Shania Twain Schedule
Shania Twain has that down-home, Southern style but at the same time, knows how to rock it.
Twain's music is influenced by country greats like Dolly Parton and Waylon Jennings but also by artists like The Supremes
and The Carpenters. With a little bit of sex appeal and woman-empowering lyrics, Twain has become a country diva with a diverse
Shania Twain has returned to the stage and vocal spotlight, announcing a two-year
residency at The Colosseum atCaesars Palace in Sin City. Fans can catch this international superstar in her new show, Shania:
Still the One, which began exclusively in December 2012, in Las Vegas.
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Shania Twain Background
Born Eilleen Edwards on August 28, 1965 in Canada, Twain was raised by her mother and
adoptive father in Timmins, Ontario. Being one of five children, Twain found solitude in her guitar and music.
at 8 years old, Twain was shuttled to TV and radio studios, and often pulled out of bed at night to sing with the house band
at a local club. In her formative teen years, she was even featured on Canadian television.
After losing her parents
in a car accident at 21 and raising her younger siblings, Twain decided to work on her music and head to Nashville. She almost
instantly inked a deal with Mercury Records and released her eponymous debut album in 1993. In that same year, she also had
another life-changing experience. She married her music producer Robert "Mutt" Lange.
Twain went on to release several
highly acclaimed albums, including Come On Over.
Shania Twain's powerhouse voice and sexy image have contributed to
her longevity and success as a crossover artist. Her popularity has additionally paved the way for other female crossover
artists like Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson and LeAnn Rimes.
Shania Twain Trivia
Shania Twain shed her real
name, Eilleen, and adopted Shania, the Ojibway moniker, which means "I'm on my way." And on her way to stardom she was.
self-titled first album featured only one of her original songs, God Ain't Gonna Getcha for That. But singles, Dance With
the One That Brought You and What Made You Say That, each ranked at No. 55 on the Billboard country singles chart.
highlights of hercareer include earning Entertainer of the Year trophies from ACM and the Country Music Association in 1999;
winning five Grammys; taking home trophies from the Canadian Country Music Awards, Canada's JUNO Awards, and the American
Music Awards; and earning the Country Songwriter of the Year and Pop Songwriter of the Year titles from Broadcast Music, Inc.
Shania Twain Album Hits
With the help of her now ex-husband, producer Robert "Mutt" Lange, Shania Twain put out
The Woman in Me in 1995. The album sold an astounding 12 million copies, earning it the best-selling country album by a female
artist of all time! The album included the tunes Any Man of Mine, Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under, (If You're Not in
It for Love) I'm Outta Here! The album additionally garnered a Grammy Award for Best Country Album for Twain.
Twain issued her third album in 1997. The album, Come On Over, featured eight hit singles like Love Gets Me Everytime, You're
Still the One, Honey, I'm Home, That Don't Impress Me Much, You've Got a Way and From this Moment On. The Recording Institute
Association of America (RIAA) certified the album for sales that topped off at 17 million copies. To this day, Come On Over
holds the record of being the best-selling country album in history!
Her other albums include On the Way (1999); Up
(2002); and a Greatest Hits album (2004).
Your chance to listen to the hit tunes that put Shania Twain on the map is
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If you never got the chance to see Shania Twain live, now is your opportunity. Shania Twain is a busy gal
these days with all of her scheduled appearances at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Surround yourself with other admirers
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thigh-high boots and flashy outfits to a cowboy Western set, Shania Twain's show in Las Vegas will captivate you!
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