Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” gets classed up by subway violinists


I’ve never ridden a subway, but if I did I would hope these two would be there to serenade me with the sweet sounds of Taylor Swift. 

The Huffington Post had this video up this morning and it’s pretty awesome. The violin players are Rhett Price and Josh Knowles, who call themselves the Subway Violinists. The pair play a very exciting version of Taylor Swift’s hit “I Knew You Were Trouble.” 

“We started playing it because someone had requested the song on my Facebook page,” Price told The Huffington Post via email. “And then we would finish it and someone would say, ‘play it again!’ I knew pretty quickly that this would be a favorite, next to our Led Zeppelin arrangements.”

Enjoy. 

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