Shania Twain is back in the spotlight with a new album and a world tour. Shania’s “Now” tour, to promote her new, long-awaited CD “Now”, includes a stop at the Olympic Hall.
The top-selling female country artist of all-time is riding a wave of success which has brought her once again to the fore. Her first studio album since 2002 immediately stormed the charts. Twain’s recent concert in London’s Hyde Park was highly acclaimed by both old and new fans.
“Now” presents Shania Twain in her first foray as the record’s sole songwriter and co-producer. The five-time Grammy winner’s record sales have made her the most successful country singer of all time.
Her powerful voice is the signature sound of such hits as “You’re Still The One”, “From This Moment On”, “That Don’t Impress Me Much”, “Ka-Ching!”, “I’m Gonna Getcha Good”, “Man, I Feel Live A Woman”, and “Come On Over”, just to name a few. Shania Twain is used to fighting battles, after having fought for eight years to overcome the effects of Lyme Disease. 2012 saw the start of a sensational two-year guest appearance in Las Vegas, then a 2015 comeback tour in the USA. In 2016 Twain was named Billboard Magazine’s “Women in Music Icon”. And now Shania returns to Europe with her tour, “Now”.