International Superstar Shania Twain Returns Home to Canada, Exclusively on Bell Media Outlets
– Network special SHANIA: STILL THE ONE LIVE FROM VEGAS premieres Saturday, Feb. 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT exclusively on CTV –
– The special is followed by an entire day of exclusive Shania Twain access as she visits Bell Media TV, radio, and digital platforms for Canadian press tour March 5 –
–Twain to be featured in exclusive candid interviews with ETALK, CTV News, THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW, THE SOCIAL, 104.5 CHUM FM, CANADA AM, CP24, and more –
TORONTO (February 20, 2015) - Shania Twain is about to "Rock This Country!" – exclusively at Bell Media. The company announced today that it has secured exclusive access to homegrown superstar Shania Twain, with an exclusive Canadian press tour taking place on Thursday, March 5 at Bell Media Headquarters in downtown Toronto following the network premiere of her special SHANIA: STILL THE ONE LIVE FROM VEGAS premiering Saturday, Feb. 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV and CTV GO. The day of exclusive interviews will see the international icon appear on numerous Bell Media TV, radio, and digital outlets including ETALK, CTV News, THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW, THE SOCIAL, 104.5 CHUM FM, CANADA AM, CP24, and CTV.ca, before she speaks to anyone else. Returning to Canada following a successful two-year residency in Las Vegas, Nevada, Twain will discuss the popular show, the release of her new live album and DVD combo, Still The One: Live From Vegas, and what she has coming up.
"Shania Twain is not just a Canadian icon, she is a cultural treasure and we're proud to be both the exclusive home of her network special and her much anticipated homecoming press tour," said Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Programming, CTV Networks and CraveTV.
** Media Note ** – Download photos for SHANIA: STILL THE ONE LIVE FROM VEGAS at BellMediaPR.ca
During her two years in Las Vegas, Twain performed 105 shows for 337,500 guests from all over the world. SHANIA: STILL THE ONE LIVE FROM VEGAS (Feb. 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV and CTV GO) captures the full Shania: Still the One stage performance, including a 13-piece band, dancers, trained horses, and a flying motorcycle. The special features the Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee and five-time Grammy Award® and 12-time JUNO Award-winning music icon performing all of her biggest hits, including "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!", "Up!", "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under", "Any Man of Mine", "That Don't Impress Me Much", "Come On Over", "Rock This Country!", "You're Still The One", "Man! I Feel Like a Woman", and more. The special also reveals never-before-seen footage, which tracks the conception, training, rehearsals, costumes, and all the decisions that go into creating a one-of-a-kind Vegas experience. SHANIA: STILL THE ONE LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS is produced and directed by Mark D. Allen and Raj Kapoor and is executive produced by Shania Twain.
On March 5, Twain will talk to the following Bell Media outlets (all times ET on CTV unless otherwise noted; times and outlets subject to change):8:20 a.m. – 104.5 CHUM FM 8:35 a.m. – CANADA AM8:50 a.m. – CP24 BREAKFAST10 a.m. – THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW 1 p.m. – THE SOCIAL 7:30 p.m. – ETALK (CTV Two)
Interviews will also appear on CTV News, E!, M3, and CTV.ca.
With more than 75 million albums sold worldwide and U.S. sales topping 34.5 million, Twain remains the top-selling female country artist of all time. Her 1997 release Come On Over has sold in excess of 15.6 million, making it the top-selling country album and places it in the Top 10 all genre best sellers of all time.
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Heading out to promote my new CD/DVD! Stay tuned for some exciting news... #StillTheOne in stores 3.3.15
6:47 PM ET - 23 Feb 15
Shania takes a look back with upcoming release
By John Emms | Timmins Daily Press | February 24, 2015
TIMMINS - Shania Twain is back.
For Timmins locals, Canadian fans and for many others in countries around the world, Twain’s brand of country-pop-rock rules.
Twain's newest release is a new retrospective CD/DVD entitled Live From Vegas, which hits store on March 3, 2015.
She will visit Canada this week to promote this new Live From Vegas package. Twain has not released a full new original album since Up in 2002. It was, and still is, a great album. But that was over 13 years ago.
It’s been way too long of a wait for the five-time Grammy and 12-time Juno Award winner's fans.
Purely to show perspective, Bruce Springsteen has released six or seven newly recorded albums and songs in the same period.
Me? Well, I’m reflecting. On what you ask? How about back to Timmins and her hometown concert on July 1, 1999?
Wow. On that day, we were feeling Timmins pride, folks, stoked and rocking in the heat of 20,000 euphoric people in the heart of Hollinger Park. It was a moment etched in time for everyone involved.
Whether you were from anywhere on the planet, or from Timmins, or Toronto, you felt that inner sense of pride about the city of Timmins and Twain.
Heck you can also go back to the Olympic torch run with Twain in January of 2010. I was standing outside in minus-35 weather with my grandson James. Yes, readers, let your mind go back to that time.
Whether you liked Twain’s music or not (and millions still do), you felt great. The truth is that particular level of pride has been missing for many years.
That civic pride, at least on the entertainment level, is one of the factors of why Timmins does not draw big name acts like Bryan Adams or The Tragically Hip.
Think of it: The Hip will be playing two hours away in Kirkland Lake this summer at the Homecoming Week concerts on June 26-27. Bryan Adams played three hours away in Sudbury. Talk about a world- class rock n’ roller who still kicks butt. He still has the passion.
Most people these days lack that ol' rock n' roll passion on many levels. For that matter, in every walk of life. Hey, I’m guilty of watching my fair share of “on demand” movies in my easy chair.
But really folks, it’s time to wake up and get back some passion.
Back in 1999, I was there to review the concert for the Timmins Daily Press. In those moments, and now as I type this, I reflect on my own and my friends' musical pasts. The days when 20 or more Timmins clubs were packed, where every musician like myself and my friends rocked away on the weekends. It was a way of life in the '70s and '80s.
Fresh from underground mining or a day in the mill you and your friends went out early to get a table at the bar. I’m sure Eilleen (Shania), who was there, remembers those days.
JP’s Lounge, The Riverview, The Rock n Tap, The Empire Hotel, The Travel Host, or The Maple Leaf, where Stompin' Tom Connors put the boot to the plywood, are among the places where legends were born in Timmins. May I remind readers that this is not fiction; it’s fact.
This Saturday, Feb. 28, Shania's Vegas show airs on the ABC and CTV TV Networks.
ET Canada @ETCanada
Pssst! Can you keep a secret? @ShaniaTwain will be taking over #ETCanada on Mar. 6! Tweet your Qs using #AskShania!
8:30 PM ET - 27 Feb 15
***"ET Canada" airs at 7:30pm ET/PT on Global
The Morning Show
She's still the one...and she's coming to The Morning Show! Shania Twain will be live in our Toronto studio on Friday, March 6.
3:27 PM ET - 27 Feb 15
***"The Morning Show" airs 6:00-9:00am on Global
Shania will be on "Breakfast Television" on Friday, March 6.
Coming up on Breakfast Television this week:
What better way to start the week than with comfort food? On Monday, Matt Basile from Fidel Gastro shows us how to make some good food.
On Wednesday, Life is a Highway singer Tom Cochrane is on the show.
We end the week of on a high note with the one and only Shania Twain! Yes, the Shania Twain.
Be sure to watch BT weekdays 5:30 to 9 a.m. on City, right here at BTtoronto.ca, or on our Breakfast Television mobile app for iOS and Android!
Everyone has a best friend, and Country 104′s best friend is CMT! Starting today, CMT & Country 104 are teaming up together to give listeners the once in a lifetime opportunity to be audience members in a live and intimate interview with the one and only Shania Twain!
On Friday, March 6, Shania will visit CMT's Corus Quay headquarters in Toronto for an exclusive interview with CMT’s Paul McGuire. We’re sending over 40 listeners to the show with transportation provided courtesy of Ayr Coach Lines!
This is amazing – how do I win?
Anytime you hear us play Shania, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to qualify! Each day, Dunner, Leigh, or Matt will randomly award 4 lucky Country 104 listeners and award them with tickets aboard the CMT Bus to CMT!
When you enter the contest – please include your phone number so we may contact you The Country 104 Bus to CMT will leave at 9:30 am on Friday, March 6 for Toronto Winners must be over 18 years of age
***Country 104 is located in Woodstock, Ontario which is a 1hr 30min drive to Toronto.
Marilyn Denis @TheMarilynShow
We can't wait to see @ShaniaTwain on Thursday! Tweet us your questions! #MarilynLive
3:24 PM ET - 2 Mar 15
***"The Marilyn Denis Show" airs at 10:00am ET on CTV and 11:00am ET on CTVtwo
Hopefully some of our Canadian fans will let us know what happens in all these appearances.
Shania appeared on Canada AM few a few minutes. She said she had been planning to retire from touring for quite sometime since vegas. She says she's going to tour for the summer while EJA is off school and said she will get back at work hard on the album later this summer. She says she's not retiring but just retiring from touring and that a album will come out. So support her because I do
ShaniaFanalways wrote:Shania appeared on Canada AM few a few minutes. She said she had been planning to retire from touring for quite sometime since vegas. She says she's going to tour for the summer while EJA is off school and said she will get back at work hard on the album later this summer. She says she's not retiring but just retiring from touring and that a album will come out. So support her because I do
Thanks for the update. Let us know about any other appearances or interviews you see or hear. I know Shania was on 104.5 CHUM-FM earlier and is on "The Marilyn Denis Show" right now. She's on "The Social" at 1:00.
Here is the "Canada AM" interview.
'I'm not retiring,' Shania Twain says of farewell tour
CTVNews.ca Staff | Published Thursday, March 5, 2015 9:13AM EST
Country superstar Shania Twain says “it will be sad to say goodbye” to performing on stage when her summer farewell tour ends, but she wants her fans to know she will not stop making music.
Twain surprised fans earlier this week when she announced that her upcoming “Rock This Country” tour will be her last. The 48-city tour kicks off in June and includes stops in Vancouver, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal.
Twain acknowledged Thursday that the decision to stop touring was “big,” but said it was something she had been considering.
“It’s been coming for a little while,” Twain told CTV’s Canada AM. “So it’s not sudden for me.”
In fact, Twain thought that her two-year residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, which wrapped up last December, would mark her last public performances.
However, the stint “went by so fast and I wanted to make it last a little longer.
“This summer will be the perfect farewell and the perfect time for me to say goodbye to the stage,” she said.
“I’ll be sad to say goodbye, it will be an emotional time.”
The tour will be an entirely different show than what fans saw in Vegas and was captured on a new DVD released this week, she said.
The show will be “a little bit of a party” as the 49-year-old celebrates her career.
“It’s going to be a rockin’ show, a party atmosphere,” Twain said, adding that she wants to “get into the audience as much as I can.”
Meanwhile, Twain wants to reassure fans that although she is retiring from the stage, she won’t stop making music.
She is recording a new album, which will be put on hold for the tour. She will resume recording after the summer, she said.
“I’m not retiring by any means,” Twain said. “I’ve got so much to do musically.”
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Tommy wrote:Hopefully some of our Canadian fans will let us know what happens in all these appearances.
i would tell you what happens but i am at work and i don't watch or listen to Shania interviews anymore lol It is actually hard to listen to her interviews anymore because they make no sense and she contradicts herself all the time lol So i will just come on this site to check what she said this time or go and google it lol
Here is the 104.5 CHUM-FM in Toronto interview.
Loved hanging out on The Marilyn Denis Show on CTV this morning. #Canada #RockThisCountry
12:44 PM ET - 5 Mar 15
Sat down with my new friend @GabyHenderson on #M3TV this afternoon. So fun! #RETRO30 #RockThisCountry
1:17 PM ET - 5 Mar 15
@ShaniaTwain drops by for an interview with @benmulroney! Watch part 1 tonight at 7:30pm ET on CTV TWO! #etalk
1:20 PM ET - 5 Mar 15
Cyn18 wrote:Anyone got anything from the Marilyn Denis show yet?
Anyone got anything from the Marilyn Denis show yet?
Here is the video. Shania starts at the 30-minute mark.
The Social @TheSocialCTV
She's 'Still The One' to us! Such a pleasure chatting with the incredible @ShaniaTwain today on @TheSocialCTV!
3:54 PM ET - 5 Mar 15
Video is also on "The Social" website - http://www.thesocial.ca/News/Entertainment/Shania-Twain-on
Getting social today with these ladies! #RockThisCountry
8:03 PM ET - 5 Mar 15
Cyn18 wrote:Thanks Tommy... Anything from ETalk yet? Also I just bought You Still The One off ITunes, and there's no behind the scenes stuff at all😔😤😠😢 anyone out there able to upload it somehow for me to see....?? A little annoyed it didn't have the bonus stuff...
Thanks Tommy... Anything from ETalk yet? Also I just bought You Still The One off ITunes, and there's no behind the scenes stuff at all😔😤😠😢 anyone out there able to upload it somehow for me to see....?? A little annoyed it didn't have the bonus stuff...
Here is the "eTalk" interview from tonight. Unfortunately I think it's only viewable in Canada. I'm unable to watch it.
That stinks about iTunes...
Ice, Ice Baby! Shania gets her husband Frederic Thiebaud to snap a bunch of (literally) cool pics in front of some Toronto ice sculptures (3/5/15)
Spay and Neuter your cats. You can stop the homeless cat problem from multiplying.
Tommy wrote:Shania will be on "Breakfast Television" on Friday, March 6.Coming up on Breakfast Television this week:What better way to start the week than with comfort food? On Monday, Matt Basile from Fidel Gastro shows us how to make some good food.On Wednesday, Life is a Highway singer Tom Cochrane is on the show.We end the week of on a high note with the one and only Shania Twain! Yes, the Shania Twain.Be sure to watch BT weekdays 5:30 to 9 a.m. on City, right here at BTtoronto.ca, or on our Breakfast Television mobile app for iOS and Android!http://www.bttoronto.ca/2015/03/01/week-of-mar-2-2015/
Woke up early to talk with my friends at @BTtoronto! #ShaniaOnBT
11:31 AM ET - 6 Mar 15
Here in the "Breakfast Television" interview from this morning. Shania has never heard of her opening act for her Canadian concerts, Wes Mack. She didn't know he's opening. LOL!
5 things you didn’t know about Shania Twain
By Lucy Robert | posted Friday, Mar 6th, 2015
Shania on "The Morning Show" this morning.
WATCH: Shania Twain vows to make music again after farewell tour
By John R. Kennedy, Global News | March 6, 2015
TORONTO — Shania Twain surprised fans this week when she said her Rock This Country tour will be her last.
On Friday, the Canadian superstar insisted quitting the road doesn’t mean she’s quitting music.
“I’m not retiring from music by any means,” Twain said, “but this is it for the stage.”
Appearing on Global’s The Morning Show, Twain said she planned to stop performing live once her two-year residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas came to an end last December.
“I was going to hang my hat up at the end of that but that experience motivated me to carry on,” she explained. “It didn’t do what I expected. I thought I would be exhausted at the end of that and just relieved and ready to hang it up then but I want to carry on.
“I will carry on but I have had it in my mind for a long time to finish the stage career.”
Twain’s spectacular show at Caesars has been immortalized in a CD+DVD package called Still the One: Live from Vegas.
The 49-year-old singer said performing more than 100 shows in Las Vegas gave her the confidence to sing in front of crowds again.
“Las Vegas was this mountain challenge that I put in front of myself. It was my way of pushing myself forward,” she explained. “I felt I needed to do something shocking to snap me out of my insecurities. Going through all the personal things, I was just not confident enough to get out and do my thing again.
“I felt setting a really big challenge would shake that up, take me outside of my comfort zone and just dive in. But Vegas turned out to be a transition for me and a launching pad to just carry on and do other things.”
READ MORE: 21 things to know about Shania Twain
Touring, though, is very different than performing night after night in the same venue. Twain said she’s ready to take on the challenges of being on the road.
“Even though the [Vegas] show was a huge undertaking, that security and safety and consistency made me feel very comfortable,” she said. “But through the whole experience I built my confidence back up and I’m ready for all those variables, I’m ready for the spontaneity, and I’m just ready to get out there and have a more freestyle show.”
What’s the one thing she has to have on tour?
“Sleep,” Twain replied. “Touring is very tiring. Being able to get enough sleep is a challenge.”
If Twain misses anything about Vegas, it’s Nobu inside Caesars Palace.
“It’s so good there. They have this Bibb lettuce salad… it is to die for. It’s incredible. The dressing is outrageous,” she gushed. “They don’t always have it because it’s quite a special lettuce that they use and they only have so many a day. I have to call ahead and say ‘Make sure you have that salad, I need that salad after the show!'”
On The Morning Show, Twain also shared the last concert she attended, her favourite recent movie and how she unwinds. She also said she is writing new songs and working on a new album — her first since 2002’s Up!.
One thing is clear: Twain is in a good place.
“Like everybody else I’ve had my lows all through my life, some pretty dramatic ones,” she admitted. What keeps her going? “It’s the survivor in me. I can only get so low and then I’m gasping for air and I’m fighting my way back to the top for that air.
“I guess if I get into a state of desperation I fight — and that’s just the survivor in me.”
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Shania Twain still pinching herself after decades of success, she tells etalk
By Chris Mejaski | March 06, 2015
Shania Twain's upcoming Rock This Country tour may be her last, but after her two year Vegas residency the Canadian country music star says she can't wait to get out on the road. "The Las Vegas show was such a big spectacle and this giant challenge and a mountain I had to climb to even get back on stage again," she tells Ben Mulroney in a two-part etalk first interview. "By the end of that show, after two years, I started to think, I can't end this way. I've got to get out on the road. I've got to get on the road!" The 48-city tour kicks off June 5 in Seattle, WA, and includes stops in nine Canadian cities.
Now 49-years-old, Twain has come a long way since growing up in Timmins, Ont. Her many career accomplishments include selling 75 million records and winning five Grammys. Still, she has moments of disbelief at her success. "It's very hard to believe that I started where I started and ended up where I ended up," she says. "I always had a strong idea of what I wanted to do and who I wanted to be... but to be able to anticipate, no. To me it was impossible... I have to pinch myself everyday." For more of Ben's chat with Shania, including what her son thinks of her stage look, tune in to tonight's etalk.
"There's more of a rootsy, folk sound," @ShaniaTwain opens up about writing new music w/ @rozweston TONIGHT! #tunein
3:00 PM ET - 6 Mar 15
Shania Twain Talks Last Tour And Staying True To Herself With ET Canada
By KATE MORAWETZ 3/6/2015 at 3:48 PM ET
She's sold over 75 million albums around the world and remains the best-selling female artist in the history of country music, Shania Twain is taking over the ET Canada environment tonight in a no holds barred interview with Roz Weston.
Before Shania embarks on her final North American tour ever, the country legend opens up about retiring from the stage, new music and how staying true to herself has made her the artist she is today.
Hot off the heels of her Rock This Country tour announcement, we had to find out - is Shania ready to say goodbye?
"I don't think I'm saying goodbye," Shania tells Roz. " I'm not quitting the industry. I'm not retiring from my career. I'm just ready to put my energy into, different places for my career and to do a final tour."
Shania continues, telling Roz that it's not so much coming to grips with saying goodbye to her fans from the stage as it is trying to compile a final tour set list.
"That is a hard one, because someone always says ‘Why didn't you play that song? Where's that one?’" Adding, "So the summer tour will have a few songs that the Vegas show did not have, but that means those songs won't be in the concert show. So you know, I'll just mix it up."
In case you won't be able to get out to see Shania's stage farewell, don't fret, the country singer is giving fans a look at some of her favourite performances with the release of her new CD/DVD "Shania: Still The One, Live From Vegas".
Twain tells Roz that for future new music, she's staying true to her roots.
"There's more of a rootsy, folk sound," Shania says, adding that she's staying "more true to myself creatively" with any new songs. Speaking of new music, Shania answers YOUR Twitter questions, including whether she'd ever make a Christmas album, below. (CLICK LINK BELOW FOR VIDEO!)
"I just can't even believe that I'm here," she says. "All of it really does shock me sometimes when I think about where I started and where I am, and I'm just always catching up with myself it seems, which is good, I hope I never do."
And just in case our takeover makes you reminisce about the first time you saw the country star in concert, the feeling's mutual.
"It feels a bit like yesterday," Shania says. "It's like the nightmare that never goes away," she adds, of those memories of schlepping cords and piling into a van.
"As an entertainer, it's easy to get caught up in the way you look and the whole image of yourself," she continues. Adding that she'd tell her 20-year-old self to "stay true to yourself," because "there's a risk" of forgetting who you are.
"It's interesting looking back," the "Still The One" singer tells Roz. "I never forget. I think that's also part of not losing yourself along the way, not getting too caught up in who you're supposed to be and the image of everything."
"I never really knew I was going to make it and you can never prepare for what it is to make it."
For more wise words from Shania Twain (not to mention her killer answers to our country legends quiz!) tune-into ET Canada tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT tonight.
The Queen of Country-Pop is here on our stage chatting with Paul McGuire! Shania Twain: One 2 One comes to CMT later this month — stay tuned for a premiere date!
2:22 PM ET - 6 Mar 15
"ET Canada" interview from last night.
ET Canada - Shania Twain Takeover: Her Evolution
PART 1 - http://www.etcanada.com/top+stories/shania+twain+takeover+her+retirement+and+tour/video.html?v=409551939528&p=1&s=da#video
PART 2 - http://www.etcanada.com/top+stories/shania+twain+takeover+her+current+album/video.html?v=409553987852&p=1&s=da#video
Only because it's Shania, I went out and bought the BluRay.. So now I have that to add to my collection, and the portability of that, and I also have it on all computers & devices so I have the portability of that! I'm not sure how happy hubby is about it, but he understands.. Also I felt like I got gipped big time on the ITunes one with no backstage pass footage... FYI--I would never do this for any other artists...
March 6 interview with 680 News in Toronto.
Interview: Shania Twain gears up for final tour
Canadian country music star Shania Twain was in Toronto this week promoting her upcoming and final tour.
She spoke with 680News music reporter Rudy Blair.
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Tommy wrote:Everyone has a best friend, and Country 104′s best friend is CMT! Starting today, CMT & Country 104 are teaming up together to give listeners the once in a lifetime opportunity to be audience members in a live and intimate interview with the one and only Shania Twain!On Friday, March 6, Shania will visit CMT's Corus Quay headquarters in Toronto for an exclusive interview with CMT’s Paul McGuire. We’re sending over 40 listeners to the show with transportation provided courtesy of Ayr Coach Lines!This is amazing – how do I win?Anytime you hear us play Shania, email us at email@example.com for your chance to qualify! Each day, Dunner, Leigh, or Matt will randomly award 4 lucky Country 104 listeners and award them with tickets aboard the CMT Bus to CMT!REMEMBER!When you enter the contest – please include your phone number so we may contact you The Country 104 Bus to CMT will leave at 9:30 am on Friday, March 6 for Toronto Winners must be over 18 years of agehttp://www.country104.com/cmt-shania-twain/***Country 104 is located in Woodstock, Ontario which is a 1hr 30min drive to Toronto.
Shania Twain: One2One premieres Thursday, March 26 at 10:30pm ET/7:30 PT on CMT Canada, following the 90-minute Shania: Still the One Live From Vegas special.
Superstar Shania Twain sits down with Paul McGuire to discuss her new album, DVD and tour, in an exclusive interview filmed at Corus Quay in Toronto.
Here is Shania's interview on CityTV's "Cityline" which aired on March 13.
Just wondering if anyone else has noticed that in a quite a few interviews Shania has really been very adamant about being yourself as an artist. I mean I've seen a couple of recent interviews where people ask her what her advice to new artists would be and she always says be true to yourself. Is she somehow saying that she wasn't...or she wasn't in a position to be...just curious about the thinking behind the statement. I mean it's almost like she stops herself when she's explaining why...as if she doesn't want to come out and say what the real reason she is giving this advice. Do you think it is because Mutt had a lot of the creative control in her career? Did anyone else notice or is it just me?
Warmest regards as always,
CMT Canada @CMTCanada
Tonight is the night! Watch Shania: #StilltheOne Live From Vegas followed by @ShaniaTwain: One2One starting @ 9pmET
8:00 AM ET - 26 Mar 15
An Exclusive One2One Interview With Shania Twain
By Russell Sabio | March 25, 2015
Welcome back Shania Twain. For more than a decade, the Timmins, Ont. native has been off the touring roster but is now returning to the limelight as she embarks on a 48-date world tour. #nobigdealIn an exclusive One2One interview with Paul McGuire, airing on CMT Thursday at 10:30pm ET/7:30 PT, the original bad-ass songstress talks touring, a new album and her residency in the now iconic Caesars Palace in Las Vegas."I was ready to be behind the scenes and create it from the bottom up," the "Any Man Of Mine" singer says of her stint at Caesars."Getting back up on stage again, I needed to understand the whole nuts and bolts and be involved in the beginning so that I was really comfortable with the platform when I got out the first night. I studied for my exam is what I’m saying."She studied then slayed, night after night. The performance included multiple costume changes, live horses and a whole lot of fringe."I have adopted a whole new attitude because of (the show)," the singer tells McGuire. "It was a good lesson for me, not to hesitate so much. Sometimes you just gotta do it, you gotta jump."And so the singer is jumping into a whole new adventure—the "Shania Rock This Country Tour.""When the show was closing in Las Vegas I said I needed to end my touring career with that excitement with that atmosphere so that was decision to go on the road," Twain says."The tour is a celebration of what I had achieved in Las Vegas of getting back on stage in the first place, realizing that I could sing again. Now that I can sing again, I know I’m going to make another record."Say what?! A new record? Apparently so. The singer is busy writing and laying down tracks in the studio. (I think I heard 50 Cent use the slogan "laying down track" once. So here it is.)More leopard, more fringe, more Shania, please!Watch Shania Twain: One2One on Thursday, March 26 at 10:30pm ET/7:30 PT, following the 90-minute Shania: Still the One Live From Vegas special.
"Shania Twain: One2One" Canadian TV/Radio Premieres:
CMT - TONIGHTShania: Still the One Live from Vegas @ 9pmETShania: One2One (Premiere) @ 10:30pmET
Country 104 - London, Country 105 - Calgary, CISN - Edmonton – TONIGHTShania: One2One (Premiere) @ 7pm (LOCAL TIME)
W Network – Monday, March 30thShania: One2One (Premiere) @ 11:30pmET
OWN - Sunday, April 5thShania: One2One (Premiere) @ 10pmET
COSMO - Friday, April 17thShania: One2One (Premiere) @ 12amET
Shania Twain talks tough times, new tour and her love of Canada
CTV News | March 6, 2015
Canada's country queen has announced a farewell tour that will mark the end of Shania Twain's stage career. Zuraidah Alman reports.
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Tommy wrote:Shania Twain @ShaniaTwain Sat down with my new friend @GabyHenderson on #M3TV this afternoon. So fun! #RETRO30 #RockThisCountry1:17 PM ET - 5 Mar 15http://twitter.com/ShaniaTwain
Shania Twain interview on M3TV's "Retro 30" - March 5
Shania Twain talks Vegas, her Rock This Country Tour, battling insecurity & her favourite fashion moments.
Tanya wrote:Is there any possibility to watch full One2One from outside North America?
Is there any possibility to watch full One2One from outside North America?
It looks like it's only available in Canada. I'm in the U.S. and can't watch the show either.
Shania Twain: One2One
Watch the full exclusive interview with superstar Shania Twain as she discusses her new album, DVD and tour with Paul McGuire.
It looks like "ET Canada" is re-airing Shania's interview from last month.
@ShaniaTwain opens up to @ETCanada's @rozweston about her upcoming album! Will it be #Pop or #Country? #StillTheOne
12:30 PM ET - 6 Apr 15
Tonight @ETCanada we quiz @ShaniaTwain on #Country #Legends What does she think of @taylorswift13 @garthbrooks @DollyParton & @TheTimMcGraw?
2:30 PM ET - 6 Apr 15
Tommy wrote:It looks like "ET Canada" is re-airing Shania's interview from last month.ET Canada @ETCanada @ShaniaTwain opens up to @ETCanada's @rozweston about her upcoming album! Will it be #Pop or #Country? #StillTheOne12:30 PM ET - 6 Apr 15http://twitter.com/ETCanada----------------------------ET Canada @ETCanadaTonight @ETCanada we quiz @ShaniaTwain on #Country #Legends What does she think of @taylorswift13 @garthbrooks @DollyParton & @TheTimMcGraw?2:30 PM ET - 6 Apr 15http://twitter.com/ETCanada
ET Canada (3/6/15) - Shania Twain Answers Fan Twitter Questions
You asked, she answered. From her love of poutine to which Christmas song she has to have on her album, Shania Twain answers your Twitter questions during her ET Canada Takeover.