Shania Twain: A look at the Canadian’s ultra-successful musical career

Shania Twain, born Eilleen Regina Edwards, is a Canadian-born singer with country music roots. Twain’s popular songs include the ’90s hit “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?” “You’re still the only one” and “That doesn’t impress me much.”

Twain began performing on stage at a very young age. Her self-titled debut, “Shania Twain,” didn’t break any records, but her second album, produced with Robert John Lange, “The Woman in Me,” put her on the map.

The album was released in 1995 and earned Twain his first Grammy Award. Twain won Best Country Song and Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “You’re Still The One.” In total, Twain was nominated for 18 Grammy Awards and won five.


Twain developed a romantic relationship with producer Lange and they married in 1993. The marriage ended after an alleged affair between Lange and Marie-Anne Thiébaud, the couple’s assistant. Subsequently, she becomes closer to Frédéric Thiébaud, the ex-husband of Marie-Anne Thiébaud. The two got married in 2011.

In 1997, Twain released his album “Come On Over”. She first toured North America in 2003. From 2012 to 2014, Twain performed her first residency show in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace titled “Shania: Still the One.” She had a second residency “Let’s Go” which began in 2016. Twain announced a third residency for 2024.

In 2017, after taking a 15-year break from releasing music, Twain directed “Now.” In 2022, she promoted her new Netflix documentary titled “Not Just a Girl” and in 2023, Twain released another album, “Queen of Me.”

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