2017. The set included an acoustic rendition of 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever," her Zayn collaboration from the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack.

Through her partnership with AT&T, footage from the concert will appear on Taylor Swift NOW starting today. During the Houston set, Swift performed 1989 hits like 'Bad Blood" and 'Shake It Off."

Taylor Swift NOW is available on various AT&T video platforms: DirectTV channel 1113 and compatible platform apps--and it's free for some of the data network's subscribers. Read more here.

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