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Taylor Swift’s lead guitarist has welcomed a new Swiftie into his family.

Paul Sidoti took to social media to announce that he and wife Ashley welcomed a son, Samuel Paul, on March 12.



Paul has been the lead guitarist and background vocalist for the Grammy winning artist since December 2007.

He recently posted an adorable photo of the newborn to his Instagram, writing: ‘This morning, we welcomed our little miracle Sammy Sidoti into the world. Our prayers were answered and mommy and baby are doing great. Big sister Scarlett is over the moon having a baby brother. All my love to @ashsidoti.’

Fans were quick to share their congratulations and even praised Swift for ‘planning’ the Eras tour around the expectant baby.

Taylor Swift's lead guitarist has revealed that he has welcomed a new Swiftie into his family

‘I love that she planned the tour around the due date preemptively,’ one fan wrote.



‘[The baby] waited until the Eras tour took a 2 month break!!!!’

‘Oh my gosh, Paul – I’m so happy for you!! Good thing your new buddy waited til you got home from Asia! Congrats all around… way to go, Mrs. Sidoti/Mama Queen! another user commented.

Paul Sidoti took to social media to announce that he and wife Ashley welcomed a son, Samuel Paul, last Tuesday

Swift and her team are currently enjoying a break for two months ahead of a lengthy run of European dates.

They will return to the stage May 9 in Paris.


It comes after the Grammy Award winner, 34, premiered her documentary Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour in October.

The documentary has quickly become the No. 1 music film on Disney+.

Paul has been the lead guitarist and vocalist for the Grammy winning artist since December 2007

According to Deadline, the 3.5-hour concert film has amassed 4.6 million views since it began streaming last Thursday.

Swift kicked off The Eras Tour on March 17, 2023 in Glendale, California, with 152 shows planned across five continents through the end of 2024.


Serving as a retrospective of her career, the 10-act show features 44 songs from her vast discography.

The Disney+ version of the concert film features performances of some of Swift’s newer songs.