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Munich! ❤️

12:52 PM ET - 6 Oct 18

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Shania at Prague, Czech Republic airport

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Tommy, is there anyway we can access her tour records without paying for them on Pollstar Pro?

 



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Tommy, is there anyway we can access her tour records without paying for them on Pollstar Pro?


 I think, we should at least wait until the end of the tour as some dates boxoffice may be published in the near future by Billboard.



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Tommy, is there anyway we can access her tour records without paying for them on Pollstar Pro?


 I think, we should at least wait until the end of the tour as some dates boxoffice may be published in the near future by Billboard.


Like Tanya said, Billboard is probably our best bet as far as a free website. I just don't know if they will be posting any more of the U.S./Canada boxscores. 



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I translated the concert review below from Czech into English using an online translator.

Shania Twain thrills Czech audience with her hits and goodwill

By Jana Kloučková | iReport | October 7, 2018

Shania Twain made her first visit to the Czech Republic. The local premiere of the Canadian singer met with success and did not fail even the frontrunner Bastian Baker, who had joined in two duets during a concert to the main star of the evening.

Bastian Baker did not feel in the desired position, apparently as any frontman. Still, he managed to make contact with the unusually warm audience, even thanked Czech and met (on the frontman) with a very positive response. So he set up good ground for the main star of the evening.

Shania Twain did not let the fans wait too long and appeared around nine o'clock. Her entrance was unconventional - she did not appear on the podium immediately, but came from the right side of the O2 arena and still behind the giant hit We Will Rock You by the British band Queen, whose rhythm could then be heard by the audience several times during the evening.

From the beginning, the singer charmed her beauty, the noble and above all the joy that she had released her songs. Twain is not an interpreter, whose glory would be built on scandals, but the stock of hits is decent in her case. The show began singing on the podium by Life's About To Get Good from the latest album Now. Subsequently, the setlist offered just one hit after another. For example, Come On Over, Don't Be Stupid, That Don't Impress Me Much, and more. No ordinary radio listener would be lost in the songs.

The singer's weakness was, unfortunately, her main instrument, her voice. It is important to take into account her age (53 years) and the dysphonia, but sometimes the sound of her vocal was not quite as pleasant as it used to be "in the old days". This lack was known especially in slower songs. Yet, while You're Still The One, you get all the visitors. It is only a shame that the singer did not draw from the audience a single Czech, but Slovakia, Hungarian and two Scots.

A heterogeneous audience composed of different nationalities was ready to cheer at all times, but most of the members of the security guard met retiring to the seats. However, visitors tried to appreciate the singer with at least applause. He also earned her Shana Twain, her drummer, who was one of the most prolific elements of the supporting band, and had a lot of attention from the beginning.

Overall, the Czech country pop country icon premiered better than expected. At the end, she gave up her other significant hit Man! I Feel Like A Woman! and thanked her amazing audience.

Setlist: Life's About To Get Good, Come On Over, Up!, Poor Me, Don't Be Stupid, That Don't Impress Me Much, Any Man Of Mine, Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under, Honey I'm Home, I'm Alright, Ka-Ching (Interlude), You're Still The One, More Fun, Music Video Journey, From This Moment On, I'm Gonna Getcha Good, Party For Two, Swingin 'With My Eyes Closed, (I'm Outta Here!), Blue Storm (Interlude), Man! I Feel Like A Woman!

https://www.ireport.cz/clanky/recenze/live-shania-twain-si-ziskala-ceske-publikum-svymi-hity-i-dobrosrdecnosti



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I’m teaming up with @Prizeo to raise support for @ShaniaKidsCan! Donate $10 and you could meet me backstage in Sydney, Australia! 😘 Enter here: http://prizeo.com/shania

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Tommy wrote:
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Tommy, is there anyway we can access her tour records without paying for them on Pollstar Pro?


 I think, we should at least wait until the end of the tour as some dates boxoffice may be published in the near future by Billboard.


Like Tanya said, Billboard is probably our best bet as far as a free website. I just don't know if they will be posting any more of the U.S./Canada boxscores. 


I got all the pollstar data so far :)



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I got all the pollstar data so far :)

 How?



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I paid for a report after the Belfast date I attended.



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I paid for a report after the Belfast date I attended.


You paid $499??? 

https://www.pollstar.com/Subscribe 



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I paid for a report after the Belfast date I attended.


You paid $499??? 

https://www.pollstar.com/Subscribe 


 Haha no ofcourse not. You can download the box office history of 1 artist for $25



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I paid for a report after the Belfast date I attended.


You paid $499??? 

https://www.pollstar.com/Subscribe 


 Haha no ofcourse not. You can download the box office history of 1 artist for $25


Since Pollstar's stats are different than Billboard (which I've been charting), I think I will wait until the end of the tour and see how many boxscores Billboard posts. Then I might pay for Pollstar for the rest of the boxscores.



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Pollstar stats are more reliable. Those are the stats released by the box offices of the venues who are more independent. Billboard stats are released by the tour operators who want things to look better than they are. Having said that, 9 out of 10 stats are the same.

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Concert review Munich

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Fast schon zu perfekt

Shania Twains Hochglanzshow in München

 München (DK) Das Leopardenmuster gibt den Ton an.

Auf den T-Shirts am Merchandise-Stand zum Beispiel, an dem sogar die langen Leopardenhandschuhe, die Shania Twain auf dem Cover der aktuellen CD "Shania Now" trägt, zu kaufen sind. Und auch den riesigen Bühnenvorhang ziert das markante Muster. Doch es bleibt an diesem Abend am Ende nur der Raubkatzen-Look. Die Kanadierin selbst zeigt musikalisch eher selten die Krallen und liefert eine fast schon zu geschliffene Hochglanzshow ab.

Zum Auftakt beweist der Schweizer Singer-Songwriter Bastian Baker aber erst mal Mut, als er allein vor den Vorhang tritt und seine Nummern zum Besten gibt. In einer knappen halben Stunde redet Baker aber etwas viel und übertreibt mit Animationen, darunter ein Oktoberfest-Part mit "Zicke zacke . . . ".
Zu "We Will Rock You" vom Band nimmt Shanais Schlagzeugerin auf einer kleinen Bühne im hinteren Teil der gut gefüllten Olympiahalle Platz und den Beat des Queen-Hits auf. Dazu erscheint Diva Twain im langen silbernen Kleid mit Glitzercowboyhut und schreitet die Ränge herab und durch die Arena.

Trotz Hut ist das erste Stück "Life's About To get Good" weniger Country als lupenreiner Pop, der von knalligen und bunten Farben auf diversen gigantischen Würfeln untermalt wird. Passend zu "Up! " aus dem Jahr 2002 besteigt die mehrfache Grammypreisträgerin einen dieser Würfel über eine Leiter, wird mit einem Gurt gesichert und entschwebt nach oben. Die Quader, die immer wieder als Video- und Farbprojektionsflächen dienen, bieten auch den anderen Musikern Platz. Gitarristen, Violinisten und Schlagzeugerin logieren hier in unterschiedlichen Höhen.

Im hoch geschlitzten Kleid zeigt Twain Haut und Hits wie "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" und "That Don't Impress Me Much" von der 1997er-LP "Come On Over", die gleich mehrere Rekorde verbuchen kann: meistverkauftes Country-Musik-Album, meistverkauftes Studio-Album eines weiblichen Acts und meistverkauftes Album aller kanadischen Sängerinnen und Sänger.

Was zu Beginn etwas zu sehr wie Hochglanz-Revue ohne große Emotion wirkt, wird aber doch noch herzlich. Und fannah, als die häufig ihre Outfits wechselnde Sängerin eine Gruppe junger Mädchen aus München, Würzburg und Bayreuth zu Umarmungen, Small Talk und Selfies auf die kleine Plattform holt. Emotional ist auch die kleine Reise durch frühere Musikvideos, die sich die Kanadierin mit einem Glas Sekt und einer Fernbedienung in der Hand hinter dem Vorhang ansieht. Dieser ist immer wieder dank seiner Transparenz für allerlei (Leoparden)Effekte gut.

Für zwei Duette darf der Schweizer Support-Act im Oktoberfestlook zurückkehren, bevor Shania Twain mit Band das Konzert nach knapp zwei Stunden souverän zu Ende bringt.

Martin Buchenberger

https://www.donaukurier.de/nachrichten/kultur/Fast-schon-zu-perfekt;art598,3939960

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Almost too perfect

Shania Twains glossy show in Munich

Munich (DK) The leopard pattern sets the tone.

 
For example, on the T-shirts at the merchandise stand where even the long leopard gloves worn by Shania Twain on the cover of the current CD "Shania Now" are on sale. The striking pattern also adorns the huge stage curtain. But it remains in the evening at the end only the big cats look. The Canadian herself seldom musically shows the claws and delivers an almost too polished high-gloss show.

But first of all, the Swiss singer-songwriter Bastian Baker proves his courage when he appears alone in front of the curtain and gives his numbers to the best. But in about half an hour Baker talks a lot and exaggerates with animations, including an Oktoberfest part with "Zicke zacke.
To "We Will Rock You" from the band takes Shanai's drummer on a small stage in the back of the well-filled Olympiahalle place and the beat of the Queen's Hits. In addition, Diva Twain appears in the long silver dress with glitter cowboy hat and steps down the ranks and through the arena.

Despite the hat, the first piece "Life's About To Get Good" is less country than flawless Pop, which is accompanied by bright and colorful colors on various gigantic cubes. In keeping with "Up!" From 2002, the multiple Grammy winner climbs one of these cubes on a ladder, is secured with a belt and escapes to the top. The cuboids, which serve as video and color projection surfaces again and again, also offer space for the other musicians. Guitarists, violinists and drummer live here at different heights.

In the high-slit dress Twain shows skin and hits like "Do not Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" and "That Do not Impress Me Much" from the 1997 LP "Come On Over", which set several records can: best-selling country music album, best-selling studio album of a female act and best-selling album of all Canadian singers.

What at first seems a bit too much like glossy revue without great emotion, but still warm. And fannah, as the singer, who frequently changes her outfits, brings a group of young girls from Munich, Würzburg and Bayreuth to hugs, small talk and selfies on the small platform. Emotional is also the small journey through earlier music videos, which looks at the Canadians with a glass of champagne and a remote control in the back of the hand behind the curtain. This is always good thanks to its transparency for all sorts of (leopard) effects.

For two duets, the Swiss support act may return in the Oktoberfest look, before Shania Twain brings the concert with band after almost two hours sovereign to end.
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Cologne! I’m so excited to perform for you tonight ❤️ I’m giving away a few pairs of tickets to celebrate. Tag who you would bring with you in the comments below for a chance to win. #ShaniaNOW

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AZ-Konzert-Kritik Shania Twain in der Olympiahalle: Tigerin, Glitzer, Cowboyhut

Dominik Petzold07.10.2018 - 18:22 Uhr

Durchchoreografiert und steril, nahbar und entrückt im ständigen Wechsel: Shania Twain in der Olympiahalle.

Kann man gleichzeitig unerreichbarer Star und volksnah sein? Shania Twain gibt sich in der Olympiahalle jedenfalls große Mühe, diesen Spagat hinzukriegen, von Anfang an: Sie betritt die Arena überraschend über die Seitentreppe, schreitet zu "We Will Rock You"-Getrommel in Glitzerkleid und Glitzercowboyhut durch die Reihen und klatscht die Fans am Wegesrand ab.

Als sie die Bühne erreicht hat, sagt sie ein paar Worte, und losgeht die minutiös choreographierte Bombast-Show mit "Life’s About To Get Good". Ein schönes Versprechen, nur: Wo sind die Musiker, die mit ihr das Leben der Zuschauer versüßen sollen? Erst bei der zweiten Nummer, passenderweise "Come On Over", kommen ein paar vorbei – beziehungsweise werden auf den riesigen Quader in der Bühnenmitte gehoben. Der teilt sich danach in zwei Würfel, die zugleich dreidimensionale LED-Leinwände und Bühnenpodeste für die Musiker sind. Und drei weitere Würfel schweben noch von der Decke herab.

Manchmal singt Shania auch live zu Voll-Playback

Diese werden bei jedem Song neu angeordnet – und die Tänzer und Musiker ebenfalls. Mal geigen sie hier, mal gniedeln sie dort. Die arme Drummerin wird ständig mitsamt Schlagzeug hin- und hergeschoben, einmal entschwebt sie auf einem Podest bis knapp unter das Hallendach. Manchmal sind die Musiker auch nur als Video-Projektionen auf den Würfeln zu sehen. Insgesamt vier stehen auf der Bühne, aber eine Band sind sie nicht: Teile der Musik sind Playback, zum Beispiel der Bass. Manchmal singt Shania auch live zu Voll-Playback. Das ist bei einer solch großen Produktion rätselhaft, die Musik wird so unnötig steriler, die Show ebenfalls.

Die bietet bei jedem Song eine neue Optik: Einmal versetzen die LED-Würfel Shania in eine Bar, wo sie "More Fun" sucht. Beim live beeindruckenden "That Don’t Impress Me Much" fügt sich ihr Tigermuster-Kostüm perfekt zu den entsprechend Hintergrundbildern – es ist eines von mehr als einem halben Dutzend wechselnder Outfits. Bei "Any Man Of Mine" trägt sie zu durchsichtigem Rock wieder Cowboy-Hut: Mit diesem und zwei weiteren Songs erinnert sie an ihre Country-Wurzeln – die wenigen Zuschauer im Western-Dress werden sich gefreut haben.

Dann sitzt sie mit Akustikgitarre auf einer kleinen Bühne in der Mitte der Halle, hinter ihr ein Gitarrenkoffer, der liebevoll-stimmig mit Dutzenden Aufklebern versehen wurde, sicherlich von Designprofis. Sie singt die Ballade "You’re Still The One" von ihrem Album "Come On Over" von 1997. AC/DC-Produzent Robert John "Mutt" Lange, ihr damaliger Mann, hat es mit ihr geschrieben und für sie produziert, es ist das meistverkaufte Album einer Sängerin überhaupt. Und bei diesen so eingängigen wie raffinierten Mainstream-Poprock-Stücken ist das kein Wunder. Sie sind aber auch um Welten besser als viele andere Songs, auch als die neueren Stücke von "Now", Shania Twains erstem Album seit 15 Jahren.

Shania Twain sucht Nähe zu den Fans

Bei ihrem Abstecher in die Mitte der Halle sucht sie dann die Nähe zu ihren Fans. "Ich würde so gern ein paar von Euch persönlich kennenlernen", sagt sie. Also lädt sie sechs Damen zu sich: Sie dürfen Selfies machen, Shania umarmen und aufpassen, nicht von der winzigen Bühne zu fallen. "Das ist meine größte Angst", sagt Twain. Dann schreitet sie durch die Reihen zurück zur Hauptbühne, wo schon ein 14-Jähriger im Fan-Pullover auf sie wartet. Nach kurzem, schüchternem Geplänkel kniet er sich auf Shania Wunsch hin, und sie steigt über seinen Oberschenkel aufs Klavier, wo sie das nächste Lied singt.

Doch so gefühlt endlos lang dieses Bad in der Fanmenge dauert, so blitzschnell ist Shania Twain dann später auch wieder verschwunden. Mit "Man! I Feel Like A Woman" spielt sie am Schluss einen der größten Kracher des Abends, winkt noch mal kurz, während die Band weiterspielt. Wer jetzt kurz wegsieht, verpasst, wie sie wortlos im Boden der Bühne verschwindet. Das Licht geht an, die Fans jubeln noch, der Star ist weg.

https://www.abendzeitung-muenchen.de/inhalt.az-konzert-kritik-shania-twain-in-der-olympiahalle-tigerin-glitzer-cowboyhut.105f4c6e-0055-4aff-bb28-e8b75ba6d5f3.html

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AZ concert review Shania Twain in the Olympiahalle: tigress, glitter, cowboy hat

Dominik Petzold , 07.10.2018 - 18:22 clock
Choreographed and sterile, approachable and rapt in constant change: Shania Twain in the Olympiahalle.
 
Can one be unreachable star and close to the people at the same time? Anyway, in the Olympiahalle, Shania Twain tries hard to do this balancing act, right from the start: She enters the arena via the side steps, walks through the ranks in a glittering dress and a glitter cowboy hat and claps the fans on "We Will Rock You" drum Way edge off.

When she has reached the stage, she says a few words, and starts the meticulously choreographed bombast show with "Life's About To Get Good". A nice promise, only: Where are the musicians who are to sweeten the life of the audience with her? Only at the second number, fittingly "Come On Over", a few pass - or are lifted on the huge cuboid in the middle of the stage. It then splits into two cubes, which are at the same time three-dimensional LED screens and stage platforms for the musicians. And three more cubes still float from the ceiling.

Sometimes Shania also sings live to full playback

These are rearranged on each song - and the dancers and musicians as well. Sometimes they go here, sometimes they settle there. The poor drummer is constantly pushed back and forth with drums, once she escapes on a pedestal to just below the hall roof. Sometimes the musicians can only be seen as video projections on the cubes. A total of four are on stage, but they are not a band: parts of the music are playback, for example, the bass. Sometimes Shania also sings live to full playback. This is puzzling with such a large production, the music becomes unnecessarily sterile, the show too. Once the LED cubes move Shania to a bar where she searches for "More Fun". In the live impressive "That Do not Impress Me Much" her tiger pattern costume fits perfectly with the corresponding background images - it is one of more than half a dozen changing outfits. In "Any Man Of Mine" she wears to transparent rock again Cowboy Hat: With this and two other songs she reminds of her country roots - the few spectators in the Western Dress will have been happy.

Then she sits with acoustic guitar on a small stage in the middle of the hall, behind her a guitar case that has been lovingly-voiced with dozens of stickers, certainly by design professionals. She sings the ballad "You're Still The One" from her album "Come On Over" from 1997. AC / DC Producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange, her then husband, has written it with her and produced it for her is the best selling album of a singer ever. And with these catchy and sophisticated mainstream pop rock songs, that's no wonder. But they are also worlds better than many other songs, even as the newer pieces of "Now", Shania Twain's first album in 15 years.

Shania Twain seeks closeness to the fans

During her detour to the center of the hall, she then seeks to be close to her fans. "I'd love to meet some of you personally," she says. So she invites six ladies to take selfies, hug Shania and be careful not to fall off the tiny stage. "That's my biggest fear," says Twain. Then she walks through the rows back to the main stage, where even a 14-year-old in a fan pullover is waiting for her. After a brief, shy banter, he kneels at Shania's request, and she climbs over his thigh to the piano, where she sings the next song.

But felt as long as this bath takes in the fan crowd, as lightning fast Shania Twain is then later disappeared again. With "Man! I Feel Like A Woman" she plays at the end of one of the biggest smashes of the evening, beckons briefly, while the band continues to play. If you look away for a moment, you will miss how it disappears wordlessly into the floor of the stage. The lights are on, the fans are still cheering, the star is gone.

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Pollstar stats are more reliable. Those are the stats released by the box offices of the venues who are more independent. Billboard stats are released by the tour operators who want things to look better than they are. Having said that, 9 out of 10 stats are the same.


Here are the Pollstar stats. Thanks Luuk (LJ- R)!

I have edited the chart on my website to reflect these Pollstar stats instead of Billboard:
http://www.shaniasupersite.com/shania_tour_now-stats.hml

Thu. May 3 Tacoma Tacoma Dome 13753/15432 $979.630,00
May 5 & 6 Vancouver Rogers Arena 26375/26375 $2.301.320,00
May 9 & 10 Edmonton Rogers Place 26183/27520 $2.756.837,00
Sat. May 12 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre 12533/12533 $1.310.375,00
Sun. May 13 Winnipeg MTS Centre 11552/11552 $1.175.928,00
Tue. May 15 St. Paul Excel Energy Center 14167/14670 $1.266.557,00
Wed. May 16 Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center 8950/10168 $737.774,00
Fri. May 18 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha 13236/13236 $1.023.280,00
Sat. May 19 Chicago United Center 12451/13852 $1.134.116,00
Fri. Jun. 1 Sunrise/Ft. Lauderdale BB&T Center 8172/12284 $630.470,00
Sat. Jun. 2 Tampa Amalie Arena 12524/12524 $1.195.568,00
Mon. Jun. 4 Duluth/Atlanta Infinite Energy Center 8661/9746 $653.875,00
Wed. Jun. 6 Dallas American Airlines Center 12194/14036 $1.168.083,00
Thu. Jun. 7 Austin Frank Erwin Center 7771/10630 $664.423,00
Sat. Jun. 9 Houston Toyota Center 10118/13074 $966.244,00
Sun. Jun. 10 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 10959/12194 $899.089,00
Tue. Jun. 12 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 11118/13581 $648.185,00
Wed. Jun. 13 St. Louis Enterprise Center 12025/14276 $947.964,00
Fri. Jun. 15 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 12357/13433 $1.118.221,00
Sat. Jun. 16 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 12706/14353 $1.135.361,00
Mon. Jun. 25 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre 13430/13430 $1.195.923,00
Tue. Jun. 26 Montreal Bell Centre 12467/13999 $1.060.608,00
Thu. Jun. 28 Quebec City Videotron Centre 12189/13538 $1.008.070,00
Sat. Jun. 30 Hamilton FirstOntario Centre 12043/12787 $1.212.035,00
Jul. 3 & 4 London Budweiser Gardens 17198/17198 $1.483.923,00
Jul. 6 & 7 Toronto Scotiabank Arena 28360/29233 $2.718.044,00
Wed. Jul. 11 Boston TD Garden 12818/12818 $1.169.006,00
Thu. Jul. 12 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 11932/14276 $677.648,00
Sat. Jul. 14 Brooklyn Barclays Center 10286/13678 $850.953,00
Sun. Jul. 15 Washington Capitol One Arena 12076/13541 $964.316,00
Tue. Jul. 17 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 12482/13465 $759.533,00
Wed. Jul. 18 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 10601/11327 $818.874,00
Fri. Jul. 20 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 13433 15171 $987.841,00
Sat. Jul. 21 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14218/14218 $1.411.820,00
Tue. Jul. 24 Kansas City Sprint Center 12671/12671 $1.055.738,00
Wed. Jul. 25 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena 11858/13051 $1.036.654,00
Fri. Jul. 27 Denver Pepsi Center 12075/12823 $1.029.394,00
Sat. Jul. 28 Salt Lake City Vivint SmartHome Arena 10256/10776 $916.303,00
Mon. Jul. 30 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 12822/12822 $1.177.835,00
Wed. Aug. 1 Fresno Save Mart Center 9830/10993 $613.419,00
Fri. Aug. 3 Los Angeles STAPLES Center 11954/13293 $919.244,00
Sat. Aug. 4 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 11516/11516 $1.008.100,00
Sat. Aug. 18 Barretos Camarote Arena Premium 55000/ 55000
Sep. 19 & 21 Glasgow The SSE Hydro 21131/24192 $2.072.319,00
Sat. Sep. 22 Manchester Manchester Arena 14331/14548 $1.425.280,00
Mon. Sep. 24 Birmingham Arena Birmingham 10713/12221 $1.055.379,00
Wed. Sep. 26 & Thu. Sep. 27 Dublin 3Arena 24606/24606 $2.157.346,00
Sat. Sep. 29 Belfast The SSE Arena 9543/9543 $704.094,00



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I paid for a report after the Belfast date I attended.


You paid $499??? 

https://www.pollstar.com/Subscribe 


 Haha no ofcourse not. You can download the box office history of 1 artist for $25


 Will you be able to see the remaining concerts stats as well or only the ones before your subscription?



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Great numbers... the total gross is 54.202.999 $ for now

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Der Preis der Abwesenheit

Überdimensioniert: Shania Twain bringt einen Hauch Las Vegas in die Lanxess Arena Köln

Bericht vom 08.10.2018 in Köln, Lanxess Arena

Von Erik Winkes

Ganze 14 Jahre hat es gedauert, bis Shania Twain nach ihrer ersten Tour wieder in Deutschland auftritt. Die "Now"-Tour ist eine Mischung aus Hits und neuen Songs, die in weiten Teilen begeistert, aber auch ein paar Fragezeichen hinterlässt.

In der bei weitem nicht ausverkauften Kölner Lanxess-Arena, in der die Oberränge abgehängt sind, erwarten die Zuschauer voller Spannung das große Comeback von Shania Twain

Wie klingt sie heute?

Nachdem Shania Twain erklärte, sie habe vor Jahren nach einer Lyme-Borreliose Erkrankung fast ihre Stimme verloren, war zunächst an ein Comeback nicht zu denken. Wie klingt sie jetzt, viele Jahre später?

Berührungsängste kannte Shania Twain schon bei ihrem Konzert 2004 nicht und jedenfalls das hat sich nicht geändert. Der Einmarsch über die Tribüne mitten durchs Publikum ist typisch für einen Star zum Anfassen. Abgesehen von ihrer Musik war diese Nähe zum Publikum immer schon ihr großes Plus. So holt sie im Verlauf des Konzerts Fans auf die Bühne und macht Selfies mit ihnen.

Country mit Rock

Schon beim Opening wird klar, dass Shania Twain live deutlich rockiger klingt als auf den Studioaufnahmen. Ihre Stimme klingt immer noch kraftvoll, aber nicht mehr so perfekt wie noch vor 14 Jahren. Die Stimmfarbe ist etwas tiefer, besitzt aber immer noch diesen besonderen, unverwechselbaren Klang.

Die Bühnenshow ist ein Spektakel aus fünf Videowürfeln, die sich immer wieder neu gruppieren und auch als Tribüne für die Musiker dienen. Ein Hauch Las Vegas wabert durch die Lanxess-Arena. Die Stimmung ist von Anfang an auf gutem Niveau, obwohl das etwas ältere Publikum nicht mehr so enthusiastisch reagiert wie man das von jüngeren Besuchern gewohnt ist.

Saloon-Country

Der rockige Touch verleiht "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" ein faszinierendes neues Flair und auch das griffige Gitarrensolo in "That Don't Impress Me Much" ist energetisch und heizt das Publikum an. 

Ganz anders wird die Atmosphäre mit "Any Man Of Mine". Jetzt klingt die Musik wirklich nach klassischem Country – der Sound wird von Fiddlen dominiert und Shania Twain steht im schwarzen Country-Dress auf der Bühne. In der Halle ist die Atmosphäre eines Western-Saloons zu spüren.

Auch "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" klingt eher nach klassischem Country, ist aber wesentlich schneller und lädt durch seinen eingängigen Rhythmus zum Mittanzen ein. Fast alle Zuschauer stehen und klatschen mit, als die Stimmung mit "Honey, I'm Home" einen ersten Höhepunkt erreicht. Mit den anschwellenden Gitarren gibt es auch erste Standing Ovations.

Die großen Fragezeichen

Trotz einer insgesamt guten Show sind einige Aspekte nicht perfekt umgesetzt, wie beispielsweise die Songauswahl und die Darbietungsweise verschiedener Titel. Gerade da Shania Twain so lange weg von der Bühne war und offenbar kaum jüngere Fans nachgekommen sind, sollte sie ihre großen Hits zelebrieren.

In Deutschland hatte Shania Twain vier Top Ten Hits. Warum also verfeuert sie "Ka-Ching!", der von den Backgroundsängerinnen quasi als Zwischenspiel gesungen wird, während sie zur hinteren Zweitbühne wechselt? Einen solchen Hit wollen die Zuschauer von ihr selbst hören.

Auch der Megahit "Forever And For Always" läuft nur als angespieltes Video in einer Kurzpräsentation ihrer Videohits – das hatten sich die Zuschauer sicher anders vorgestellt. Man kann nur spekulieren: Lässt der Zustand ihrer Stimme nach der Erkrankung nichts anderes mehr zu?

Fast zu perfekt und sehr nah am Original klingt hingegen "I'm Gonna Getcha Good", obwohl sich ihre Stimme doch deutlich verändert hat. Wurde möglicherweise speziell bei diesem Song technisch nachgeholfen?

Akustik-Song und Duett-Feuerwerk

Trotz einiger Schwächen gibt es an diesem Abend mehrere große Momente. Die Akustik-Version von "You're Still The One" sticht besonders schön heraus: einfach nur Shania Twain mit Gitarre, wunderschön und emotional. Auch die träumerische Ballade "From This Moment On" ist ein gesangliches Highlight.

Riesenbegeisterung löst "Party For Two" aus, ein schneller Up-Tempo Song, den Shania Twain 2004 ursprünglich mit Mark McGrath und Billy Currington eingesungen hat und bei dem sie ihr Support Act Bastian Baker aus der Schweiz begleitet. Das Publikum geht begeistert mit, bei "Swingin' With My Eyes Closed" gehen die Fäuste im Rhythmus nach oben.

Spektakuläres Finale

Mit "Blue Storm", einem instrumentalen Bombastfeuerwerk, geht es ins Finale. Die Würfel türmen sich auf. Auf einem Würfel steht die Violinistin, auf dem zweithöchsten Würfel in fast 10 Metern Höhe ist nun das mobile Schlagzeugset.

Die Schlagzeugerin wirbelt mit voller Wucht, während unten die beiden Gitarristen vor dem blauen Lichtturm mit Vollgas rocken. Der letzte Song "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" beendet eine spektakuläre Show, die 90 Minuten gute Unterhaltung bietet, aber keineswegs rundum begeistert.

Der Preis der Abwesenheit

Für eine perfekte Show müsste Shania Twain das Publikum noch emotionaler packen, indem sie ihre großen Hits allesamt performt. Eigentlich passt ihre Musik in die Zeit: Der moderne Country-Sound ist cool, boomt nicht nur in den USA, sondern seit Jahren auch in Großbritannien. Da geht deutlich mehr, auch in Deutschland.

Shania Twain könnte ein Zugpferd dafür sein, modernen Country in Deutschland populärer zu machen. Aber aufgrund ihrer Erkrankung fehlt es eben vor allem an dauerhafter Live-Präsenz. Der leere Oberrang bei ansonsten gut gefüllter Arena ist ein Zeichen dafür, dass die Show für Deutschland etwas überdimensioniert ist. 

Setlist

Life's About To Get Good / Come On Over / Up! / Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) / That Don't Impress Me Much / Any Man Of Mine / Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under? / Honey, I'm Home / I'm Alright / Ka-Ching! (Interlude) / You're Still The One / More Fun / From This Moment On / I'm Gonna Getcha Good / Party For Two / Swingin' With My Eyes Closed / (If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outta Here! / Blue Storm (Interlude) / Man! I Feel Like A Woman!

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The price of the absence

Oversized: Shania Twain brings a touch of Las Vegas in the Lanxess Arena Cologne

Report from 08.10.2018 in Cologne, Lanxess Arena

By Erik Winkes

It took 14 years for Shania Twain to return to Germany after her first tour. The "Now" tour is a mix of hits and new songs, which in most parts are exciting, but also leave a few question marks behind.

In the far from sold out Cologne Lanxess Arena, in which the upper ranks are suspended, the spectators eagerly await the big comeback of Shania Twain .

How does she sound today?

After Shania Twain said that she almost lost her voice years ago after a Lyme disease illness, a comeback was out of the question. How does she sound now, many years later?

Shania Twain did not know any fear of contact at her 2004 concert, and at least that has not changed. The march over the grandstand through the audience is typical for a star to touch. Apart from their music, this closeness to the audience has always been their big plus. In the course of the concert she gets fans on stage and takes selfies with them.

Country with rock

Already at the opening it becomes clear that Shania Twain sounds much more rocking live than on the studio recordings. Her voice still sounds powerful, but not as perfect as it was 14 years ago. The vocal color is a bit lower, but still has that special, distinctive sound.

The stage show is a spectacle of five video cubes, which regroup again and again and also serve as a tribune for the musicians. A touch of Las Vegas wafts through the Lanxess Arena. The mood is at a good level right from the beginning, although the slightly older audience is not as enthusiastic as it is used by younger visitors.

Saloon Country

The rocking touch gives "Do not Be Stupid" (You Know I Love You) "a fascinating new flair and also the catchy guitar solo in" That Do not Impress Me Much "is energetic and heats up the audience.

The atmosphere is quite different with "Any Man Of Mine". Now the music really sounds like classical country - the sound is dominated by Fiddlen and Shania Twain is in the black country dress on the stage. The atmosphere of a western saloon can be felt in the hall.

Also, "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" sounds more like classical country, but is much faster and invites you to dance through its catchy rhythm. Almost all the spectators stand and clap as the mood reaches a first climax with "Honey, I'm Home". With the swelling guitars there are also first standing ovations.

The big question marks

Despite an overall good show, some aspects are not perfectly implemented, such as the song selection and the performance of various titles. Just as Shania Twain has been away from the stage for so long and apparently not many younger fans have come along, she should celebrate her big hits.

In Germany, Shania Twain had four top ten hits. So why does she burn "Ka-Ching!", Which is sung by the backing singers as an interlude, while she moves to the back second stage? Such a hit the audience want to hear from her own.

Even the mega hit "Forever And For Always" only runs as a recorded video in a short presentation of their video hits - the audience had certainly imagined otherwise. One can only speculate: Does not the state of her voice after the illness more?

Almost too perfect and very close to the original sounds, however, "I'm Gonna Getcha Good", although her voice has changed significantly. Was there any technical help with this song?

Acoustic song and duet fireworks

Despite some weaknesses, there are several big moments this evening. The acoustic version of "You're Still The One" stands out very well: just Shania Twain with guitar, beautiful and emotional. The dreamy ballad "From This Moment On" is also a vocal highlight.

Giant Enthusiasm triggers "Party For Two", a fast up-tempo song that Shania Twain originally sang with Mark McGrath and Billy Currington in 2004 and accompanied her support act Bastian Baker from Switzerland. The audience goes with enthusiasm, at "Swingin 'With My Eyes Closed," the fists go up to the rhythm.

Spectacular finale

With "Blue Storm", an instrumental bombast firework, it's the final. The dice pile up. On a cube stands the violinist, on the second highest cube in almost 10 meters height is now the mobile drum set.

The drummer whirls with full force, while down the two guitarists rock in front of the blue light tower at full throttle. The last song "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" ends a spectacular show that offers 90 minutes of good entertainment, but by no means totally thrilled.

The price of the absence

For a perfect show, Shania Twain would have to make the audience even more emotional by performing all their big hits. Actually, their music fits into the time: The modern country sound is cool, booming not only in the US, but also for years in the UK. There is much more, also in Germany.

Shania Twain could be a driving force in making modern country in Germany more popular. But due to their illness, it is especially lacking in permanent live presence. The empty upper rank in otherwise well-filled arena is a sign that the show is a bit oversized for Germany.

setlist

Life's About To Get Good / Come On Over / Up! / Do not Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) / That Do not Impress Me Much / Any Man Of Mine / Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under? / Honey, I'm Home / I'm Alright / Ka-Ching! (Interlude) / You're Still The One / More Fun / From This Moment On / I'm Gonna Getcha Good / Party For Two / Swingin 'With My Eyes Closed / (If You're Not In It For Love) I' m Outta Here! / Blue Storm (Interlude) / Man! I feel like a woman!

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Konzert in der Lanxess-Arena

Shania Twain feiert umjubeltes Comeback in Köln

KÖLN. Shania Twains Comeback-Konzert in der Kölner Lanxess-Arena war kurz, aber umjubelt. Ein glamouröses Hightech-Spektakel mit wohldosierten „Hautnah“-Einheiten.



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Das Leben ist ein Country-Song

Shania Twain vermisst ihren Ehering. Sie habe ihn wohl auf der Ablage ihres Tourbusses liegenlassen, lässt die Sängerin ihr Publikum in der Lanxess-Arena wissen, als sei man sich gerade zufällig im Bahnabteil begegnet. Sie hat sich in einen metallisch glitzernden Abendfummel mit hüfthohen Schlitz geworfen, ihre Bühne besteht aus riesigen LED-Würfeln, die an Seilzügen rauf und runter fahren, mal die Band, mal die Tänzer tragen, mal die Künstlerin selber gen Himmel heben. Und bleibt doch immer nahbar, wie sich das für einen Country-Star gehört.

Gleich der erste Auftritt ist grandios populistisch: Eben noch reizte Queens unvermeidlicher Stadionstampfer „We Will Rock You“ selbst rhythmisch Herausgeforderte zum Klatschmarsch, schon erscheint Shania Twain im Unterrang, durchschreitet winkend, lächelnd und für Selfies posierend die Menge, lässt sich in den Innenraum heben, defiliert im Triumphzug an den Sitzreihen vorbei wie ein Präsidentschaftskandidat in spe auf dem Nominierungsparteitag. Als wäre es eine Szene aus Robert Altmans Film „Nashville“.

Das Lächeln hält die 53-Jährige eiskunstlaufdivengleich über die gesamte Strecke von 100 Minuten. Denn die Story, die sie hier erzählen will, handelt vom Licht am Ende eines langen Tunnels, ein wenig wie in der alten Scherzfrage, was passiere, wenn man einen Country-Song rückwärts abspielt: Dein Partner, dein Truck und dein Hund kommen zu dir zurück. Es ist ihre erste Welttournee seit 14 Jahren und das dazugehörige Album „Now“ ist ihr erstes seit 2002. Damals war Twain ein Megastar, ihr drittes Studiowerk „Come On Over“ von 1997 hatte sich so gut verkauft, wie kein Album einer Künstlerin zuvor, im Country-Genre konnte ihr sowieso keiner das Wasser reichen, noch nicht einmal Garth Brooks. Aber das ist eben auch lange her, nach Popmaßstäben eine halbe Ewigkeit, und jetzt muss in Köln der Oberrang abgehängt werden, und als die Sängerin auf einer kleinen Bühne mitten im Publikum ihre Ballade „You’re Still the One“ singt – nur zur Zierde schlägt sie dabei eine schwarze Akustikgitarre an – wundert sie sich, dass 22 Jahre vergangen sind, seit sie das Lied geschrieben hat.

Die Biografie der Kanadierin klingt selbst wie ein rückwärts abgespulter Country-Song. Sie wuchs in ärmsten und gewalttätigen Verhältnissen auf. Um etwas für die Familie hinzuzuverdienen, sang sie schon mit acht Jahren in Bars; nach Mitternacht, wenn kein Alkohol mehr ausgeschenkt werden durfte, sollte sie die Säufer im Laden halten. Als sie 22 Jahre alt war, kamen ihre Mutter und ihr Stiefvater bei einem Autounfall ums Leben und sie wurde zur Brotverdienerin für ihre jüngeren Geschwister. Ihren Durchbruch verdankte sie dem südafrikanischen Produzenten Robert John „Mutt“ Lange, der hatte bereits AC/DC und Def Leppard in Stadionbands verwandelt und verstand sofort das Potenzial der jungen Sängerin. Fortan schrieben Twain und Lange zusammen Songs und kamen sich dabei auch privat näher, kaum ein halbes Jahr nach ihrer ersten Begegnung waren sie schon verheiratet. Ein Power-Couple, das mit Power-Akkorden und Erzählungen aus den Leben der einfachen Leute die Charts eroberte. „Man! I Feel Like a Woman!“, schmetterte Shania. Doch irgendwann lief das Lied wieder in der richtigen, tragischen Richtung: Nach einer Lyme-Borreliose verlor sie ihre Stimme. Die erfolgreichste Sängerin der Welt konnte nicht mehr singen. Dann fand sie heraus, dass ihr Ehemann sie mit ihrer besten Freundin betrog – den passenden Song, „Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?“, hatten sie Jahre zuvor gemeinsam geschrieben.

Twain hat fast ein Jahrzehnt gebraucht, um wieder Licht zu sehen. Hat wie in einer süffigen Seifenoper den Exmann ihrer betrügerischen Freundin geheiratet, den Schweizer Nestlé-Manager Frédéric Thiébaud. Hat die obligatorische Las-Vegas-Showresidenz absolviert. Und musste zusehen wie jüngere Country-Stars ihrem Beispiel folgten, allen voran natürlich Taylor Swift.

Jetzt wirkt ihr Auftritt schon ein wenig aus der Zeit gefallen: Das Animal-Print-Trikot mit den bodenlangen Stoffbahnen, die unterm Bühnengebläse flattern, sieht aus, als hätte Peggy Bundy ihren Morgenrock geschreddert. Ihre Stimme lässt sie deutlich hörbar vom Playback unterfüttern. Und die teuren Videos von einst, in denen sie vor exotischen Kulissen auf edlen Tieren reitet, schaut sie sich jetzt gemeinsam mit dem Publikum an. Ja, sie war mal ganz oben. Aber scheitern macht menschlich. Und in der Country-Musik geht es bekanntlich um die perfekte Inszenierung der Authentizität von Menschen, die so authentisch sind, dass sie diese Inszenierung stets um eine Fuchsschwanzbreite verfehlen.

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Life is a country song

 

Shania Twain misses her wedding ring. She probably let him lie on the filing of her tour bus, lets the singer know her audience in the Lanxess Arena, as if one had just happened to meet in the train compartment. She has thrown herself into a metallically glittering evening gown with a waist-high slit, her stage consists of huge LED cubes that move up and down cables, sometimes the band, sometimes the dancers, sometimes lift the artist herself to heaven. And still always close, as befits a country star.

Even the first appearance is terrific populist: Just yet Queens irritated unavoidable stadium rammer "We Will Rock You" even rhythmically Challenged challenged to gossip, already appears Shania Twain inferior, passes by waving, smiling and posing for selfies the crowd, can be lifted into the interior , defiled in triumphal procession past the rows of seats like a presidential candidate in spe on the nomination party day. As if it were a scene from Robert Altman's movie "Nashville".

The smile keeps the 53-year-old skating equally over the entire distance of 100 minutes. Because the story she wants to tell here is about the light at the end of a long tunnel, a bit like the old joke question, what happens when you play a country song backwards: your partner, your truck and your dog come to you back. It's her first world tour in 14 years and the accompanying album "Now" is her first since 2002. At that time Twain was a megastar, her third studio work "Come On Over" from 1997 had sold so well, as no artist's album before, Anyway, nobody in the country genre could give her enough, not even Garth Brooks. But that's just a long time ago, for pop eternity for half an eternity, and now the supreme must be hung in Cologne, and when the singer sings her ballad "You're Still the One" on a small stage in the middle of the audience - just for adornment When she hits a black acoustic guitar, she wonders why 22 years have passed since she wrote the song.

The biography of the Canadian sounds like a backwards unwounded country song. She grew up in the poorest and most violent circumstances. In order to earn something for the family, she sang in bars at the age of eight; After midnight, when no alcohol was allowed to be served, she should keep the drunkards in the shop. When she was 22, her mother and stepfather were killed in a car accident and she became the breadwinner for her younger siblings. She owed her breakthrough to South African producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange, who had already transformed AC / DC and Def Leppard into stadium bands, and immediately understood the potential of the young singer. From then on, Twain and Lange wrote songs together and got closer in private, barely half a year after their first meeting, they were already married. A power-couple who conquered the charts with power chords and stories from the lives of ordinary people. "Man! I feel like a woman! "Shania smashed. But at some point the song was again in the right, tragic direction: After a Lyme disease she lost her voice. The most successful singer in the world could not sing anymore. Then she found out that her husband was cheating on her with her best friend - the matching song, Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?

It took Twain almost a decade to see light again. Like in a pleasant soap opera, she married the ex-husband of her fraudulent girlfriend, Swiss Nestlé manager Frédéric Thiébaud. Has completed the mandatory Las Vegas show residence. And had to watch as younger country stars followed their example, especially Taylor Swift of course.

Now her appearance is already a bit out of time: The animal print jersey with the floor-length panels that flutter under the stage blower, looks like Peggy Bundy shredded her dressing gown. Her voice lets her clearly underpinned by the playback. And the expensive videos of yore, in which she rides on exotic animals in front of exotic scenes, she now looks at together with the audience. Yes, she was at the top. But failure makes you human. And in country music, as we all know, it's about the perfect staging of the authenticity of people who are so authentic that they always miss the staging of a fox's tail.

Shania Twain misses her wedding ring. She probably let him lie on the filing of her tour bus, lets the singer know her audience in the Lanxess Arena, as if one had just happened to meet in the train compartment. She has thrown herself into a metallically glittering evening gown with a waist-high slit, her stage consists of huge LED cubes that move up and down cables, sometimes the band, sometimes the dancers, sometimes lift the artist herself to heaven. And still always close, as befits a country star.

Even the first appearance is terrific populist: Just yet Queens irritated unavoidable stadium rammer "We Will Rock You" even rhythmically Challenged challenged to gossip, already appears Shania Twain inferior, passes by waving, smiling and posing for selfies the crowd, can be lifted into the interior , defiled in triumphal procession past the rows of seats like a presidential candidate in spe on the nomination party day. As if it were a scene from Robert Altman's movie "Nashville".

The smile keeps the 53-year-old skating equally over the entire distance of 100 minutes. Because the story she wants to tell here is about the light at the end of a long tunnel, a bit like the old joke question, what happens when you play a country song backwards: your partner, your truck and your dog come to you back. It's her first world tour in 14 years and the accompanying album "Now" is her first since 2002. At that time Twain was a megastar, her third studio work "Come On Over" from 1997 had sold so well, as no artist's album before, Anyway, nobody in the country genre could give her enough, not even Garth Brooks. But that's just a long time ago, for pop eternity for half an eternity, and now the supreme must be hung in Cologne, and when the singer sings her ballad "You're Still the One" on a small stage in the middle of the audience - just for adornment When she hits a black acoustic guitar, she wonders why 22 years have passed since she wrote the song.

The biography of the Canadian sounds like a backwards unwounded country song. She grew up in the poorest and most violent circumstances. In order to earn something for the family, she sang in bars at the age of eight; After midnight, when no alcohol was allowed to be served, she should keep the drunkards in the shop. When she was 22, her mother and stepfather were killed in a car accident and she became the breadwinner for her younger siblings. She owed her breakthrough to South African producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange, who had already transformed AC / DC and Def Leppard into stadium bands, and immediately understood the potential of the young singer. From then on, Twain and Lange wrote songs together and got closer in private, barely half a year after their first meeting, they were already married. A power-couple who conquered the charts with power chords and stories from the lives of ordinary people. "Man! I feel like a woman! "Shania smashed. But at some point the song was again in the right, tragic direction: After a Lyme disease she lost her voice. The most successful singer in the world could not sing anymore. Then she found out that her husband was cheating on her with her best friend - the matching song, Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?

It took Twain almost a decade to see light again. Like in a pleasant soap opera, she married the ex-husband of her fraudulent girlfriend, Swiss Nestlé manager Frédéric Thiébaud. Has completed the mandatory Las Vegas show residence. And had to watch as younger country stars followed their example, especially Taylor Swift of course.

Now her appearance is already a bit out of time: The animal print jersey with the floor-length panels that flutter under the stage blower, looks like Peggy Bundy shredded her dressing gown. Her voice lets her clearly underpinned by the playback. And the expensive videos of yore, in which she rides on exotic animals in front of exotic scenes, she now looks at together with the audience. Yes, she was at the top. But failure makes you human. And in country music, as we all know, it's about the perfect staging of the authenticity of people who are so authentic that they always miss the staging of a fox's tail.

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Shania Twain bietet Bombast-Show in der Kölner Lanxess-Arena


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Looks like Poor Me is gone too. She didn't performed it both in Cologne and Antwerp.
It's ridiculous to still call it "Now Tour"!

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Looks like Poor Me is gone too. She didn't performed it both in Cologne and Antwerp.
It's ridiculous to still call it "Now Tour"!


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Looks like Poor Me is gone too. She didn't performed it both in Cologne and Antwerp.
It's ridiculous to still call it "Now Tour"!


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I think it says a lot about peoples' overall perception of the NOW album. This means only four songs from NOW remain in the setlist ("Life's About To Get Good", "I'm Alight", "More Fun" & "Swingin' With My Eyes Closed").



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Looks like Poor Me is gone too. She didn't performed it both in Cologne and Antwerp.
It's ridiculous to still call it "Now Tour"!


 Not good news cry


I think it says a lot about peoples' overall perception of the NOW album. This means only four songs from NOW remain in the setlist ("Life's About To Get Good", "I'm Alight", "More Fun" & "Swingin' With My Eyes Closed").


A girl who attended Shania's concert in Prague said that the public's reaction to Poor Me had been good.

But anyway I wonder what the next album will be like, if she records it at all. Or will she be the singer of her older stuff till the end of her days? She really needs to get back to her positive and grooving style because her fans want something catchy and uplifting - that's what she became famous and loved for.



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According to setlist.fm, Shania sang Poor Me yesterday.



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According to setlist.fm, Shania sang Poor Me yesterday.


Yes, Shania sang "Poor Me" last night in Amsterdam.



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I translated the concert review below from Dutch into English using an online translator.

Disappointing Shania Twain rarely knows how to touch fans with her songs

By Saskia Bosch | Trouw | October 12, 2018

REVIEW - 2 out of 5 stars

Who is the best-selling country artist of all time?  Carrie Underwood?  LeAnn Rimes?  You might think that.  But it is the Canadian Shania Twain, with more than a hundred million sold records.  It is not surprising that her name does not come to mind so quickly.  The singer has been out of the picture for many years.  Health complaints and a traumatic divorce ensured that Twain could not concentrate on her music for a long time.

But last she released an album for the first time in fifteen years ('Now') and in the context of her new tour she visited the Netherlands again for the first time in fourteen years.  In the Amsterdam Ziggo Dome, the swirling spring-in-the-field of yesteryear turned out to be an aged woman in long glittery robes.  Fine.  That did not have to stand in the way of a good concert.

But right away at the first songs, Twain sounded rather dull, as the whole show exuded a certain amount of caution.  It seemed as if the 53-year-old artist always had the handbrake on.  Vocally she sounded reasonable, but unfortunately it seemed that she did not sing all songs live.

What also did not help were the many costume changes, which took the pace out of the show.  And why did we have to watch old clips with Twain halfway through the show?  We did not come to Amsterdam for that, did we?  We can also do that on YouTube.

The most disappointing thing, however, was that Twain could rarely affect you with her songs.  A poor sound tuning and a pretty bombastic instrumentation ensured that even her most personal songs left you largely untouched.  So the old hit 'You're still the one', which Twain sat on a small stage between the audience, was one of the few songs where something of the sparkle of the former Twain could be heard.

Did not the Canadian do anything good at all?  Yes, she turned out to be a charming performer who pulled out all the stops to please her fans.  So she played many of her biggest hits.  And up to two times fans were allowed to come out on stage for a selfie, a hug and to tell what her music means to them.  They were feel-good moments enthusiastically received by fans, but they could not hide the fact that Twain's performance was not the triumphant return that had been hoped for.

https://www.trouw.nl/cultuur/teleurstellende-shania-twain-weet-zelden-te-raken-met-haar-songs~a549262c/



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Here are two reviews of the Amsterdam show, which are (much) more positive....

Metro review

Soundz review

 

I was the lucky guy who was invited up on stage by Shania (after just her 3rd song) with my friends in Antwerp and the 2 guys in Amsterdam are my best friend and his boyfriend (I attended the show with them and Shania recognized me from the night before and gave me a big smile... while I was pointing to my best friends to be asked up on stage with her, which she did! <3).. 

Those were 2 VERY special nights.. 



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Amazing show yesterday in Hamburg.

"Poor Me" was in the setlist

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I translated the concert review below from German into English using an online translator.

Shania Twain is back: "Life's About To Get Good"

The country-pop icon is on tour for the first time in 15 years - delivering an impressive and elegant show in Hamburg.

By Birgit Reuther | Hamburger Abendblatt | October 14, 2018

Hamburg. If a pop star was not on tour for 15 years, the question is: what kind of people will go to the concert? In the case of Shania Twain - Countrypopikone and because of a Lyme disease long stage abstinence - the answer is: Just under 9,000 loyal fans, made chic, full of anticipation. Many came from Hamburg, but also from southern Germany and Scandinavia.

Two women with cowboy hats, in checked shirts and denim skirts are in the shopping mood at the merchandise stand. The Shania jacket with predator embroidery for 160 euros or rather for 30 euros the long gloves in leopard-look, trademark of the singer? The density of Shania shirts in the audience is high anyway. The portrait of the Canadian, five-time Grammy winner and one of the most successful solo artists in the world, emblazoned on beer and baby bellies. The atmosphere is relaxed and euphoric. Until then with the start of the show the magic of pop starts with full force. Everyday life is being replaced by something bigger, more glamorous, more emotional.

Shania Twain, a sparkle

In the middle of the hall, drummer Elijah Wood whirls on a pedestal. Heads and cameras are searching around. And then, from one of the side ranks, Shania walks down through the crowd to the main stage. The glitter of hat and dress reflects to the last corner. A sparkle. With a long security train. Everyone jumps up, cheering, beaming, filming, reaching for closeness. Goose bumps.

The set begins with Life's About To Get Good, a sugar-colored Powerpop number. The comeback song on their fifth, released in 2017 album "Now", which gives the current tour its name. And in the space of two hours, the 53-year-old leaves no doubt that life, with all his love and pain as she sings, is getting better and better.

With "Come On Over" follows a happy hit from the year 1997. The band rises from video cubes, flickering over the images of palm trees and mountains. Escapism is now.
An impressive and elegant stage show

When the guitar and the accordion take their game back for a moment, Shania's voice sounds especially warm, soft, dark, beautiful and strong. One would have wished even more of these pure moments in the course of the concert. But pop strives higher and higher. And so the star moves on one of the cubes to the rocking "Up" sky. How the show is an incredibly dynamic.

Shania and band as well as two backing singers and two dancers are constantly moving horizontally and vertically through the stage space. Dasein, it wants to be fully exploited. An impressive and at the same time elegant show, which repeatedly focuses on its main character in changing, always glittering robes.

The overpower "That Don't Impress Me Much"

Cool, strong and supple La Twain struts along the ramp. She dances and laughs, pushes Juchzer out and shakes her red mane. In rhythm with itself and the world. The most beautiful diva moment: As she repeatedly bravely poses in front of one of the fans to stomp "That Don't Impress Me Much" and her silky leopard dress blows voluminously. Long before terms such as "Mansplaining" and "Me Too" Shania Twain with this song at the end of the millennium has just bluntly clarified that the lords of creation may please shut down their ego a bit.

The men in the arena also celebrate this anthem. Everyone should have fun with Shania. That's why there are funny gimmicks like a kiss-cam in which couples shown on the screens are asked to kiss. And that's why the musical dramaturgy is extremely varied. From wild hard rock to lascivious pop. From the country part with twang, fiddle reinforcement, linedance and a lot of wink in songs like "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under" to the perfect starry kitsch with the melting "From This Moment On".

Shania Twain, the self-adhesive woman

As far as possible in the context of such a major event, Mrs. Twain repeatedly gives the approachable star: On the podium in the middle of the room she takes on a throne whose backrest consists of a hinged guitar case. Pretty. Flight still asks her - quite patience self-made woman - to tape to stick the wobbly micro, before she sings her ballad "You're Still The One" and then asks slightly hyperventilating fans for Selfie. Meanwhile, the other devotees keep dancing between the rows of chairs, singing and clapping. "Shania, I love you" is calling one. No cliché is left out, everything feels right and really beautiful.

Shania brings for two party songs Bastian Baker, the charm bolt from the pre-program, on the stage, and then finally sets with "Man! I Feel Like A Woman "to the brilliant finale. In this eternal earwig she sings the freedom and the right of a woman to have fun. Mission accomplished.

https://www.abendblatt.de/kultur-live/article215559673/Shania-Twain-ist-zurueck-Lifes-About-To-Get-Good.html



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Shania Twain @ShaniaTwain

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Thank you Copenhagen 😘 #ShaniaNOW

10:00 AM ET - 15 Oct 18

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Last day in Copenhagen. See you tomorrow Oslo! 😘 #ShaniaNOW

11:13 AM ET - 15 Oct 18

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Stockholm! I’m so excited to perform for you tomorrow night ❤️ It's the last show of my European tour and to celebrate, I'm giving away a few pairs of tickets to the show! Email your full name to: WinTicketsToSeeShania@gmail.com for a chance to win.

10:39 AM ET - 16 Oct 18

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I translated the concert review below from Norwegian into English using an online translator.

Olso concert review Shania Twain: "Tacky" and enjoyable

As a video jukebox in a bar in the American countryside - with only Shania Twain songs. Except she is here! Now! More or less "live"!

By Morten Stale Nilsen | VG | October 16, 2018

It has been written - insightfully - that Shania Twain, 53, was the first to realize that the country public in the United States had gotten satellite dishes. Understood: They did not put in pickup trucks and chewed grass and shot on innocent passers-by, at least not all the time.

They watched the same TV shows and advertisements as people in the big metropoles, and thus had the same dreams as well: riding a camel in Egypt, for example wearing a soft chiffon. Tighty suit and suitcase in matching leopard pattern.

They dreamed of the same exotic destinations and the same expensive luxury brands as everyone else. Not least, they dreamed of looking like Shania Twain. A far from unreasonable, but predominantly unattainable dream. The Canadian artist was - and is - painfully beautiful.

She still knows how a woman makes an entrance too, out in the hall, up at the bench, sensational and unexpected, wearing a glittering dress and a cowboy hat. She speaks before she sings - "Hello, Oslo" - while her female drummer (a hard-wearing shock of blond hair) plays the distinctive rhythm figure from Queens "We Will Rock You".

There is an admission here. Many of Shania Twain's numerous hits from the glory days share the same rigid glamrock beat, unknown in country music before she appeared. When it comes to singing, it's unclear how much she's doing. I have seen enough "lipsyncing" to detect, through the video screens, that she does not do it in the ballads ("You're Still The One" and the vocal demanding "From This Moment On").

But hey - what do you want? A singing Shania or a dancing, audience-flinging and mid-singing-talking Shania? You can not get both. 

The scene design is "state of the art" American tulle, taffeta, tant and fjas. The main element is five large hydraulic boxes, which are lifted up and down, giving Twain the opportunity to point out that life also goes up and down, and - as she sings in "Life's About To Get Good" - consists of joy and pain.

It's hard to argue so much with it, but some should have carried her - with the high heels - up the stairs behind one box. Goodbye, show some respect for the diva.

A Shania Twain "concert" is not a hundred percent like other concerts. First of all, it is with the singing. Secondly, it is with the music - much of it is also "in the box". Thirdly, she is interrupting the hit parade with a video vault in which she shows us excerpts from a bunch of her little hits.

Fourth, it's a matter of a drum solo or instrumental passage, usually perceived as a threat during a normal concert, something different on an evening with Shania Twain: namely an unprecedented promise of costume shift. This is in absolutely everyone's interest (my favorite was the speckled bodysuit. I'm a simple man).

I'm pretty sure she sings real in "That Do not Impress Me Much", at least part of it, and is impressed with how the audience receives her new, boring songs with courtesy and warmth. Her kindreds from ancient times are, if true, to be said as likely as possible. It's okay with some change. 

A Norwegian woman - from Skarnes - comes up to Twain on the lill scene at the other end of the room towards the end. She rages, but suspects quickly, explains the talkative for her relationship with the star in excellent English. Grips the microphone and points to mom. Agreed game? Again: Who cares. It's touching such scenes in reality TV shows can be touching. They are 75% they are also cheating. They are 75% they are also cheating.

Twain chats with other audiences on their way to the main scene again. "From Consgvations," says one. "Gjøvik!", Says another. "This is so international, I love it," says Shania.

Her warming artist, Swiss Bastian Baker, wears a "sexy rock guitar" - her words, not mine - for "Party Of Two" and "Swingin 'With My Eyes Closed" before the confectionary is emptied in the form of "(If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outta Here! "And" Man! I Feel Like A Woman! ». (Shania Twain songs were always a reviewer's worst nightmare).(Shania Twain songs were always a reviewer's worst nightmare).

It was not so "live" that something did, but it was fun and no one was disappointed. It was considerably more courteous than listening to her last album ("Now" from last year), and just the way it would have been if the Americans were allowed to join the Eurovision Song Contest.

So better. 

https://www.vg.no/rampelys/musikk/i/L07Mgq/konsertanmeldelse-shania-twain-tacky-og-trivelig



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Oslo! Thank you ❤️ #ShaniaNOW

8:30 AM ET - 17 Oct 18

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Goodbye Oslo!

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NOW WORLD TOUR UPDATE!

Shania wraps up the European leg of her NOW World Tour tonight in Stockholm, Sweden. She will take a 6-week break before starting the Australian/New Zealand leg and final 12 concerts of her tour which begins November 30 in Perth, Western Australia. Click HERE for the complete list of the remaining tour cities and dates.



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Stockholm marked the final night of the European leg of my #ShaniaNOW World Tour. Thank you for showing us a good time Europe ❤️ See you soon Australia & New Zealand!

11:06 AM ET - 18 Oct 18

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My #ShaniaNOW tour would be nothing without these amazing and dedicated people ❤️ Thank you. Next up Australia & New Zealand!

10:00 AM ET - 19 Oct 18

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Want to meet me backstage at my Sydney, Australia show? Donate $10 to @ShaniaKidsCan via @Prizeo and you could win the chance to! Enter here: http://prizeo.com/shania

10:00 AM ET - 24 Oct 18

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Pollstar stats are more reliable. Those are the stats released by the box offices of the venues who are more independent. Billboard stats are released by the tour operators who want things to look better than they are. Having said that, 9 out of 10 stats are the same.


Here are the Pollstar stats. Thanks Luuk (LJ- R)!

I have edited the chart on my website to reflect these Pollstar stats instead of Billboard:
http://www.shaniasupersite.com/shania_tour_now-stats.hml

Thu. May 3 Tacoma Tacoma Dome 13753/15432 $979.630,00
May 5 & 6 Vancouver Rogers Arena 26375/26375 $2.301.320,00
May 9 & 10 Edmonton Rogers Place 26183/27520 $2.756.837,00
Sat. May 12 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre 12533/12533 $1.310.375,00
Sun. May 13 Winnipeg MTS Centre 11552/11552 $1.175.928,00
Tue. May 15 St. Paul Excel Energy Center 14167/14670 $1.266.557,00
Wed. May 16 Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center 8950/10168 $737.774,00
Fri. May 18 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha 13236/13236 $1.023.280,00
Sat. May 19 Chicago United Center 12451/13852 $1.134.116,00
Fri. Jun. 1 Sunrise/Ft. Lauderdale BB&T Center 8172/12284 $630.470,00
Sat. Jun. 2 Tampa Amalie Arena 12524/12524 $1.195.568,00
Mon. Jun. 4 Duluth/Atlanta Infinite Energy Center 8661/9746 $653.875,00
Wed. Jun. 6 Dallas American Airlines Center 12194/14036 $1.168.083,00
Thu. Jun. 7 Austin Frank Erwin Center 7771/10630 $664.423,00
Sat. Jun. 9 Houston Toyota Center 10118/13074 $966.244,00
Sun. Jun. 10 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 10959/12194 $899.089,00
Tue. Jun. 12 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 11118/13581 $648.185,00
Wed. Jun. 13 St. Louis Enterprise Center 12025/14276 $947.964,00
Fri. Jun. 15 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 12357/13433 $1.118.221,00
Sat. Jun. 16 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 12706/14353 $1.135.361,00
Mon. Jun. 25 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre 13430/13430 $1.195.923,00
Tue. Jun. 26 Montreal Bell Centre 12467/13999 $1.060.608,00
Thu. Jun. 28 Quebec City Videotron Centre 12189/13538 $1.008.070,00
Sat. Jun. 30 Hamilton FirstOntario Centre 12043/12787 $1.212.035,00
Jul. 3 & 4 London Budweiser Gardens 17198/17198 $1.483.923,00
Jul. 6 & 7 Toronto Scotiabank Arena 28360/29233 $2.718.044,00
Wed. Jul. 11 Boston TD Garden 12818/12818 $1.169.006,00
Thu. Jul. 12 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 11932/14276 $677.648,00
Sat. Jul. 14 Brooklyn Barclays Center 10286/13678 $850.953,00
Sun. Jul. 15 Washington Capitol One Arena 12076/13541 $964.316,00
Tue. Jul. 17 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 12482/13465 $759.533,00
Wed. Jul. 18 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 10601/11327 $818.874,00
Fri. Jul. 20 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 13433 15171 $987.841,00
Sat. Jul. 21 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14218/14218 $1.411.820,00
Tue. Jul. 24 Kansas City Sprint Center 12671/12671 $1.055.738,00
Wed. Jul. 25 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena 11858/13051 $1.036.654,00
Fri. Jul. 27 Denver Pepsi Center 12075/12823 $1.029.394,00
Sat. Jul. 28 Salt Lake City Vivint SmartHome Arena 10256/10776 $916.303,00
Mon. Jul. 30 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 12822/12822 $1.177.835,00
Wed. Aug. 1 Fresno Save Mart Center 9830/10993 $613.419,00
Fri. Aug. 3 Los Angeles STAPLES Center 11954/13293 $919.244,00
Sat. Aug. 4 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 11516/11516 $1.008.100,00
Sat. Aug. 18 Barretos Camarote Arena Premium 55000/ 55000
Sep. 19 & 21 Glasgow The SSE Hydro 21131/24192 $2.072.319,00
Sat. Sep. 22 Manchester Manchester Arena 14331/14548 $1.425.280,00
Mon. Sep. 24 Birmingham Arena Birmingham 10713/12221 $1.055.379,00
Wed. Sep. 26 & Thu. Sep. 27 Dublin 3Arena 24606/24606 $2.157.346,00
Sat. Sep. 29 Belfast The SSE Arena 9543/9543 $704.094,00


Oct. 2 & 3 London The O2 20,652/25,485 $2,009,010 (Pollstar)

***Billboard's boxscore for London is the same.

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This thread is now CLOSED. I started to notice some posts disappearing due to the thread becoming too big so I've opened a new "2018 "NOW" tour" thread. Please continue posting there. Click link below...

https://shania.activeboard.com/t65037469/2018-now-tour-continued/



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