Shania Twain is a Canadian country pop singer-songwriter and musician from Windsor, Ontario. She has sold over 85 million records, won five Grammy Awards and is best known for hits such as You're Still the One, and Man! I Feel Like a Woman!.
Starting her music career in 1983, she released her self-titled debut album in 1993, but it was her second album, ‘The Woman in Me’, in 1995, that was her breakthrough, reaching #5 in the Billboard 200. Her second album, ‘Come On Over’, was an international hit in 1997, reaching #2 in the USA chart and #1 in the UK chart. She gained her first USA #1 hit with the release of her fourth album, ‘Up!’, in 2002.
She retired in 2004, but returned in December 2012, announcing a two year residency at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. In 2015 the singer took her Rock This Country tour across the US and Canada.
2017 saw the singer release a string of singles, Life's About To Get Good, Poor Me, Swingin' With my Eyes Closed, and We Got Something They Don't, preceding her latest album, 'NOW', which hit shelves in September '17.
Shania Twain will bring her NOW tour to the UK, the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia throughout 2018. Catch her live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Wed 4th Oct 2017
To the under-25s, Shania Twain might require a bit of explaining. In her ‘90s heyday, the Canadian singer-songwriter’s country crossover albums ‘Come on Over’ and ‘The Woman in Me’ were absolutely ubiquitous, and formed the essential soundtrack for Texan truck stops and Sussex school discos alike. To date, she’s sold roughly 100 million albums over a 25-year career that also provided the blueprint for Taylor Swift, among many others.