World’s biggest-selling female country artist of all time, Shania Twain, is returning to Australia this November through to December for the first time in almost twenty years. The queen of country pop will be landing at the Perth Arena for the first show on her ‘Now’ tour then will go to Botanic Park in Adelaide and Brisbane Entertainment Centre. After an outdoor show at Hope Estate Winery in Hunter Valley, she will stop by Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena and will cap the tour at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.
Apart from performing her classic songs, the five-time Grammy winner will be showcasing new tracks off her latest album ‘Now’ which was released in September last year. Debuting at number one on Billboard 200, the album spawned tracks like ‘Swingin’ With My Eyes Closed’, ‘Life’s About To Get Good’ and ‘Poor Me’ to name a few.
In a childhood as bleak as winter, it was music that Shania Twain clung on to and it was the very same thing that made her a superstar. With her powerful and incredible vocals, she slowly prowled into the music scene until the release of her self-titled debut album in 1993. Her international breakthrough came, however, in 1997 with the release of her third studio album ‘Come On Over’ which featured the hits ‘You’re Still The One’, ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman’, ‘From This Moment On’ and ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman’ to name a few. ‘Come On Over’ also still holds the record for being the biggest-selling album by a female act and the best-selling country album of all time, with over 40 million sales across the globe.
Ticket outlets are surely busy now with the number of excited fans grabbing tickets to Shania Twain‘s upcoming shows. Don’t let yourself be left behind!