Shinia Twain was born as Eilleen Edwards and grew up poor and sometimes hungry in Timmins, Ontario. Twain's music career began singing in bars to help make ends meet. She found that love of music helped her with the hard times, and continued to flirt with singing while still pursuing other careers. By the mid 80's Shania Twain had been in some bands and sung backup vocals, but it wasn't until the early 90's that her career heated up.
A demo tape got her signed by Mercury Nashville Records. She decided to change her name, and her (newly) self-titled debut, Shania Twain, arrived in 1993. Sales were lukewarm, but critics were pleased. Shania Twain collaborated with a rock producer on a follow-up album, The Woman in Me. Twain enjoyed overnight stardom as the album sold 4 million copies before the year was over, and would go on to be Diamond certified, selling over 10 million copies.
Shania Twain's next two albums were similarly successful, vaulting her to super stardom and landing her on the list of top selling artists of all time. After the success of Up! she retreated from music, not returning until 2012 with a new residency show in Las Vegas and the promise of a new album to come. In 2015, Shania Twain announced her farewell tour. The Rock this Country tour will bookend what has been over 20 years of Twain delighting audiences around the world. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Shania Twain tickets
Rock this Country Tour
After an 11 year hiatus from touring, country music legend Shania Twain returns to the stage in 2015 with her Rock This Country tour. The announcement of the Rock This Country tour took the country by storm and was one of the biggest tour announcements of the decade. The Rock This Country tour will be the first full tour for Shania Twain since 2004 and will hit locations accross North America. The Rock This Country tour kicks off on June 5th, 2015 in Seattle Washington, and will include almost 50 shows. The tour will serve as a farewell for Shania Twain from a touring career that dates back over 20 years. Rock this Country tour tickets are expected to be in high demand throughout 2015.
"Still the One" Vegas Residency
Shania Twain's last tour, "Up!", ended in 2004. In part due to personal issues and physical health, she stopped touring and only released a few singles. Twain documented her road to recovery with a 2011 reality show that ended with the release of a new single and the announcement of a 2 year residency in Las Vegas at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Fans starved for their favorite country diva flocked to the first performance on December 1st, 2012.
Set List for "Still The One"
Covering her deep history of #1 hits, fans won't be disappointed by the selection on display in Vegas. The set list from her Vegas shows will inclued many of Shania Twain's most notable songs like, "Any Man of Mine", "No One Needs to Know", "That Don't Impress Me Much", "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!", "Up!" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!".