Taylor Swift Interrupted; Canadian Country Awards; James Hand In Studio 1A

Brody Vercher | September 14th, 2009

  1. Dr. No
    September 14, 2009 at 11:16 am

    I think the whole Kanye/Beyonce/Swift thing was a publicity stunt to boost sales for all parties involved. It seemed all too scripted. Controversy sells and each one has their own demographic they sell too.

    Consider last year’s Eminem/Bruno “fight.” It may headlines the following day and then Eminem revealed that it was all scripted.

  2. Dr. No
    September 14, 2009 at 11:17 am

    Misspelled words in my previous post “too” should have been “to,” and “may” should have been “made.”

  3. Andrew
    September 14, 2009 at 11:17 am

    Kanye’s an idiot and it was another stupid publicity stunt, but it’s probably going to give Taylor a nice boost. Suddenly she’s a sympathetic figure even for people who don’t particularly care for her music.

  4. Jim Malec
    September 14, 2009 at 11:20 am

    While everyone is jumping on the “Kanye’s an idiot” bandwagon, I’m going to take what may be an unpopular position: What he said was right, although he was out of place to say it.

  5. Drew
    September 14, 2009 at 11:21 am

    Wow, talk about a classless move by Kanye West. Pretty sure Kelly Clarkson and Pink said it better than I could in their blogs:

    http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/index.php/2009/09/14/kelly-clarkson-pink-katy-perry-lash-out-at-kanye-for-outburst/

  6. Drew
    September 14, 2009 at 11:23 am

    James Hand sounds much, much better on his album. That 1A performance was very shaky, and you really need to hear the production of his songs to appreciate them even more.

  7. Cardsgal
    September 14, 2009 at 11:31 am

    I don’t normally advocate violence, but someone really needs to beat the crap out of Kanye West. As Katy Perry said, “It’s like he stepped on a kitten.” And Taylor has more talent in one of her curls than that hack has ever had…

  8. Jessica
    September 14, 2009 at 11:41 am

    Kanye disses the President, nothing much happens. Kanye disses Taylor Swift – the world comes to an end & people are ready to put up their fists and fight. Pretty sad I must say.

    I haven’t heard about James Hand or even Johnny Reid until now. Thanks for telling us about 2 musicians I need to check out. :)

  9. Rick
    September 14, 2009 at 11:44 am

    I can’t wait to hear what Noeller has to say about the Canadian Music Awards winners. Also, its nice to see Crystal Shawanda is still going strong up north after disappearing down here in the States. Thanmks for the Corb Lund song link as its good stuff as usual. Corb always puts on an entertaining live show (well, except for the hockey talk) and I’m glad he likes to book gigs here in Los Angeles.

    I hope James Hand sounds better when he’s on The Midnite Jamboree” (Occctober 10) than that studio performance. I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt.

    I hear rumors that the Americana Roots Roundtable podcast is really popular in the White House and among Congressional Democrats! In fact its inspired Obama, Joe Biden, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi to start their own Americana garage band! They’ve appropriately named themselves “The Band Of Morons”…

  10. Michael
    September 14, 2009 at 11:53 am

    I’m not a huge fan of Taylor Swift by any means, but I couldn’t even imagine the mortification I would feel as an awkward 17 year old if someone did that to me on stage. I’m team Taylor on this one.

  11. Leeann Ward
    September 14, 2009 at 12:11 pm

    Taylor is nineteen though, but her age doesn’t matter. That was a classless thing for him to do to anyone. It doesn’t make Taylor better, but it makes him look like a loose cannon, something he’s already proven time and again.

  12. Michael
    September 14, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    Oops. Sorry, I’m obviously not a big enough fan to even know her age. :) But yes, Leann, that was my point. Even if Beyonce’s video was better (and I think it was), you just don’t do that to someone who has won an award. Obviously some people felt Taylor deserved it and I’m sure she did work hard on it. This tainted her moment.

  13. Pierce
    September 14, 2009 at 12:38 pm

    Jim, I’m going to have to really disagree. I’m not a Swift apologist, but her videos are well-made.

    Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” video features Beyonce and two other women dancing… that’s it. Sure, the choreography is “hot” but it wasn’t all that creative. One of the best music videos of all-time? Hardly.

    I’m also skeptical like Dr No. The VMAs are never about the awards… they are about the so-called “explosive” moments. Every VMA has one and without it, the VMAs are un-newsworthy and useless.

    For Swift, it makes her look like the victim and people jump to her defense.

    For Beyonce, it makes her look good because she gave Swift the spotlight she deserved.

    For Kanye, I doubt any of his fan base cared all that much and he gets his name on all the front pages.

    The VMA pictures/coverage of the “outburst” on their website is so polished that it makes me wonder.

    Another object of note: I noticed how almost every media outlet reported an uproaring of boos when Kanye made his statement… but after reviewing the tape, I thought there was an equal reaction between cheers and boos.

    Wow… I’ve wasted way too many words on this topic. Done now.

  14. Steve from Boston
    September 14, 2009 at 12:38 pm

    “Loose cannon” is putting it kindly. ;)

    Not a fan of Taylor’s music either, but she certainly did nothing to deserve that boorish interuption from West.

  15. Sam G
    September 14, 2009 at 12:40 pm

    Regardless of which video was better, MTV’s target demographic of teenaged white girls probably thought Taylor Swift’s video was the best ever, and that’s what counts (for MTV, at least).

  16. Noeller
    September 14, 2009 at 12:50 pm

    Hi Rick – didn’t watch the show last night, but from the looks of the winner’s list, it would appear the the voters got things right.

    -Was great to see Crystal get the Female Artist award. There’s a lot of undeserved buzz around BC’s Jessie Farrell and I was concerned that she might get the hometown-discount win this time around. To see her shut out last night was basically the highlight of the evening. If not for low-cut shirts and Chad Kroeger, I’m not sure she’d have a career. Good for Crystal, who can REALLY wail!!

    -I’m not a huge Johnny Reid by any means, but he’s the best pure singer we have in Canada right now. He’s not Country by a long shot, but of the guys out there, it was his time to win. Next year will likely be a huge year for both Gord Bamford and Corb Lund, with the CCMAs being in Edmonton.

    -Great to see Doc Walker pick up group of the year. I was terrified that our national embarrassment, Emerson Drive, might have a lot of votes, but luckily the voters once again got it right. As far as pure talent, fantastically written songs, tight harmonies and musicianship, Doc Walker is it in Can Country. There’s Doc – and then a long list of followers.

  17. JD
    September 14, 2009 at 1:04 pm

    OK, I’ll bite…… who the hell is Kaney West?

  18. Marc
    September 14, 2009 at 1:17 pm

    ..and the fact that you are all talking about an event that happened on a pointless show on a non-music channel shows you all eating out of their proverbial hands….

  19. Rich
    September 14, 2009 at 1:25 pm

    Songwriters of the year for “A woman like you”????

    You have got to be kidding me! That’s some deep stuff. Makes a Rascal Flatts song seem like Dylan wrote it.

  20. Jim Malec
    September 14, 2009 at 1:31 pm

    The video wasn’t one of the best ever, but Kanye’s implication was that Swift’s shouldn’t have won. And I agree with him–although it is, of course, an entirely subjective opinion.

  21. Steve M.
    September 14, 2009 at 1:37 pm

    The problem with West’s putdown was that it wasn’t nearly as funny as Charley Rich’s to John Denver.

  22. Leeann Ward
    September 14, 2009 at 1:43 pm

    Charlie Rich’s was only funny since he wasn’t exactly a shining example of traditional country music himself. Otherwise, he wasn’t funny either.

  23. Noelle
    September 14, 2009 at 1:49 pm

    Rich – Woman Like You was an alright song. Probably not better than Brothers, but it was good.

    Should have mentioned before that the only real injustice was Canadian Idol finalist Tara Oram winning Best New Artist over Dean Brody and Jo Hikk, who are both far superior acts.

  24. stormy
    September 14, 2009 at 1:55 pm

    Jim: A subjective opinion to be sure, but one backed up by the fact that the Beyonce video in question also won for best overall video. How a video can be the best overall video without being the best female video is probably a question best left unanswered.

  25. stormy
    September 14, 2009 at 2:03 pm

    JD
    September 14, 2009 at 1:04 pm Permalink OK, I’ll bite…… who the hell is Kaney West?

    Someone whose songs Gary Allen should cover. He would do an awesome Heartless or On My Way Home.

  26. Karlie
    September 14, 2009 at 2:11 pm

    Stormy–I was wondering the same thing. Seems like a Best Overall Video winner would win in every other “Best _____ Video” category it was in.

  27. Razor X
    September 14, 2009 at 2:17 pm

    Kanye’s an idiot and it was another stupid publicity stunt, but it’s probably going to give Taylor a nice boost. Suddenly she’s a sympathetic figure even for people who don’t particularly care for her music.

    As one of those who doesn’t particularly care for Taylor’s music, I could not agree more. She didn’t deserve that kind of treatment. I don’t think it was a publicity stunt, because if you watch the tape, it’s pretty obvious that she just didn’t know what to do. And who would, under the circumstances?

    While everyone is jumping on the “Kanye’s an idiot” bandwagon, I’m going to take what may be an unpopular position: What he said was right, although he was out of place to say it.

    I might have agreed with this statement had this happened at a country music awards show, rather than the VMAs, which seems to me to be an appropriate venue for Taylor’s music. Her music is not something I would listen to by choice, but neither would I listen to any of the other nominees on the program. Classless move by Kanye West. Kudos to Beyonce, though for being gracious enough to acknowledge Taylor when she collected her own trophy.

  28. Leeann Ward
    September 14, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    Personally, I don’t think for a minute that it was a publicity stunt on Taylor’s end, but could have very well been from Kanye, at least as much as it was a way for him to be in the news cycle somehow.

  29. stormy
    September 14, 2009 at 2:41 pm

    If it wasn’t scripted how did they know in advance that Beyonce was going to win the award and why was Taylor wandering around backstage with a microphone?

  30. Razor X
    September 14, 2009 at 2:52 pm

    I didn’t watch the show, but what makes you think anyone knew in advance that Beyonce was going to win? Or that Taylor was wandering around backstage with a microphone?

  31. Tom
    September 14, 2009 at 3:02 pm

    and the award goes….! hang on there – mr. west what would you say …? – welcome to the future.

  32. Truersound
    September 14, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    I read that article with amusement, and this especially cracked me up

    @johnrich KanyeWest is a lowlife. He needs to have his @@@ kicked in the middle of the stage! What a piece of @@@@!!! Go TAYLOR SWIFT

    Who else would love to see a John Rich/Kanye fist fight. Or at the very least some kind of trainwreck reality show.

  33. Cardsgal
    September 14, 2009 at 3:08 pm

    Stormy — MTV producers asked Taylor to stay close backstage, and told her that Beyonce might want to acknowledge her if/when she won an award. I’m sure producers were scrambling to make up for this idiot’s outburst.

  34. Cardsgal
    September 14, 2009 at 3:10 pm

    Truersound — The only bad thing about a John Rich/Kanye West beatdown would be that one of them would “win.” On further thought, I can’t see any downside to them pummeling the stuffing out of each other.

  35. Dan Milliken
    September 14, 2009 at 3:17 pm

    I don’t know if anyone knew that Beyonce was going to win, but we know from reports that Beyonce had someone arrange for Taylor to be backstage with mic in case she did win.

    Incidentally, I agree with Jim that Beyonce’s video is better, although I do like Taylor’s. I think a lot of people hold that position – the whole room of people I was with did, at least. But that’s obviously no excuse for interrupting an acceptance speech, particularly in such a brash manner.

  36. Nicolas
    September 14, 2009 at 3:17 pm

    Kanye needs to get a f’ing life, I’m tired of hearing about that piece of trash. I think its unbelieveably sweet what Beyonce did for Taylor, letting her come back out to have her moment. =)

    And thats great that Crystal Shawanda won Female Vocalist =D She’s quite awesome

  37. stormy
    September 14, 2009 at 3:42 pm

    Razor X
    September 14, 2009 at 2:52 pm Permalink I didn’t watch the show, but what makes you think anyone knew in advance that Beyonce was going to win? Or that Taylor was wandering around backstage with a microphone?

    It apparently took her about 4 seconds to walk out from backstage (rather than the audience) with a microphone in her hand.

  38. the pistolero
    September 14, 2009 at 3:53 pm

    The VMAs are never about the awards… they are about the so-called “explosive” moments. Every VMA has one and without it, the VMAs are un-newsworthy and useless.
    I really hope this was not one of those scripted explosive moments. I’d hate to think Taylor Swift would throw away her dignity and allow herself to be belittled like that.

  39. Vicki
    September 14, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    I agree with Jim here. What Kanye did was disrespectful and he needed his A** kicked, but he had a point. Taylor is in this twilight zone. Real pop/rock/rap people can’t seem to touch her and Country people can’t seem to touch her. It’s her and her fans against what’s left of the music world. She’s too pop for country and too country for pop.

  40. idlewildsouth
    September 14, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    I think Kanye West’s little thing last night was pretty uncalled for, but I’m not really all that upset about it. Honestly, it doesn’t bother me that much. Kanye West behaved like an ignorant jackass? Of course he did. He was in public. I think it would serve everyone best to shrug him off as soon as possible and move on.

  41. the pistolero
    September 14, 2009 at 4:16 pm

    Taylor is in this twilight zone. Real pop/rock/rap people can’t seem to touch her and Country people can’t seem to touch her. It’s her and her fans against what’s left of the music world. She’s too pop for country and too country for pop.

    You’re exactly right…but it would seem to me, after having watched the video, that the above sentiments and Kanye West’s “point,” whatever it might have been, had absolutely nothing to do with each other.

  42. Chris D.
    September 14, 2009 at 4:21 pm

    It would be different if Beyonce didn’t win Video of the Year, but she did- and that’s a better award than Female Video of the Year anyway. I did like Beyonce’s reaction to it all, letting Taylor come back on stage and stuff- Kanye’s just stupid.

    I don’t think Taylor would ever support a stunt like that, and Kanye was booted out of the show as a result- definitely not scripted.

  43. Marc
    September 14, 2009 at 4:58 pm

    Kanye? Taylor? Badonkadonkce? One answer:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLG2jaVdUMo

    (And I like Kanye’s first album, quite a bit)

  44. Vicki
    September 14, 2009 at 5:02 pm

    I may be mistaken but I believe Kanye’s point was to let people see that Beyonce had a much better song that represents the pop/rap world. He couldn’t figure out why a country singer was even getting an MTV award when it’s a totally different genre with awards of their own. He went about expressing his opinion in a totally immature way but I believe that’s what he was stating. If I’m wrong and he thought he would get support for his antics, he was definitely out in left field.

  45. the pistolero
    September 14, 2009 at 5:07 pm

    I believe Kanye’s point was to let people see that Beyonce had a much better song that represents the pop/rap world.

    Could be; but he didn’t say anything about the song itself, just the video.

  46. Mayor Jobob
    September 14, 2009 at 5:22 pm

    get the album “Come together”. The country tribute to the Beatles. For that matter, get “Stone Country” The country tribute to the Rolling Stones. Have you ever heard Tracy Lawrence’s version of Paint It, Black? Awesome.

  47. Jessica
    September 14, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    Jessica… it’s because nobody cares about Kanye’s opinion, especially when it comes to politics. They care about somebody insulting their favorite artist. Obama is an actual classy fella, Kanye is a bum. People caring that Kanye disses Obama is kind of like you being a doctor and caring that a plumber tells you you’re “doing the surgery wrong, try it like this next time.”

  48. Lucas
    September 14, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    Whoops, sorry… I started typing that message in the Name box on accident, and never changed it, ha.

  49. Leeann Ward
    September 14, 2009 at 6:54 pm

    Lucas,
    I thought Jessica was actually referring to what Kanye said about Bush after the hurricane mishandling.

  50. Leeann Ward
    September 14, 2009 at 7:03 pm

    Yeah, I doubt that Kanye was making any deep, intelligent statement. He was simply trying to grab some spotlight and shooting his mouth off.

    Stormy, I think Dan answered the microphone accusation. Just because Beyonce arranged ahead of time for Taylor to come out if she won the video award, does not mean that the whole Kanye thing was staged. It makes since that Beyonce would have time to plan what her coarse of action would be if she happened to win the next award that she was up for. Of course she would. That doesn’t make her gesture any less classy or prove, in the least, that Taylor had anything to do with the interruption.

  51. Stormy
    September 14, 2009 at 8:31 pm

    Okay, so I am supposed to believe that this is the only moment in the entire history of the VMAs which was not scripted? Its kind of their legacy.

  52. Nicolas
    September 14, 2009 at 10:15 pm

    I doubt this was scripted, because Taylor Swift was seen crying backstage and Kanye West was kicked out of the awards

  53. Stormy
    September 14, 2009 at 10:16 pm

    That was probably “witnessed by MTV staffers” and scripted too. The VMAs are scripted.

  54. idlewildsouth
    September 14, 2009 at 11:41 pm

    The problem with a business centered around marketing is, the marketing never ends. There’s no way to know either way with certainty if it was scripted or not. Sadly, I would believe either one from Kanye.

  55. kevin w
    September 15, 2009 at 12:38 am

    If it was scripted, it’ll come out soon. Face it,you can’t keep anything secret in the internet age.

  56. idlewildsouth
    September 15, 2009 at 3:12 am

    Kevin, it may be more than possible to keep things a secret in the internet age. If it is, we would have no way of knowing.

  57. Angel
    September 15, 2009 at 11:17 am

    I don’t get it, Kanye vs Taylor…isn’t Taylor a “country artist”? why was she there against POP SINGERS? Beyonce,smiling at Kanye comments and the camera man was conviently there to catch her reaction, which was smiling. Kanye rants for what, 30 seconds hands over the mic and that when the censors turn off the mic, when its in Taylor’s hands. Then Beyonce gives Taylor a chance to give her speech and did Taylor Thank Beyonce in the speech??? Meanwhile in real world.. a huge mass of 3 million people marched in Washington DC to protest Obama and his spending! A girl that was missing was found in a utility compact space in YALE UNIVERSITY!And the Dollar bill went down in value, WalMart is going to Pay Electronically only and the Economy is crashing. BUT OH MY GOD KANYE WAS BEING A DICK TO TAYLOR AND THE WORLD FORGETS THE CRISIS. TO quote Toby Keith “Thats us, Thats right
    Gotta love this American ride.” GOD BLESS AMERICA

  58. agent713
    September 15, 2009 at 11:41 am

    Wow Noelle, I couldn’t have said it better!

    -Was great to see Crystal get the Female Artist award. There’s a lot of undeserved buzz around BC’s Jessie Farrell and I was concerned that she might get the hometown-discount win this time around. To see her shut out last night was basically the highlight of the evening. If not for low-cut shirts and Chad Kroeger, I’m not sure she’d have a career. Good for Crystal, who can REALLY wail!!
    SOOOO true. Jessie makes me crazy. I love Crystal and I think she was very deserving of the award.

    -I’m not a huge Johnny Reid by any means, but he’s the best pure singer we have in Canada right now. He’s not Country by a long shot, but of the guys out there, it was his time to win. Next year will likely be a huge year for both Gord Bamford and Corb Lund, with the CCMAs being in Edmonton.
    Again, I can’t agree more I don’t love Johnny but he’s deserving of the award, country or not.

    -Great to see Doc Walker pick up group of the year. I was terrified that our national embarrassment, Emerson Drive, might have a lot of votes, but luckily the voters once again got it right. As far as pure talent, fantastically written songs, tight harmonies and musicianship, Doc Walker is it in Can Country. There’s Doc – and then a long list of followers.
    I actually don’t mind Emerson Drive. They put on a fantastic live show BUT, Doc Walker trump them by a long shot. It was wonderful to see this deserving group be honoured again.

  59. Joe
    September 15, 2009 at 11:28 pm

    As much as we complain about the CMAs being political, it seems the CCMAs are flat-out unabashed in it’s international aspirations with regard to its award show.

    Crystal Shawanda can sing, yes, but the singles that have been released in Canada weren’t remarkable in any way. While I never actively hated “Try” and the title track, hearing them every couple hours on the radio has proven how lacklustre the album really is. Her US record deal all but secured this award, I hate to say. I PRAY for next time: if she plans go all “I’m an Indian” when it comes time to sell the next album, I hope there’s actually evidence that her heritage has influenced her music. Big, big disappointment.

    Jessie Farrell, on the other hand, has never claimed to be anything other than some generic radio-friendly contemporary country singer (to my knowledge) so I’m enjoying the new single, as forgettable as it is. (Turns out it’s all about context for me; who knew?!)

    Same with Emerson Drive.

    Doc Walker is great. That Genesis cover was just fun.

    While I’ve yet to figure out exactly why, I can’t stand to listen to Johnny Reid. Seriously; I change the station then get pissed that the next one’s playing him too.

  60. A.Moran
    September 17, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    I think want Kanye did was rude, but he apologized, and called Taylor personally to do so. I think she needs to stop milking this for all its worth. She is loving the attention, that is for sure. I don’t feel sorry for her anymore. I did at first, but now it is so out of control. People are making WAY too big a deal out of this. She didn’t deserve to win, and Kanye was right. But he picked the wrong time, manner, and place to show it.

    One thing is for sure. Taylor is about as country as the people at the VMAS. She fit right in, from her lip syncing on the subway, to her attitude and Cinderella carriage she arrived in like some queen. Maybe if she could sing, I would give her some more respect.

  61. A.Moran
    September 17, 2009 at 8:08 pm

    By the way, Kanye is WAY more talented then Taylor swift. He just has a big fat mouth and needs to shut up. But he was right that she didn’t deserve to win.

    She needs to figure out what and who she is: is she country, or is she a pop star? Methinks she is a pop star pretending to be country to use the genre to get famous. It is really annoying that no one sees her for who and what she is. Playing both sides of the fence eventually comes back to haunt you.

  62. Dan
    September 17, 2009 at 11:41 pm

    By the way, Taylor is WAY more talented than Kanye West.

    Also, she has already figured out who she is. She said so in her speech before Kanye rudely stepped in. She said that she sings Country music. She knows who she is. She knows that she is a country artist who has widespread appeal to translate a few of her songs into pop territory.

    Stormy: You asked how could a best overall video also not win best female video. Simple: Taylor wasn’t even nominated for best overall. If she was, she would have easily won that one as well!

  63. Steve Harvey
    September 18, 2009 at 1:43 am

    By the way, Taylor is WAY more talented than Kanye West.
    I don’t know about that. I’ll take her last two records over his last two records, especially that godawful autotuned nightmare of 808s and Heartbreaks. That said, his first record was pretty exceptional, and I say this as someone who is almost entirely apathetic towards hiphop.

  64. Stormy
    September 18, 2009 at 6:45 am

    Her album is autotuned out the backside–the difference is that he uses it as an effect and she uses it in leiu of vocal skill.

  65. highwayman3
    September 18, 2009 at 10:22 am

    The thing that bothered me the most about the Taylor/Kenya is her being suprised for winning a VMA and proclaiming, ‘I sing country music,’ when she remixed what was already a pop song to make it even more pop to sell it to the MTV audience. Then tells everyone that she sings country. It was a calculated marketing scheme that got you that award, is she in denial that she sings pop.

  66. dallas
    October 30, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    Kanye West is a loser.Time to take the trash out.

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