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Yikes. Shania will never catch up to Taylor again.

600,000 sold IN ONE DAY!!

variety.com/2017/music/news/taylor-swift-reputation-first-day-week-sales-1202612769/


Billboard is reporting 'Reputation' sold 700,000 copies on first day and is on pace to sell over 1 Million copies in its first week!

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8031321/taylor-swift-reputation-sold-700000-first-day-nielsen-music-big-machine-records


Update: Taylor Swift’s Reputation album sold 1.05 million copies in the U.S. over its first four days of release, according to initial sales reports to Nielsen Music. It’s the first album to sell a million copies in a tracking week in nearly two years, since Adele’s 25 sold 1.16 million copies in the frame ending Dec. 25, 2015 (the album’s fifth week on sale). Reputation is now Swift’s fourth album to log a million-selling week. It follows her last three studio efforts, which all saw million-selling opening frames: 1989 (1.29 million in 2014), Red (1.21 million, 2012) and Speak Now (1.05 million, 2010). Swift is now the only act to have four million-selling weeks, since Nielsen Music began electronically tracking music sales in 1991.

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8038287/taylor-swift-reputation-sold-105-million-copies-first-four-days



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I just don't understand why she ain't out promoting her latest single. Very strange. Also I'm surprised Whose Gonna be your girl ain't climbing the charts in Canada. It's a good song. Any thoughts as too why the promotion has stopped?

 



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I just don't understand why she ain't out promoting her latest single. Very strange. Also I'm surprised Whose Gonna be your girl ain't climbing the charts in Canada. It's a good song. Any thoughts as too why the promotion has stopped?


A media tour promotion for a new album release is usually only a few weeks. Shania's media tour really wasn't that strong because she didn't have a current hit single she could sing. The only time she performed "Swingin'" was on "The Late Late Show". She performed 4-month-old at the time "LATGG" 3 times ("America's Got Talent", "Ellen" & "The Talk") and then her "Soldier" lip sync disaster on "Dancing With The Stars" for movie night.



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Y’all need to face it, Shania is a thing of the past, and that’s okay. She’ll never be where she was, and I have no problems with that.

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I told you so and Shania is not a thing of the past per say but I do believe she needs to look at the whole picture with those rose colored glasses off and possibly a better team. Some of the songs were spot on, some were confusing to connect, some were singles who wrote themselves and some of them were just odd to begin. So based on the feedback from all. The album is looking like a major flop for Shania and it needs to be addressed. So don't just go to Facebook Fan Page for your warm fuzzy feelings and good energy because there is plenty of good energy and good positive vibes right smack here. My posting only was a wake-up call because again let me explain again what I am typing. As someone who works and worked with the public every day, we can only see what is out there and we do not label anyone by any means but there is a matrix system and algorithm we use to put a citizen in categories. I am a gay white college-educated middle-class moderate democrat. I will be honest and there are many categories the fan base and the fans are placed in.

So when I was trying to tell everyone we must support this album like those other fans like other artists. It could have worked but our fan base is maturer and above 25. So our fan base is quite diverse and quite nice. Its a perfect blended of all different walks of life which means we are simply good but She had to run around to promote the album to all those fans that watched shows, went to live events and those who just were like us who follow her and love her regardless. So before you cast, any doubt on my posting and my thoughts think like someone who just cares. I do have a life besides being a fan but I wanted to see the beginning to this point what will happen, follow the vibes and the reaction. We either took it out on each other on here, discussed very heavy and made valid points. Tommy deserves all the respect, support, love, and appreciation plus gratitude for allowing us to join here.

Now She said she might do another album, she still has the movie to promote, the tour to promote and other things she has invested. There are only a few things that can really turn this momentum around now but its safe to say that is was a major flop even though she got to number one but again Taylor Swift the next Shania outsold her by how many? I strongly think that artist these days are only out of themselves which is good but not like yesterday. So many reasons why this was a flop. I love each song, I love the album but when UP was released in its 5th week it was still number one and right NOW NOW is 120 what now? Come On Over never fell off the charts and either did The Women In Me. Their numbers were steady and the momentum was amazing. So its safe to say that she was really rocking it, really making it and doing it well before the lost of the voice, divorce and the struggles. Too many things right NOW are either working against it like the management, the record company, the label and those at the top screwing her over, playing games and just being low not throwing mad support or money behind this current body of work. So what is really next for Shania?



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 You’re a bit delusional. The way you talk makes it sound like Shania’s 35 years old again. News flash, Shania’s 52, no longer with Mutt, and has been dormant for 15 years. She’s no longer relevant in the country music, or any format for that matter. She’s been gone too long. Quit trying to dwell on the past and accept for who and what Shania is now. If you’re so dissatisfied with NOW, then quit listening to it and stop posting on this website. You‘re barking up the wrong tree. You’ve bickered and griped for several weeks now. Be productive and get a life! Shania is content with her sound, and so are we. 



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 You’re a bit delusional. The way you talk makes it sound like Shania’s 35 years old again. News flash, Shania’s 52, no longer with Mutt, and has been dormant for 15 years. She’s no longer relevant in the country music, or any format for that matter. She’s been gone too long. Quit trying to dwell on the past and accept for who and what Shania is now. If you’re so dissatisfied with NOW, then quit listening to it and stop posting on this website. You‘re barking up the wrong tree. You’ve bickered and griped for several weeks now. Be productive and get a life! Shania is content with her sound, and so are we. 


 Are we crazy?

Living our lives through a lens
Trapped in our white-picket fence
Like ornaments
So comfortable, we live in a bubble, a bubble
So comfortable, we cannot see the trouble, the trouble
Aren't you lonely
Up there in utopia
Where nothing will ever be enough?
Happily numb
So comfortable, we live in a bubble, a bubble
So comfortable, we cannot see the trouble, the trouble
Ah, so good
Your rose-colored glasses on
And party on
Turn it up, it's your favorite song
Dance, dance, dance to the distortion
Turn it up, keep it on repeat
Stumbling around like a wasted zombie
Yeah, we think we're free
Drink, this one is on me
We're all chained to the rhythm
To the rhythm to the rhythm
Turn it up, it's your favorite song
Dance, dance, dance to the distortion
Turn it up, keep it on repeat
Stumbling around like a wasted zombie
Yeah, we think we're free
Drink, this one is on me
We're all chained to the rhythm
To the rhythm to the rhythm
Are we tone deaf?
Keep sweeping it under the mat
Thought we can do better than that
I hope we can
So comfortable, we live in a bubble, a bubble
So comfortable, we can’t see the trouble, the trouble
Aha, so good (so good)
Your rose-colored glasses on
And party on
Turn it up, it's your favorite song
Dance, dance, dance to the distortion
Turn it up, keep it on repeat
Stumbling around like a wasted zombie
Yeah, we think we're free
Drink, this one is on me
We're all chained to the rhythm
To the rhythm to the rhythm
Turn it up, it's your favorite song
Dance, dance, dance to the distortion
Turn it up, keep it on repeat
Stumbling around like a wasted zombie
Yeah, we think we're free
Drink, this one is on me
We're all chained to the rhythm
To the rhythm to the rhythm
It is my desire
Break down the walls to connect, inspire
Ay, up in your high place, liars
Time is ticking for the empire
The truth they feed is feeble
As so many times before
They greed over the people
They stumbling and fumbling and we're about to riotThey woke up, they woke up the lions (woo!)
Turn it up, it's your favorite song
Dance, dance, dance to the distortion
turn it up, keep it on repeat
Stumbling around like a wasted zombie
Yeah, we think we're free
Drink, this one is on me
We're all chained to the rhythm
To the rhythm to the rhythm
It goes on, and on, and on (turn it up )
It goes on, and on, and on
It goes on, and on, and on
(It goes on) 'cause we're all chained to the rhythm
 
 
 


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Where the hell is Shania??? She's disappeared... I wonder what she's doin'. Maybe she's back in studio to work on another album.

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Where the hell is Shania??? She's disappeared... I wonder what she's doin'. Maybe she's back in studio to work on another album.


That's funny! biggrinbiggrinbiggrin 



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Shania Twain @ShaniaTwain

'We Got Something They Don't' is on @iHeartRadio's #NewCountryWeekly Playlist. Thanks for the addition guys 😘 Listen here:
https://www.iheart.com/playlist/new-country-weekly-312064750-XpQKUhwLj8ADfMRmuXnnKR/

9:35 AM ET - 16 Nov 17

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Yikes. Shania will never catch up to Taylor again.

600,000 sold IN ONE DAY!!

variety.com/2017/music/news/taylor-swift-reputation-first-day-week-sales-1202612769/


Billboard is reporting 'Reputation' sold 700,000 copies on first day and is on pace to sell over 1 Million copies in its first week!

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8031321/taylor-swift-reputation-sold-700000-first-day-nielsen-music-big-machine-records


Update: Taylor Swift’s Reputation album sold 1.05 million copies in the U.S. over its first four days of release, according to initial sales reports to Nielsen Music. It’s the first album to sell a million copies in a tracking week in nearly two years, since Adele’s 25 sold 1.16 million copies in the frame ending Dec. 25, 2015 (the album’s fifth week on sale). Reputation is now Swift’s fourth album to log a million-selling week. It follows her last three studio efforts, which all saw million-selling opening frames: 1989 (1.29 million in 2014), Red (1.21 million, 2012) and Speak Now (1.05 million, 2010). Swift is now the only act to have four million-selling weeks, since Nielsen Music began electronically tracking music sales in 1991.

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8038287/taylor-swift-reputation-sold-105-million-copies-first-four-days


Kelsea Ballerini's new album Unapologetically is also a great album! It's not too Country and not too Pop. It just debuted at No. 7 on Billboard 200 and No. 3 on Billboard Top Country Albums chart. I think she has one of the best voices in music today! Especially the way she harmonizes.



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NOW falls 10 spots to No. 11 in its second week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171013/7502/


NOW falls 11 spots to No. 22 in its third week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171020/7502/


NOW falls 18 spots to No. 40 in its fourth week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171027/7502/


NOW falls 7 spots to No. 47 in its fifth week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171103/7502/


NOW falls 6 spots to No. 53 in its sixth week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171110/7502/


NOW falls 21 spots to No. 74 in its seventh week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171117/7502/



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Well, it looks like another failed single in WGSTD on Country Radio. I've yet to hear it on radio, and it still is not in the top 50 mediabase charts, and it's been at radio for almost a month now. Even though she's a superstar, she still has to promote singles. She's been a way for too long to assume radio will play her. She's not been consistent with what song she wants people to really get into. Too many big opportunities failed to make a big impression on radio, and quite frankly, on album sales too.

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NOW falls 1 spot to No. 6 in its third week on the ARIA Australian chart.

http://www.noise11.com/news/australian-charts-pink-beautiful-trauma-debuts-at-no-1-with-78000-sales-20171023


NOW falls 7 spots to No. 13 in its fourth week on the ARIA Australian chart.

https://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart 


NOW falls 1 spot to No. 14 in its fifth week on the ARIA Australian chart.

https://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart  


NOW falls 11 spots to No. 25 in its sixth week on the ARIA Australian chart.

https://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart


NOW falls 11 spots to No. 36 in its seventh week on the ARIA Australian chart.

https://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart



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Well, it looks like another failed single in WGSTD on Country Radio. I've yet to hear it on radio, and it still is not in the top 50 mediabase charts, and it's been at radio for almost a month now. Even though she's a superstar, she still has to promote singles. She's been a way for too long to assume radio will play her. She's not been consistent with what song she wants people to really get into. Too many big opportunities failed to make a big impression on radio, and quite frankly, on album sales too.


The entire promotion of the album and singles has been a disaster since the beginning. One of the MANY reasons the album never had a chance to be successful. I guess Shania and her label just don't care. In that case, why release an album at all? And yes, the album did debut at No. 1. But as I've said before, it was from people's pure curiosity to hear the "new" Shania after 15 years. That's it. The album has been free-falling on the charts ever since. 



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I agree with both of you. The promotion has been a mess, right from the first single being performed TWO months previously its official release to her disappearance after the release of the album.
The only thing that worked in my opinion have been all those snippets for the US Open, even if I dont know how many people they have reached. But thanks to YouTube and the various messageboards I think they have worked quite well.

And while I still think that LATGG is a good song, I would've gone with "Home Now" as lead single: it's the countriest song of the album and has a powerful message too.



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I TOLD EVERYONE SO!!!


With that said! I do want to wish everyone in America a Happy Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday! I am truly thankful for all and giving is the best way to be so this holiday season let's purchase the albums and give them as Christmas gifts. I know for one thing my local LGBT organization held a raffle to win her album.



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www.fyimusicnews.ca/articles/2017/11/20/taylor-swifts-reputation-now-platinum-album

"Shania Twain’s Now bullets 23-10 with a 90% increase." ... Well that's a good sign at least :) (in Canada anyway).

I also have this weird feeling Shania is up to something, no idea why, no proof or reasoning, just do. Take it for what it's worth.

Also, still unsure why there is a need to keep pressing the point of certain individuals telling us so... not relevant.



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That's very good, I'm so happy for her!!! A great jump in Canada, and I think in the next couple of weeks the album will keep on climbing the charts, after the Grey Cup. Finger crossed.

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From this week's issue of Country Aircheck Weekly. 22 stations have added "WGSTD" in its first week.

shania_now_countryaircheck103017hq

https://www.countryaircheck.com/pdfs/current103017.pdf


According to a Country Aircheck email I just received, 7 new Mediabase stations added "WGSTD" this week. That makes a total of 29 in 2 weeks. The song still isn't on the Top 50 Mediabase chart.


According to Country Aircheck, 10 new Mediabase stations added "WGSTD" this week. That makes a total of 39 in 3 weeks. But the song still isn't on the Top 50 Mediabase chart.


According to Country Aircheck, only 1 new Mediabase station added "WGSTD" this week. That makes a total of 40 stations in 4 weeks. The song still isn't on the Top 50 Mediabase chart.



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.



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"Shania Twain’s Now bullets 23-10 with a 90% increase." ... Well that's a good sign at least :) (in Canada anyway).

I also have this weird feeling Shania is up to something, no idea why, no proof or reasoning, just do. Take it for what it's worth.

Also, still unsure why there is a need to keep pressing the point of certain individuals telling us so... not relevant.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart(No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chartNOWclimbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.

 

According to Country Aircheck, only 1 new Mediabase station added "WGSTD" this week. That makes a total of 40 stations in 4 weeks. The song still isn't in the Top 50 Mediabase chart.

 

This is why and you seriously need to wake up to the reality. I highly doubt you can look at both ends of the spectrum from 0 which is bad and 10 being good. You have to look at everything and put that into your thinking. This is a clear-cut, no bull **** and a gut check on what I agree with what Tommy has posted about this. So NOW is a flop because after 6 weeks of being on the charts it's what now!!! These types of chart position are relevant case closed. "NOW" let's figure a way to fix this problem which I have and posted all a long. Take the personal attacks elsewhere and we are talking about Shania's career, livelihood, life, and message. We help and harness this because we are her fans who love through thick and thin. Happy Thanksgiving! 



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Now The Big Shania Twain Interview by Christian Lamitschka on Country Music News International

By Christian Lamitschka | Country Music News International | November 19, 2017

Listen Now To Shania Twain Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International Magazine & Radio Show.

http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.it/2017/11/now-big-shania-twain-interview-by.html



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It looks like Shania has arrived in Canada for Sunday's Grey Cup halftime performance...

Raising son in French was important, Twain says during promotion appearance in Montreal

"I raised my son primarily in Switzerland, so his first language was French because I forced myself (to speak to him in French)."

By Brendan Kelly | Montreal Gazette | November 23, 2017

There are so many things to talk to Shania Twain about. We could have talked about what it’s like to be the top-selling country artist of all time. How it feels to have pretty well invented modern crossover country music. Or what she went through when serious issues with her vocal cords forced her to stop singing for eight years.

But the conversation with a handful of journalists at a downtown hotel Thursday afternoon began with the pop superstar from Timmins, Ont. talking about her relationship with the French language and how she raised her son Eja en français.

“I learned French as a kid like a lot of kids going to English schools,” said Twain, who was in town to do promotion for her latest album, Now, which was released in late September.

Now is her first new studio album since Up! in 2002. The Now tour is set to kick off in May and will touch down at the Bell Centre in Montreal on June 26.

“I went to an English school, so the French was limited to basic nouns … and very crude grammar,” Twain said.

But she picked up much more French when she moved to Switzerland around the time of the Come On Over album, which was released in 1997. At the time, she was married to Robert John “Mutt” Lange, who produced and co-wrote her best-known albums, The Woman in Me (1995), Come On Over (1997) and Up! (2002), albums that spawned hits like Any Man of Mine, Man! I Feel Like a Woman, and You’re Still the One.

“I raised my son primarily in Switzerland, so his first language was French because I forced myself (to speak to him in French),” Twain said. “I would recommend that to anyone who wants (their child) to learn a new language. If you’re having a child, take advantage of that.

“What I did is I said, ‘I’m not going to speak a word of English to this child. I know enough from my childhood to read one- and two- and three-word-per-page books and to just do the basics and he’s not going to know the difference.’

“By the time he was three-and-a-half and going to preschool, he was in a French preschool and it all took off. By the time he was four-and-a-half, he was correcting my French. So by the time he was in kindergarten, he was already like, ‘Mom, I think you should just speak English.’ I was like, ‘You’re breaking my heart! I got so good at French.’ ”

Now has echoes of Twain’s most famous albums, but it strays even further from her country roots, with lots of rock, soul and even reggae touches thrown in. It is also the first time that she wrote all of the songs entirely by herself, a major change from the albums she co-wrote with Lange. (They divorced in 2010.)

“First of all, it was a decision of independence,” Twain said. “I may never make a record like this again. It was so important to me that I do it alone. I needed to rediscover my sole songwriting because for 15 years I had written with (Lange), which was amazing. We both had incredible success. He had the biggest success of his career with my collaboration. So it was very successful and very harmonious. It was a good combination.

“But I’m like, ‘Now I’m without him. I don’t want to just jump to another collaborator. I’m just going to do it myself’… I really enjoyed and indulged the creative freedom. There’s pros and cons to doing things very independently. The pros are that you have all this creative freedom and you are in the driver’s seat and it’s your vision that is getting realized. The risk is taking the full responsibility. So you can’t share the responsibility.”

Her comeback started when she began a two-year residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas in 2012, and it was the period when she finally felt her voice was back in shape to perform live and record. In 2004, Twain discovered she had lesions in her vocal cords because, she said, of Lyme disease.

“I was petrified coming into Las Vegas, but that was what forced me into (vocal) therapy,” Twain said. “I said, ‘If I can’t do it, I’ll know I’ve just gotta shut it down and it’s over forever.’ But I succeeded at that residency. I actually did it. When I got through that residency, I knew I could make the album.”

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“I have to accept that this is how I sing” – Shania Twain 

Shania Twain acknowledges without embarrassment: now more serious, her voice has changed a lot since the days of her hits “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” and “That Don’t Impress Me Much”. If the Lyme disease that struck her several years ago has forced her to re-education, it has not prevented it to release a new album, “Now”, this fall.

Quebec Telegram | November 23, 2017

“It is a permanent injury. In order to get the same sounds, I have to use my voice differently. It is on my ears that I trust the most. It is a lot of work. I will never be as accurate as I was. I just have to accept that this is how I sing now”, confessed to the Canadian Thursday, during a visit to Montreal.

In spite of everything, this ordeal has allowed her to blow a new wind on its first effort of original songs in 15 years. “On this album, I was able to add new sounds. I do all of the harmonies”, she proudly stated.

Only the front

By her own admission, the creation of “Now” was “the musical experience in the most personal” of Shania Twain, because she has chosen to trust themselves, away from her former co-writer and ex-husband Robert “Mutt” Lange.

“I’ve never made an album like this. It was very important for me to do it alone. I had to rediscover my song writing solo because for 15 years, I’ve written with him.”

But for this, it was necessary that the singer 52-year-old agrees to take a risk.

“There are advantages and disadvantages to doing things independently. You have the freedom of creation and you’re sitting in the driver’s seat. It is your vision that comes to life. The risk is to take full responsibility. You can’t share it”, she detailed.

Doubts dispelled

 And doubts, there has been during the incubation period of the “Now”. Shania Twain was also terrified by this project.

“The biggest challenge was to make this album alone. It was not knowing if I was going to make good music. I knew that I was going to do the music that I would be satisfied, I knew my high expectations, but I didn’t know if I was going to have the courage [to do so],” she said.

This is the offer of the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, which she has started to walk the stage in December 2012, which responded to her questions.

“It was the period where I tested my voice. Could I do it? Had I learned enough things about this that is not going to overcome [this difficulty]? When I managed to Las Vegas, I knew that I could do this album.”

Before her tour in 2018, which will lead to Montreal on the 26th of June, and at Quebec two days later, Shania Twain will offer a Sunday performance during the halftime of the Grey Cup game which will be played at TD Place, in Ottawa.

Original article in French: Le Journal de Montréal

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NOW falls 10 spots to No. 11 in its second week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171013/7502/


NOW falls 11 spots to No. 22 in its third week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171020/7502/


NOW falls 18 spots to No. 40 in its fourth week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171027/7502/


NOW falls 7 spots to No. 47 in its fifth week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171103/7502/


NOW falls 6 spots to No. 53 in its sixth week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171110/7502/


NOW falls 21 spots to No. 74 in its seventh week on the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171117/7502/


After seven weeks, NOW falls off the UK Official Top 100 Albums chart. (No. 74 last week)

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/20171124/7502/



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Such a sad era, where the hell is Shania???
I'm happy for this great album, but I would like to enjoy new performances and music videos...



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Shania’s WGSTD still hasn’t reached top 50 of country mediabase charts!

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NOW falls 1 spot to No. 6 in its third week on the ARIA Australian chart.

http://www.noise11.com/news/australian-charts-pink-beautiful-trauma-debuts-at-no-1-with-78000-sales-20171023


NOW falls 7 spots to No. 13 in its fourth week on the ARIA Australian chart.

https://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart 


NOW falls 1 spot to No. 14 in its fifth week on the ARIA Australian chart.

https://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart  


NOW falls 11 spots to No. 25 in its sixth week on the ARIA Australian chart.

https://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart


NOW falls 11 spots to No. 36 in its seventh week on the ARIA Australian chart.

https://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart


After seven weeks, NOW falls off the ARIA Australian Top 50 chart. (No. 36 last week)

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For anyone interested, Grammy award nominations were announced this morning. Of course NOW isn't nominated.

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“I couldn’t sing” – Shania Twain

The canadian star of country-pop Shania Twain will be performing at Quebec the next summer. She has just launched its first studio album after a 15-year absence, a period when she has gone through several hardships on the personal front.

Quebec Telegram | November 27, 2017 

Shania Twain has dominated country-pop in the 90’s and sold almost 100 million albums. Generous and smiling, the singer originally from Ontario met with the media in Quebec this week.

It is also the beginning of a new chapter of her life with Now’s first studio album in 15 years which she signs all the texts.

“The album represents how I arrived at something positive. I talk a lot of how to find the courage, I’ll be back on the confidence I lost a bit during the last fifteen years,” she said.

At the age of 52, the singer is more sure of itself than ever.

“I have more stability and confidence in my decisions. I came to a point in my life where I say to myself that even if I make mistakes, this is not serious. I want to push myself until I am uncomfortable, but I do not agree to be pushed by the other !”, she says, laughing.

Shania Twain speaks very good French, a language she learned as a child, and she often practices with her son and her husband is of swiss origin.

She had to relearn how to sing

The singer’s comeback, after a break-up painful, and a diagnosis of Lyme disease which has caused damage to the vocal cords.

“The moment I realized that my voice was completely different, I had no control, no tone. It was a very sad, very hard,” says the singer, moved.

She even thought she would never be able to sing. “I continued to write songs, I said to my husband: maybe it is time to give my songs to other singers to do it live. I was not able to sing,” she recalls.

Fortunately, by consulting professionals, Shania Twain was able to start to sing.

“The problem is still there, it’s going to stay my whole life, but with the therapies and physiotherapy for my voice … I have found a way of singing,” she said.

“Man! I feel like a woman”, and celebrates its 20 years!

This ode to femininity on which so many girls are époumonées celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

“A lot of songs from that period that I have written, it was a risk! Nowadays, if someone released a song like this, this is not a risk, it will not be a judge,” says the singer.

Shania Twain will be performing in Montreal on June 26 and in the Centre Videotron in Quebec on 28 June.

“It is always a pleasure for me to go and sing in these cities, it is always nice. I feel very… “welcome!” It that how you say welcome?” she said, faltering, apologizing to her mastery of the French language.

“And they will forgive me my way of speaking French!” she adds, laughing.

Let’s hope that her fans will be charmed by her accent and be fulfilled.

Original article in French: Le Journal de Montréal

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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.



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Do y'all think Shania will be singing "Forever and For Always" on her NOW tour?

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Billboard Canadian Albums chart... 

"Coming off her halftime performance at the Grey Cup last Sunday, Shania Twain’s Now bullets 35-13 with a 77% consumption increase."

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Whose Gonna Be Your Girl? I have yet to hear the song on country radio in Canada. It's strange because this song has hit potential 



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They played WGSTD on the big radio station in Washington DC last night 🙌🏼
Here's a link to their request line if you're interested in calling in... wmzq.iheart.com/contact/

There's still hope for this song!

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They played WGSTD on the big radio station in Washington DC last night 🙌🏼
Here's a link to their request line if you're interested in calling in... wmzq.iheart.com/contact/

There's still hope for this song!


 That's great! However, I think the damage has already been done. No promotion means no playing. 



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


 Tommy, do you think this will start helping the song climb? 


Possibly, but not much. It will be lucky to make it onto the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. We'll see.



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Shania Twain's comeback album 'Now' comes up lacking (CD review)

By Chuck Yarborough | The Plain Dealer | December 6, 2017

CLEVELAND, Ohio - By all accounts, Shania Twain is a nice lady.

One Facebook poster noted that in a visit to her hometown, Timmins, Ontario, Canada, the townsfolk to whom he talked had nothing but good things to say about her. Apparently, she's given back to the community in a big way. Still doing it, too, with her organization Shania Kids Can, which helps children succeed in school. It's the kind of thing you'd expect from a woman who took over raising her siblings after her parents were killed in an auto accident when she was just 21.

That's great, and I applaud her for it. 

But I won't, I can't applaud her music.

"Now,'' her first album in 15 years, hit stores and online this fall. It debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country album charts. Last I checked, it was down to No. 35, and has been as low as No. 43. By the time you read this, it may be - justifiably - at No. 99.

Twain wrote and produced or co-produced all 12 cuts on the album. The list of credits for musicians, engineers, assistants and whatever is only a tiny bit shorter than "War and Peace." Curiously, it doesn't say who was in charge of the Auto Tunes.

Twain has never been much of a singer, to be honest. In a review of her 1999 concert at what was then Gund Arena, I had this to say: " 'That Don't Impress Me Much' could have been talking about her own out-of-breath - as opposed to breathy - vocals. She missed notes all night long. Not badly, but noticeably.''

And then there was this, from a 1998 stop at Blossom:

"It's a good thing Hank Williams Sr. is dead; this would kill him.

"Twain, in tight black spandex pants and silver lame halter top, took the stage to a rousing chorus of cheers and AC-DC concert pyrotechnics, belting out 'Man, I Feel Like a Woman.' She looked more like an aerobics teacher than someone carrying on the legacy of Patsy Cline.'' 

Not much has changed in almost 20 years, except that she no longer has now ex-husband Robert "Mutt" Lange in the producer's chair. And boy, does it show in "Now.''

Twain uses all three of the notes that comprise her vocal range as best she can, but the songs just don't have the pop of her old pop. Whether that's because she's completely tapped her songwriting fountain or because of Lange's absence, I can't really say.

What I can say is that I never, ever thought I would miss "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under'' and the aforementioned "Man, I Feel Like a Woman,'' two songs that set back country music by decades.

If there's a saving grace on the album, it's the LP-ender "Soldier.'' I confess to having a soft spot for the military, and songs about them. This is no "Dress Blues,'' from Jason Isbell; or "Angel Flight,'' from Radney Foster; or "Travelin' Soldier,'' from the Dixie Chicks. But it's one that will resonate with a lot of military families, wondering where their loved ones are, knowing that all they really want to do is get home.

But after hearing "Swinging With My Eyes Closed,'' "Poor Me,'' "Who's Gonna Be Your Girl'' and "You Can't Buy Love'' (did she REALLY write "When life gives you lemons . . . Make some lemonade. Drink it in the shade"?), I get a little nostalgic for the good ol' days.

I also feel a pressing desire to put on Margo Price or Brandy Clark or Eilen Jewell as a sort of musical paregoric. Grade: D.

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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.



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It looks like "Who's Gonna Be Your Girl" will be released in the UK on December 15. It will be the UK's third single.

Shania Twain announces Who’s Gonna Be Your Girl as her new single

By Pip Ellwood-Hughes | Entertainment Focus - UK | November 3, 2017

Shania Twain has announced that Who’s Gonna Be Your Girl is the latest single lifted from her latest album Now.

Released on 15th December, Who’s Gonna Be Your Girl is the third single from Now and follows Life’s About to Get Good and Swingin’ With My Eyes Closed. The song was written and co-produced by Twain.

Now entered the UK album chart at number 1 in the first week of release. The album is Twain’s first in 15 years and she promoted it with a live performance at BBC Radio 2’s Live in Hyde Park in September.

Twain recently announced that she would be hitting the road in the UK and Ireland for the Now tour. Kicking off in September, the full dates for the tour are:

September 2018

Wed 19th – Glasgow, Glasgow SSE Hydro
Fri 21st – Glasgow, Glasgow SSE Hydro – SOLD-OUT
Sat 22nd – Manchester, Manchester Arena
Mon 24th – Birmngham, Birmingham Arena
Wed 26th – Ireland, Dublin 3Arena – SOLD-OUT
Thu 27th – Ireland, Dublin 3Arena
Sat 29th – Belfast, Belfast SSE Arena – SOLD-OUT

October 2018

Tue 2nd – London, London O2 Arena
Wed 3rd – London, London O2 Arena

Over her career to date Twain has sold 90 million albums worldwide. She’s the top-selling female Country artist of all-time and her album Come On Over has sold over 40 million units worldwide, becoming the best-selling studio album in Soundscan history by a female artist.

https://www.entertainment-focus.com/music-section/ef-country/shania-twain-announces-whos-gonna-be-your-girl-as-her-new-single/


"Who's Gonna Be Your Girl" will officially be released in the UK tomorrow, December 15. BBC Radio 2 recently added the song to its playlist and is currently No. 18 on the BBC Radio 2 Airplay Chart.

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SHANIA TWAIN: THE COMEBACK
Shania Twain was robbed of her voice by Lyme disease and her husband by her best friend – but she’s back with a new album and to tell the tragic tale

The Man I Feel Like A Woman singer also discussed pal Taylor Swift, working with Niall Horan and the creative process behind upcoming album Now in the latest episode of the Bizarre Life podcast

From Dan Wootton's Bizarre Column | The Sun | July 13, 2017

A CRUSHING divorce after her best friend stole her husband and the loss of her precious singing voice.

Those are two good reasons why ­country legend SHANIA TWAIN — one of the ­biggest-selling stars in music — ­virtually disappeared from the entertainment industry for the last 15 years.

But now the Man! I Feel Like A Woman singer is releasing her first album since 2002 and telling the full story of her traumatic time away from the spotlight.

In an emotional new episode of my Bizarre Life podcast — which you can download now from iTunes or any podcast provider — the 51-year-old reveals her shock as her 17-year marriage to her producer husband MUTT LANGE broke down.

Shania — who lost both her parents in a car accident when she was 21 — tells me: “I thought everything was great. I mean, I thought the worst in my life was over, basically.

“A mistake. Never think that. You never know what’s coming around the corner.”

In a devastating twist, Mutt left Shania, pictured with me, for her best friend, Marie-Anne Thiebaud, leaving the singer understandably “shattered”.

She says: “I thought that marriage was forever. I really, really believed that. I thought, ‘I’m safe. This creative relationship is forever’. And I really counted on that.

“I never even considered that it would ever be different. I was committed and that would be the rest of my life. I was sure of that.

“So when that fell away, the marriage fell away, the friendship falls away with that, and every part of that falls away. And of course the musical collaboration fell away.”

In an extraordinarily happy twist, Shania is now married to Frederic Thiebaud, who was the husband of the best friend who betrayed her.

But her divorce meant she was determined to be totally ­independent, both in life and her music.

She explains: “I think, for me, love is a gift. It’s a necessity. But you’re still lucky if you have it, so you can’t count on it.

“And I guess in that sense, that’s where my survival instincts come in.

“If I had never found love again, I’m not going to lay down and die. But I’m very lucky that I did.

“And that of course re-energises all of the inspiration that any creative person needs. Falling in and out of love is always inspiration to be creative, for me.”

After the break-up, Shania threw herself into bringing up son Eja, who is now 15.

She says: “You know there’s a blessing in everything and taking all of those years off from the studio, off from the touring. I was enjoying being a mother.

“I wasn’t resenting the fact that I wasn’t in the studio, that I wasn’t touring. I was loving being a mum.”

Shania’s new album Now is one that she believed for a long time would never be released.

She lost her singing and much of her speaking voice after a tick caused her to contract Lyme disease.

She says: “This is a specific type of tick. It more commonly attacks the vital organs.

“It’s a very debilitating disease, very degenerative. So I was very lucky at all that it affected the nerves on my vocal cords, not the vocal cords.

“I lost my voice for several years and I could speak but I couldn’t yell. I could never yell for my dog or my son or whatever.

“I also felt that I was never going to make another album — that was probably my truth. It was devastating. I really grieved about that. It did bring me down and I struggled with it every day.

“It was very depressing and I was really sad about it but I still had my writing and my writing is my first love, really, over everything.

“I was only going to be a writer and not the performer.”

Shania spent years battling to get her voice back, which she says was “a very long, drawn-out process”.

After a successful Las Vegas residency and US tour, she knew she had “no excuse but to move forward and face the fear”.

Critically for her, she wrote and recorded her latest album largely on her own.

Shania added: “The last thing I wanted to do at this point in my life after surviving all of that was rely on somebody else to take this huge step with me.

“I wanted to do it on my own, I wanted the challenge.”

Challenge well and truly accomplished. Shania deserves to be back in the charts.

I love what I’m Horan right now

AS one of country music’s greatest talents, Shania has a queue of stars lining up to work with her – but one Irishman in particular has caught her eye.

I told in May how ONE DIRECTION’s NIALL HORAN had bonded with her in the studio after meeting through their mutual producer Jacquire King.

And luckily for Niall, Shania has offered to lend a hand on his debut album, which he is currently putting the finishing touches to.

Shania says: “We need to write together. I think that would be a really successful, creative time.

“He’s a sweetheart and we get along really well. I think he’s great. I think he’s really wonderful. He’s very organic and natural.”

But Niall has to start returning Shania’s calls . . .

She laughs: “I am a little ticked with him because I texted him yesterday and he didn’t answer me. Normally he answers right away.

“I said to myself, ‘Well, we’ll see about that!’”

Hurry up, Niall – you don’t want to lose that superstar collaboration.

Pals with Taylor

SHANIA has successfully inspired a whole new generation of singers, from ED SHEERAN to HAIM.

And she is now close pals with the woman who has undoubtedly become her most famous successor – TAYLOR SWIFT.

When asked if Taylor had sought her advice, she admitted: “Yes, but we won’t talk about those things. We’ve run into each other a few times over the years.

“She’s so talented and I admire her ability to write stories and music that communicate so well.”

Getting Shania’s seal of approval must mean so much.

First listen

SHANIA’S new album Now – released in September – is a triumph of a comeback.

She’s allowed me to be one of the only folk in the world over the past few weeks to listen to it and I’m convinced it’s going to be a contender for my Album of the Year.

There are big Shania bangers like That Don’t Impress Me Much with a little modern dance and reggae influence for good measure.

But Shania really shines on emotional ballads detailing the heartbreak of her last decade.

Her new single Life’s About To Get Good is a perfect mix of the negativity of the past few years crossed with optimism about what’s to come.

She says: “It represents so much of what the album is really about.”

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HOW BIZARRE

Shania tells of her oddest...

  • GIG: SHANIA has played in some of the world’s most famous venues and is currently in the midst of planning her next tour, but she won’t be returning to her most bizarre gig location. The Canadian singer admitted that it took place in “a stripper bar”.
  • TALE: ASKED about the most unlikely story she has ever read about herself, she said: “Oh, that I lied about my heritage. Yeah, I thought that was so weird, that was bizarre. I’m like, ‘What?!’ Well, I have a very confusing background.”
  • PARTY: YEARS of showbiz bashes can’t compete with one she witnessed in the Caribbean. She said: “I ended up at a nudist beach party. It was the only room available so I walk out of my balcony and everybody’s nude having a party down at the bar.”

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/4013898/superstar-shania-twain-opens-up-bizarres-dan-wootton/

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I posted the "Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton" podcast here:

http://shaniasupersite.com/shania_news_sunonlineuk071317.html


Dan Wootton @danwootton

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BIZARRE AWARDS REVEALED She fought back against heartbreak, a disease that threatened to destroy her voice and the closest chart battle in years to win her first No1 album in 20 years. The incomparable @ShaniaTwain, a worthy winner of Comeback of the Year #ShaniaTwain

12:45 PM ET - 15 Dec 17

http://twitter.com/danwootton

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Ed Sheeran and Robbie Williams lead The Sun’s 2017 Bizarre Awards

After an uncomfortable year for celebrities, 2017 ends on a high note as the annual Bizarre Awards are handed out to this year's icons

From Dan Wootton's Bizarre column | The Sun - UK | December 15, 2017

....But there’s only one possible winner of Comeback Of The Year – SHANIA TWAIN.

The country superstar overcame the decade from hell, including the loss of her singing voice from Lyme disease and her producer husband leaving her to run off with her best friend, to secure a No1 smash hit album.

Shania Twain wins Bizarre's Comeback of the Year Award
Shania Twain wins Bizarre's Comeback of the Year Award

It means so much to me that you supported my comeback from the start - Shania Twain

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/5149639/ed-sheeran-and-robbie-williams-lead-the-suns-2017-biz-awards/



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The most disappointing albums of 2017

By Evan Sawdey | MSN | December 8, 2017

The entirety of 2017's pop music output can be boiled down to one simple concept: it was the year of the comeback.

And what a joy it was: acts that either had been off their promotional cycles for a good while (Taylor Swift, U2, Arcade Fire) or existed in a nebulous space as to whether any new songs were going to come out (LCD Soundsystem, Kesha, Gorillaz) suddenly decided that 2017 was the year to make it happen. Some had long release date buildups, some were outright surprises. It was a constant stream of excitement across all genres, leaving many people feeling elated and happy about something for once – a sharp contrast to how we felt about the rest of the year.

Yet 2017 is a cruel mistress, as for every welcome and surprising return (think Kendrick Lamar or, yes, that excellent Kesha record), the glow of the new faded off of a majority of these releases rather quickly, leaving us with an overwhelming sense of disappointment. Here, we round up some of the most disappointing albums released in 2017 and dig in to why they left us feeling so cold.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/gallery/the-most-disappointing-albums-of-2017/ss-BBGnugi?ocid=ob-fb-enus-85

Shania Twain - "Now"

Astoundingly, "Now" is only Shania Twain's fifth studio album. This seems so odd only because her previous efforts (starting with 1995's "The Woman in Me") managed to spin off crossover singles for years and years after the fact, making it seem like she released tons more discs of material than she actually did. Still, the 15 year break between "Up!" and "Now" was unusual even for Shania, which means that with expectations running high, the resulting album could only be the result of several rounds of several executives and producers going over each and every song and making sure every moment is perfectly in place. This is Shania, after all, so anything less than a chart-swallowing blockbuster is simply not acceptable.

The problem? Careful as every note and word is perfectly placed for maximum impact, Shania's style hasn't changed an ounce, and her sunshine-ready brand of country-pop doesn't feel refreshing in 2017: it sounds dated, hackneyed. Even her vocal performances feel put-upon and forced, which is a shame given how making this look easy was her go-to superpower. "Now" may have topped the charts, but it quickly (and abruptly) fell out of the Top 10, proving the old adage that fanbases are like plants: you got to keep checking on them. After failing to do so for more than a decade, only the hardcore remain, and after a bland run of songs like this, it's only the hardcore that are going to stick with her after.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/gallery/the-most-disappointing-albums-of-2017/ss-BBGnugi?ocid=ob-fb-enus-85#image=20



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The most disappointing albums of 2017

By Evan Sawdey | MSN | December 8, 2017

The entirety of 2017's pop music output can be boiled down to one simple concept: it was the year of the comeback.

And what a joy it was: acts that either had been off their promotional cycles for a good while (Taylor Swift, U2, Arcade Fire) or existed in a nebulous space as to whether any new songs were going to come out (LCD Soundsystem, Kesha, Gorillaz) suddenly decided that 2017 was the year to make it happen. Some had long release date buildups, some were outright surprises. It was a constant stream of excitement across all genres, leaving many people feeling elated and happy about something for once – a sharp contrast to how we felt about the rest of the year.

Yet 2017 is a cruel mistress, as for every welcome and surprising return (think Kendrick Lamar or, yes, that excellent Kesha record), the glow of the new faded off of a majority of these releases rather quickly, leaving us with an overwhelming sense of disappointment. Here, we round up some of the most disappointing albums released in 2017 and dig in to why they left us feeling so cold.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/gallery/the-most-disappointing-albums-of-2017/ss-BBGnugi?ocid=ob-fb-enus-85

Shania Twain - "Now"

Astoundingly, "Now" is only Shania Twain's fifth studio album. This seems so odd only because her previous efforts (starting with 1995's "The Woman in Me") managed to spin off crossover singles for years and years after the fact, making it seem like she released tons more discs of material than she actually did. Still, the 15 year break between "Up!" and "Now" was unusual even for Shania, which means that with expectations running high, the resulting album could only be the result of several rounds of several executives and producers going over each and every song and making sure every moment is perfectly in place. This is Shania, after all, so anything less than a chart-swallowing blockbuster is simply not acceptable.

The problem? Careful as every note and word is perfectly placed for maximum impact, Shania's style hasn't changed an ounce, and her sunshine-ready brand of country-pop doesn't feel refreshing in 2017: it sounds dated, hackneyed. Even her vocal performances feel put-upon and forced, which is a shame given how making this look easy was her go-to superpower. "Now" may have topped the charts, but it quickly (and abruptly) fell out of the Top 10, proving the old adage that fanbases are like plants: you got to keep checking on them. After failing to do so for more than a decade, only the hardcore remain, and after a bland run of songs like this, it's only the hardcore that are going to stick with her after.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/gallery/the-most-disappointing-albums-of-2017/ss-BBGnugi?ocid=ob-fb-enus-85#image=20


This is not negativity, hate or anything remotely to that. This is a huge gut check and I told you so. When are we going to listen and truly watch out for these types of feedback and backlash? We sometimes need to take our rose-colored glasses off for awhile and live in the real world. But I am a true blue fan for decades and I love our girl but this is a reality check and wake up call to all the post I have posted yet many wanted to throw nasty words and treated me unfair. Like many of pointed out about the good, bad and ugly. We must admit that it's a huge flop for her and she needs to really look at the whole picture with her those glasses off and on. We want to live with the glasses on but truly when we take them off and look at the whole picture. It becomes apparent. The numbers and facts do not lie like crooked Trump! And do not start on my political satire and joke because if it was up to Shania. Hillary would be President because Hillary really rocked this country and she cared more about the world then Trump! So getting back to Shania. Shania is a mature professional. Shania is a legend and icon. Shania is tough as nails and a humble woman. Shania is not just a pretty face but a true artist who crafts, skills and talent is amazing. She needs to come out with a few more albums underneath her belt to make it work, to rock the country again and to bring world peace! 



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