The Canadian artist has been successful for decades and is now hitting the stage again. Her music combines country and pop music. A world-wide popstar, Shania Twain gets ready to tour to a city near you. Find Shania Twain tickets now from Tickets For Less.
Born on August 28, 1965 in Canada, Eilleen Regina Twain always loved music. By the age of 10, she started writing her owns songs. Her mother Sharon, although with little income, always encouraged her daughter to go to music lessons, performances and gigs. By the young age of 18, Eilleen set out to make a career of her music. Although she found a few gigs here and there, she had to work side jobs to make ends meet. At one point, Twain found herself working in a McDonalds.
Unfortunately, her mom and adoptive died in a car crash and she was left to fend for herself and three younger siblings. She eventually landed a job in a Las Vegas-style show in Ontario. During her time at the show, she continued to write her own songs. One of her demos made its way down to Nashville and Polygram Records offered a record deal.
With a new record label came a makeover. Although her name was Eilleen Twain, she wanted to remember her adoptive father and keep as part of her stage name. She then became Shania Twain. Shania means "I'm on my way" in Ojibwe, which was the Canadian tribe of her adoptive father. So began her drive with Polygram Records to make it big. Although she had to sing and perform sings written for her at that time, she caught the eye of Robert John Lange, the producer for groups like ACDC, the Cars and Def Leppard.
With Lange, she helped co-write 10 out of the 12 songs on her next album. In 1995, Shania released "The Woman In Me" and reached number one on country charts with one of the singles, "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under." "Any Man of Mine" peaked at number one in both country charts and Top 40 pop hits. Following that year, Shania received four Grammy nominations and won Best Country Album. In 1997, "Come On Over" released as a co-production with Lange and she again reached success. Popular and iconic songs like "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" and "That Don't Impress Me Much" infused country and pop on the album and soared to the top of the charts.
|Grammy Award for Best Country Album 1996 · The Woman in Me||Grammy Award for Best Country Song 2000, 1999 · Come On Over, You're Still the One||Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year 1999||Canadian Music Hall of Fame 2011||Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance 2000, 1999 · Man! I Feel Like a Woman!, You're Still the One||Academy of Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year 2000||Juno Award for Artist of the Year 2003||Academy of Country Music Award for Album of the Year 1996 · The Woman in Me|
|Academy of Country Music Award for New Female Vocalist of the Year 1996||Billboard Music Award for Top Country Artist 2003||Billboard Music Award for Top Country Album 2003 · Up!||Juno Fan Choice Award 2003||Juno Award for Songwriter of the Year 2000 · Man! I Feel Like a Woman!, You've Got a Way, That Don't Impress Me Much||Billboard Music Award for Top Female Artist 1998||American Music Award for Favorite Country Female Artist 2000, 1999, 1997||Juno Award for Country Album of the Year 2004 · Up!|
|American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist 2000||World Music Award for World's Best Selling Female Country Artist 1996||People's Choice Award for Favorite Female Artist 2000||People's Choice Award for Favorite Female Country Artist 2005||Juno Award for International Achievement 1997||Juno Award for Best Country Female Artist 2000, 1999, 1998||American Music Award for Favorite Country New Artist 1996||Juno Award for Entertainer of the Year 1996|
|Echo Award for Best International Rock/Pop Female Artist 2004 · Up!||MuchMoreMusic Award 2005, 2003, 2000 · Party for Two, Up!, Man! I Feel Like a Woman!||Billboard Music Award for Country Album Artist of the Year 2003||Billboard Music Award for Top-Selling Country Single of the Year 1998 · You're Still the One||Danish Music Award for International Hit of the Year 2000 · That Don't Impress Me Much||Billboard Music Award for Female Hot 100 Artist of the Year 1998||Bambi - International Pop - Female 2004|
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