Taylor Swift, Willie Nelson and Jewel are among the artists included on the Valentine’s Day film soundtrack, due Feb. 9 on WaterTower Music, in conjunction with Big Machine Records. Swift makes her feature film acting debut in the film which opens nationally on Feb. 12. Swift’s “Today Was a Fairytale” is the lead track on the collection. The song’s world television premiere will take place on the Grammy Awards on Jan. 31. She also contributed “Jump Then Fall” to the soundtrack. Meanwhile, Jewel contributes her new country single, “Stay Here Forever,” while Nelson offers “On the Street Where You Live.” Steel Magnolia’s current country hit, “Keep On Lovin’ You,” also appears on the soundtrack. Other featured artists include Michael Franti & Spearhead, Jools Holland and Jamiroquai, Sausalito Foxtrot, Ben E. King, Amy Winehouse, Maroon 5, Joss Stone, Diane Birch, Nat King Cole, Black Gold, the Bird and the Bee, Anju Ramapriyam and Leighton Meester featuring Robin Thicke.