Shania Twain Tickets
Shania Twain's music career began singing in bars to help make ends meet, and she continued to flirt with singing while pursuing other careers. Twain had been in some bands and sung backup vocals, but it wasn't until the early 1990s when a demo tape got her signed by Mercury Nashville Records. She changed her name and her self-titled debut, Shania Twain, arrived in 1993.
Twain collaborated with a rock producer on a follow-up album, The Woman in Me, which sold 4 million copies before the year was over and would go on to be Diamond certified, selling over 10 million copies. Twain's next two albums were similarly successful, landing her on the list of top selling artists of all time. After the success of Up!, she left music before returning in 2012 with a residency in Las Vegas. In 2015, Twain announced her comeback. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Shania Twain tickets.