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I was just reading a comment from a radio programmer who said that out of the three (LATGG and SWMEC, WGSTD) and he said WGSTD has the "best hit potential to put Twain back in her elite class at our format." 


 I think I agree about WGSTD being the best bet for US country radio.

We're talking about Shan, so it's not unrealistic to think she'll go 8 singles deep. Then again, we're also talking about 2017, and Shan hasn't had a real hit since Party For Two. So idk. But I could see the three mention + Home Now, Soldier, and RMOTR being released as singles (moderately successful if her next US singles does well). Personally I really like All In All but I think it's uncommon for a bonus/deluxe track to be a single.



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I’m really surprised that Canada and the US has to different singles. Usually, they support the same song at the same time. I’m really happy we got “Who’s Gonna Be You’re Girl” but at the same time “We Got Something They Don’t” is one of my favourite tracks and I really want it as a single here. Maybe we’ll both eventually end up getting them at one point or another. I’m also wondering if this is her way to be getting more singles out there and releasing the video on YouTube anyways, giving access to everybody!?

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All I know is, I'll be perfectly happy just to get an official video for "Who's Gonna Be Your Girl". I hope she chooses a beautiful cool setting for the video. It would be amazing if Shania did at least one video this era that tells a story, kind of like "Forever and For Always" from Up!, "You're Still The One" from Come On Over, and "Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)" from The Woman In Me.

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ALBUM OF THE YEAR GAME!

Ok dears, Grammy nominations are in the way, and Billboard site added video interviews with discussions about that!
So, no one said about a Shania nomination @ Album of the Year award...so, the game is: any idea about this nomination? Any chance 4 Shania?

That's my thought: last year Sturgill Simpson's country album had 1 nomination, an album with less impact than Shania for sure.
I think NOW could be nominated!

1. NOW - Shania Twain
2. Joanne - Lady Gaga
3. Damn - Kendrick Lamar
4. Starboy - The Weeknd
5. Divide - Ed Sheeran

What you think?

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ALBUM OF THE YEAR GAME!

Ok dears, Grammy nominations are in the way, and Billboard site added video interviews with discussions about that!
So, no one said about a Shania nomination @ Album of the Year award...so, the game is: any idea about this nomination? Any chance 4 Shania?

That's my thought: last year Sturgill Simpson's country album had 1 nomination, an album with less impact than Shania for sure.
I think NOW could be nominated!

1. NOW - Shania Twain
2. Joanne - Lady Gaga
3. Damn - Kendrick Lamar
4. Starboy - The Weeknd
5. Divide - Ed Sheeran

What you think?


 She should be nominated at least for Best Country Album- NOW and Best Country Song - LATGG. I also hope she performed a new single at that time. Maybe Home Now. 😊



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Well, the only material published 4 Grammy 2018 deadline were:

NOW album
LATGG single
SWMEC single

I truly don't know if songs will be selected 4 nominations in Country genre, but I believe NOW album will contend Best Country Album award with Thomas Rhett's Life changes album!
About the songs, I truly don't know, I was hopin' in a resurgence of LATGG on country hot songs, but...well...
And SWMEC still 0 impact.

 



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The fighter song on #ShaniaNOW. Swingin' With My Eyes Closed!

Video clip of Shania talking about "Swingin' With My Eyes Closed" - https://twitter.com/ShaniaTwain/status/919578629922684929

11:00 AM ET - 15 Oct 17

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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 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart.
http://www.fyimusicnews.ca/articles/2017/10/15/charts-october-15-2017

NOW falls 4 spots to No. 5 in its second week on the Australian ARIA Albums chart.
http://www.noise11.com/news/australian-charts-triple-j-like-a-version-13-in-number-one-20171016 



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According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart

 



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codyandshania wrote:

According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart


That's true, but with 6 new entries above and a greatest hits rised up 4 death cause (Tom Petty), its #8 place is really good!

I wasn't hopin' another week in Top10 at all!

Sales are not so bad, the problem is digital, on itunes is freefallin'...



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The problem is the streamming!
Anyway, does anyone know if WGSTD is getting airplay on the us country radio I havent found any reference on internet, and the same with WGBYG in Canada.



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Angelo1985 wrote:
codyandshania wrote:

According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart


That's true, but with 6 new entries above and a greatest hits rised up 4 death cause (Tom Petty), its #8 place is really good!

I wasn't hopin' another week in Top10 at all!

Sales are not so bad, the problem is digital, on itunes is freefallin'...


According to Chart Data, NOW will be No. 7 (not No. 8) when the official Billboard 200 chart is released tomorrow. ... US Top Album Sales: #7(-6) @ShaniaTwain, Now 13,599 (147,867 total).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971002905268224

Shania Twain's 'Now' posts the largest second-week percentage sales drop for a #1 debuting female album (-90%).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971263740764160



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Go Inside The Making of Shania Twain's New Album 'Now' Live (LISTEN)

iHeartRadio | October 16, 2017

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The Queen of Country music is BACK. It's been a long time coming, but Shania Twain has finally returned with her first full-length album in 15 years! Now features twelve new songs including singles "Life's About to Get Good," "Swingin' with My Eyes Closed," and more. Twain worked with four main producers on Now, which includes Ron Aniello (Bruce Springsteen, Gavin DeGraw), Jake Gosling (Shawn Mendes, One Direction), Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones), and Matthew Koma (Zedd, Carly Rae Jepsen). 

During an exclusive sit-down with Bobby Bones for the iHeartCountry Album Release Party: Inside the Making of Now with Shania Twain, the country star will go into extensive detail about what it was like to make her new record, her first since 2002's Up!. And fans all over the country will be able to listen live on October 17th.

How To Stream The Concert

Fans can tune in free for a live radio broadcast of the exclusive iHeartCountry Album Release Party: Inside the Making of Now with Shania Twain on Tuesday, October 17th, at 8pm ET/5pm PT via iHeartRadio's iHeartCountry station or Soft Rock station, online or on the iHeartRadio App.

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Tommy wrote:
Angelo1985 wrote:
codyandshania wrote:

According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart


That's true, but with 6 new entries above and a greatest hits rised up 4 death cause (Tom Petty), its #8 place is really good!

I wasn't hopin' another week in Top10 at all!

Sales are not so bad, the problem is digital, on itunes is freefallin'...


According to Chart Data, NOW will be No. 7 (not No. 8) when the official Billboard 200 chart is released tomorrow. ... US Top Album Sales: #7(-6) @ShaniaTwain, Now 13,599 (147,867 total).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971002905268224

Shania Twain's 'Now' posts the largest second-week percentage sales drop for a #1 debuting female album (-90%).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971263740764160


F**k yes! A #7 spot with all these entries is a truly great drop! Doesn't matters for 90%, not now: in first 4 weeks MUST sleep in Top10, even just to be cited on Billboard chart reports! ;)



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Angelo1985 wrote:
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Angelo1985 wrote:
codyandshania wrote:

According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart


That's true, but with 6 new entries above and a greatest hits rised up 4 death cause (Tom Petty), its #8 place is really good!

I wasn't hopin' another week in Top10 at all!

Sales are not so bad, the problem is digital, on itunes is freefallin'...


According to Chart Data, NOW will be No. 7 (not No. 8) when the official Billboard 200 chart is released tomorrow. ... US Top Album Sales: #7(-6) @ShaniaTwain, Now 13,599 (147,867 total).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971002905268224

Shania Twain's 'Now' posts the largest second-week percentage sales drop for a #1 debuting female album (-90%).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971263740764160


F**k yes! A #7 spot with all these entries is a truly great drop! Doesn't matters for 90%, not now: in first 4 weeks MUST sleep in Top10, even just to be cited on Billboard chart reports! ;)


 Still happy at top #7. How about Country Chart?



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Angelo1985 wrote:
codyandshania wrote:

According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart


That's true, but with 6 new entries above and a greatest hits rised up 4 death cause (Tom Petty), its #8 place is really good!

I wasn't hopin' another week in Top10 at all!

Sales are not so bad, the problem is digital, on itunes is freefallin'...


According to Chart Data, NOW will be No. 7 (not No. 8) when the official Billboard 200 chart is released tomorrow. ... US Top Album Sales: #7(-6) @ShaniaTwain, Now 13,599 (147,867 total).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971002905268224

Shania Twain's 'Now' posts the largest second-week percentage sales drop for a #1 debuting female album (-90%).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971263740764160


F**k yes! A #7 spot with all these entries is a truly great drop! Doesn't matters for 90%, not now: in first 4 weeks MUST sleep in Top10, even just to be cited on Billboard chart reports! ;)


 Still happy at top #7. How about Country Chart?


Wait. We are happy with drop?

NEXT WEEK SHE IS A GUEST JUDGE ON DANCING WITH THE STARS AND TO PERFORM SOLIDER!!!



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Tommy wrote:
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According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart



According to Chart Data, NOW will be No. 7 (not No. 8) when the official Billboard 200 chart is released tomorrow. ... US Top Album Sales: #7(-6) @ShaniaTwain, Now 13,599 (147,867 total).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971002905268224

Shania Twain's 'Now' posts the largest second-week percentage sales drop for a #1 debuting female album (-90%).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971263740764160


Well, NOW is not No. 7 or No. 8. According to this Billboard article, the album isn't even in the Top 10 this week...

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/7998826/nf-first-no-1-album-billboard-200-chart-perception



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Shania Twain talks to Denis Walter after her new album debuts at No. 1

3AW Radio - Melbourne, Australia | October 17, 2017

Shania Twain is the top-selling female country artist of all time.

And after more than 30 years, Twain’s career is not slowing down: her fifth album, Now, has debuted at No. 1 on the Australian charts.

She told Denis Walter her new album is a personal journey.

“It was a bit scary making the decision to commit to writing it alone… but I feel very satisfied about taking on the challenge,” she said.

Twain said she currently planning an Australian tour.

Click Link Below To Listen To The Full Interview.

https://www.3aw.com.au/shania-twain-talks-to-denis-walter-after-new-album-debuts-at-no-1/



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According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart



According to Chart Data, NOW will be No. 7 (not No. 8) when the official Billboard 200 chart is released tomorrow. ... US Top Album Sales: #7(-6) @ShaniaTwain, Now 13,599 (147,867 total).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971002905268224

Shania Twain's 'Now' posts the largest second-week percentage sales drop for a #1 debuting female album (-90%).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971263740764160


Well, NOW is not No. 7 or No. 8. According to this Billboard article, the album isn't even in the Top 10 this week...

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/7998826/nf-first-no-1-album-billboard-200-chart-perception


it is # 7 or 8 on pure sales or physical sales. it is in the 20's on billboard which includes streaming. All albums are so close in sales so it wouldn't take much for a sales boost next week to make it jump many spots . During holidays it should sell well and it is very important this next single is a hit and gets radio play. That is why Soldier is a great choice if this is indeed the next single 



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"Soldier" isn't the next single. According to a tweet last week, the plug has been pulled on "Swingin' With My Eyes Closed" (even though a video was released a few weeks ago) and "We Got Something They Don't" will be sent to U.S. Country radio stations as the next single. https://twitter.com/PACRadioShow/status/918540755202912256

"Who's Gonna Be Your Girl" is the next single in Canada.



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According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart



According to Chart Data, NOW will be No. 7 (not No. 8) when the official Billboard 200 chart is released tomorrow. ... US Top Album Sales: #7(-6) @ShaniaTwain, Now 13,599 (147,867 total).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971002905268224

Shania Twain's 'Now' posts the largest second-week percentage sales drop for a #1 debuting female album (-90%).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971263740764160


Well, NOW is not No. 7 or No. 8. According to this Billboard article, the album isn't even in the Top 10 this week...

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/7998826/nf-first-no-1-album-billboard-200-chart-perception


it is # 7 or 8 on pure sales or physical sales. it is in the 20's on billboard which includes streaming. All albums are so close in sales so it wouldn't take much for a sales boost next week to make it jump many spots . During holidays it should sell well and it is very important this next single is a hit and gets radio play. That is why Soldier is a great choice if this is indeed the next single 


 

Such a failure...

Well, let's hope a Top20 position, but hey, forget Grammy nominees dears...



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According to HITS Daily Double, NOW has fallen seven places in the US to #8 on it's second week. That is a 90% sales decline with only an additional 13,041 albums sold this week.

The bad: Grammy nomination potential. The industry uses the first month to analyze sales data. Let's hope sales improve in the next two weeks.

The good: The second week is usually the worst week sales wise (Miley drops 75% and Demi dropped 85%)

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart



According to Chart Data, NOW will be No. 7 (not No. 8) when the official Billboard 200 chart is released tomorrow. ... US Top Album Sales: #7(-6) @ShaniaTwain, Now 13,599 (147,867 total).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971002905268224

Shania Twain's 'Now' posts the largest second-week percentage sales drop for a #1 debuting female album (-90%).
https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/919971263740764160


Well, NOW is not No. 7 or No. 8. According to this Billboard article, the album isn't even in the Top 10 this week...

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/7998826/nf-first-no-1-album-billboard-200-chart-perception


it is # 7 or 8 on pure sales or physical sales. it is in the 20's on billboard which includes streaming. All albums are so close in sales so it wouldn't take much for a sales boost next week to make it jump many spots . During holidays it should sell well and it is very important this next single is a hit and gets radio play. That is why Soldier is a great choice if this is indeed the next single 


 

Such a failure...

Well, let's hope a Top20 position, but hey, forget Grammy nominees dears...


Too early, remember Come On Over era. It might be the same case. A strong single is needed with a very sexy and iconic music video is what I am really waiting here.



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#29 spot this week!

Worse than every prediction...my my...

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#29 spot this week!

Worse than every prediction...my my...


 Major fall and #3 in Country Albums. It will bounce back to the top when she will have another new guestings.



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Mercury Nashville CEO Mike Dungan presenting Shania with a wall plaque for NOW debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, Canadian, UK and Australian charts, and being the best-selling female country artist (Universal Music Nashville - 10/16/17)

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Shania Twain’s Son Eja Enjoys His Own Musical Journey

By Deborah Evans Price | Sounds Like Nashville | October 17, 2017

Shania Twain has always been passionate about creating music and her 16-year-old son, Eja, shares her creative drive, but the proud mama says her talented offspring is forging his own unique path.

“He’s been making music for a few years now,” she tells Sounds Like Nashville. “He’s very devoted and a real hard worker. He’s got a crazy passion for making music, and it’s really fun to watch.”

Music is definitely in his genes. Eja is Twain’s son with her first husband, Robert John “Mutt” Lange, an acclaimed songwriter/producer whose credits include AC/DC, Def Leppard, Foreigner, Michael Bolton, Maroon 5, Nickelback and Twain.

Twain says Eja is a fan of the current music most of his peers listens to and keeps up with trends, but definitely has broader tastes than many young people his age. “He definitely listens to EDM, so that’s where he is as a fan, but he listens to all kinds of music,” she says. “He likes a wide variety of stuff. Hans Zimmer is one of his biggest heroes. There’s a real broad spectrum in his life musically, so he makes all kinds of stuff and he orchestrates a lot of things. He loves to arrange music and write music. He’s just on his own journey.

So would she rather her only child become a doctor or lawyer? Or is she fine with him pursuing a music career? “He’s not taking interest in being a performer, so I’m relieved about that if I was being really honest,” she confesses. “I think he’ll enjoy music more just being the creator of the music. It’s just really taxing being a performer, being the person out in front, unless that’s what he really wants. He just has a quiet confidence about him. He doesn’t have that extrovert—you know everybody look at me—type of personality. I think it will suit him well to be the creator.”

Now, Twain’s first album in nearly 15 years, is available everywhere.

http://www.soundslikenashville.com/news/shania-twain-son-musical-journey/



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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.



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Go Inside The Making of Shania Twain's New Album 'Now' Live (LISTEN)

iHeartRadio | October 16, 2017

The Queen of Country music is BACK. It's been a long time coming, but Shania Twain has finally returned with her first full-length album in 15 years! Now features twelve new songs including singles "Life's About to Get Good," "Swingin' with My Eyes Closed," and more. Twain worked with four main producers on Now, which includes Ron Aniello (Bruce Springsteen, Gavin DeGraw), Jake Gosling (Shawn Mendes, One Direction), Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones), and Matthew Koma (Zedd, Carly Rae Jepsen). 

During an exclusive sit-down with Bobby Bones for the iHeartCountry Album Release Party: Inside the Making of Now with Shania Twain, the country star will go into extensive detail about what it was like to make her new record, her first since 2002's Up!. And fans all over the country will be able to listen live on October 17th.

How To Stream The Concert

Fans can tune in free for a live radio broadcast of the exclusive iHeartCountry Album Release Party: Inside the Making of Now with Shania Twain on Tuesday, October 17th, at 8pm ET/5pm PT via iHeartRadio's iHeartCountry station or Soft Rock station, online or on the iHeartRadio App.

https://www.iheart.com/content/2017-10-16-go-inside-the-making-of-shania-twains-new-album-now-live-listen


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Apparently "Swingin" is still officially the second single from the album. Bobby Bones just introduced it as the second single.



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Apparently "Swingin" is still officially the second single from the album. Bobby Bones just introduced it as the second single.


The show was 30 minutes. Nothing new. Shania talked about Lyme disease, making the new album without Mutt, etc.. They played LATGG, SWMEC & WGSTD from the new album. They also played MIFLAW & YSTO.



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Apparently "Swingin" is still officially the second single from the album. Bobby Bones just introduced it as the second single.


The show was 30 minutes. Nothing new. Shania talked about Lyme disease, making the new album without Mutt, etc.. They played LATGG, SWMEC & WGSTD from the new album. They also played MIFLAW & YSTO.


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Shania Twain @ShaniaTwain

I wrote Soldier over a matter of weeks. #ShaniaNOW

Video clip of Shania talking about "Soldier" - https://twitter.com/ShaniaTwain/status/920665777929203712

11:00 AM ET - 18 Oct 17

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WIN a Guitar Autographed by Shania Twain

Sounds Like Nashville | October 18, 2017

 WIN a Guitar Autographed by Shania Twain

After several years out of the spotlight, Shania Twain returned with a new studio album, Now, and proved her staying power once again. The 16-song project debuted at No. 1 in the U.S., U.K., Zimbabwe, Australia and Canada as well as in the top five in Ireland and New Zealand upon its release.

Written solely by Twain herself, Now highlights many of the adversities and blessings in the singer/songwriters’ life. After facing a highly-publicized divorce and a battle with Lyme disease, Twain once again proves the age-old saying, “what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger.”

“I had a very, very turbulent upbringing and a lot of disappointment, a lot of personal struggle, so by the time my parents died, I was already pretty used to shielding myself and protecting myself somehow from the realities,” Twain shared with Sounds Like Nashville during a recent phone interview. “It was a difficult life and nothing would have prepared me for losing my parents. It was beyond devastating. I can’t explain that, but for lack of a better word, I’ve always just soldiered on. I really have picked myself up and carried on. I just don’t feel we have a choice in life. We are here to live and we just have to soldier on, so I can’t explain where that comes from.”

To celebrate the release of her redemptive album, Sounds Like Nashville is offering readers a chance to win a guitar signed by Shania Twain herself. Use the entry form below to enter for your chance to win. Be sure to pick up your copy of Now on iTunes.

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So SWMEC was sent to country radio but hasn’t been granted permission to be played? That’s so weird..I think they don’t know what they’re doing at this point.

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OFFICIAL: @ShaniaTwain's new single is now #WeGotSomethingTheyDont, impacting Country Radio 10/30!

1:01 PM ET - 19 Oct 17

http://twitter.com/PACRadioShow

***What the hell is the point? Country radio won't play "We Got Something They Don't" either! Should have went with "Because Of You" or "Who's Gonna Be Your Girl" like in Canada.

So I assume Shania will be singing "We Got Something They Don't" at the CMA Awards on November 8. What a promotion/marketing disaster!



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Dumb move by her and her moronic team lol It is a good song but country radio will not play. Is she seriously this Dumb? There are much better choices for country radio like HOME,Soldier, BECAUSE OF YOU and WGTBYG. I think this is a fantastic album but she has morons working for her who are clueless as to which songs to release as singles. Get your head out of your ass Shania , you have lots of great songs on a fantastic album but only a certain few will country radio play. SOLDIER or HOME would of been an excellent choice. I am convinced now Shania works with a bunch of airheads. Anyone here could do a better job of picking singles that have the best chance at radio. oh well maybe she had her son pick this single like he did the first single lol lol that is how she rolls lol good luck with that 😁😃

 



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If they wanted to try a love song to promote the album, they could've chosen "Because Of You". WGSTD isn't country at all, so I don't think Country Radio will play it more than SWMEC. Too bad, because there are potential country hits on this album.

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I've finally received my copy of Deluxe Edition and made scans.



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So maybe they were preserving the great songs for next year to be released? WGSTD is catchy and a good song. Not a country song but maybe a potential hit globally in general.

However, I am expecting a different single like Soldier or WGBYG.



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‘Now’ and Then: Shania Twain on Chasing Love and Fun, 20 Years After ‘Come on Over’

By Chris Willman | Variety | October 19, 2017 

Shania Twain’s new album “Now,” released Sept. 29, arrived 15 years after she sang “Can only go up from here!” Those words — from her 2002 chart-topper “Up!” — proved not to be so prophetic, as Twain had some downturns to weather before she would return to recording, including a few nearly career-ending vocal problems and the end of a long relationship with her producer and co-writer, who had also happened to be her husband.

By coincidence, 2017 also marks the 20th anniversary of “Come on Over,” not only her biggest album — with 20 million in U.S. sales, and possibly double that globally — but close to being anyone’s biggest album. It ranks No. 8 on the Recording Industry Assn. of America’s list of all-time American bestsellers, but if you leave out double albums where each individual disc doubles the total, Twain’s album would be at No. 4. With a track record that includes that and two other diamond-certified albums — 1995’s “The Woman in Me” and “Up!” — Twain, 52, would clearly never have to release another lick of music to go on as an arena act, but the real fans want to hear the rest of the story, as Paul Harvey would have said.

“On a business level, touring is key to most major artists,” says her manager, Maverick’s Scott Rodger, “but it’s by no means their first priority. Artists are driven by creating and releasing new music and that’s the most important thing in their careers. For Shania, we know that sales-wise we won’t be able to compete [with the catalog], as no artist will ever do in the current musical landscape, so you have to remove any concept of selling 40 million albums. It won’t happen ever again. Also, for a female in her early 50s, it presents challenges at radio, especially country radio, which is so heavily dominated by male artists. Our options are extremely limited for exposure there — thus the reason we have focused a lot on TV performances and appearances in order to create awareness around the album release. Releasing new music also stimulates the back catalog and increases awareness for licensing opportunities as well as streaming.”

Rodger notes Twain is “completely driving the ship here” by writing the entire new album herself and taking the guiding hand with co-producers, unlike the three big albums on which Robert “Mutt” Lange shepherded her. Critics have been surprised by how much “Now” seems a continuation of that classic run, albeit with some verses that make pit-stops at some darker places than “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!”

Variety spoke with Twain about putting her bittersweet past decade and a half into song, her upcoming return to the road, and how she felt 20 years ago when “Come on Over” really did make tens of millions of fans want to stop by.

A few years ago, you announced a farewell tour. Now you’re getting ready for another outing. What changed your mind about retiring from the road?
It all really came down to voice problems and the vocal issues. I had been pushing my limits coming out of the Las Vegas residency after two years. But I had done better than I expected there, and that gave me the boost I needed to get in a touring environment one more time. I was willing to take a chance and end that part of my career on a touring stage and not in the comfortable environment [of Vegas]. It was a bit of a challenge, and a personal decision as an artist, to end that part of my career in fans’ towns, so they weren’t coming to me but I was going to them. But that (farewell tour) went better than expected. So now my thinking is, well, I’ll just take it one day at a time, and if it’s working, then I just keep doing it till it doesn’t work any more.

Some years back Taylor Swift wrote an entire album by herself, partly to prove wrong the detractors who thought others did the heavy lifting. In writing “Now” by yourself, was there any similar aspect of feeling like you had something to prove?
It was definitely a matter of proving things, but proving it to myself. I was stepping out for the first time in a long, long time without Mutt as my producer and my co-writer. In that relationship I was also writing all the time by myself, but then I was taking that material to Mutt and we were bouncing it off each other and collaborating from that. But before I met Mutt, I had been writing entirely alone. Once that relationship was over, I needed to get reacquainted with that songwriter that I had been before I met Mutt, and get back to that isolation that I actually love. I enjoy the independence. I enjoy not necessarily having any feedback, to be honest. I like having no inhibitions and having no one to interfere with what I was thinking or feeling before I had a chance to assess it later. I just needed to know that that (solo) writer was still there, intact. Mutt always did respect me as a songwriter and was always drawing (certain things) out of me anyway. But then there were other things that I hadn’t been in touch with for years. On my own, I love going to the minor chords. I love my two-bar chiming thing — just a lot of signature things that I’d gravitated to more as a younger writer. Without anyone else involved, this is really the purest music I’ve ever recorded.

The only new music that people had heard from you in recent years had been a single called “Today is Your Day.” I wondered whether all of the new album would be in that inspirational a vein, or whether you would let yourself go dark, a little bit. And you did.
I did write even darker songs than the ones that are on the album, or darker versions of some of these songs. Songwriting’s my therapy. In some cases I just ended up abandoning certain lyrics or even certain grooves. I would go into a happier groove, just to take it somewhat lighter. I was raking through all kinds of crap in my mind and in my heart, and then in the end, I just felt better, so the songs ended up being more optimistic than where I started, generally. It’s a record of a personal journey more than an album-making exercise. I don’t know if I’ll ever write an album quite like this again, because this is very unique to what I was going through 

Did you ever feel like you needed to work up some courage to share some of the more vulnerable material on this album?
I don’t find it painful. I find it helpful to talk about it. It’s healing to share.

You said recently, “This is not my divorce album.” But most of us listening to it will think that a lot of the songs have to do with divorce and remarriage and finding yourself again. You’ve said a lot of it is autobiographical. So where does it fit on the confessional scale?
I will say it’s definitely not the divorce album. The divorce album would have been a very different album. [She laughs loudly.] There are a few that are absolutely about my divorce experience. This album is really about a period of transition and evolution for me, and the divorce is absolutely one of the cornerstone experiences of that journey. But there are so many other things in there, and a lot of references where listeners wouldn’t really know what part of my life I’m referring to, so maybe they would just assume that it was divorce.

Can you name one that people might assume is about the divorce that isn’t?
“Where Do You Think You’re Going” is more about my own parents leaving me, dying. Or loss in general, about when you lose something or someone and there’s just nothing you can do about it — that helplessness that you feel… There are so many things about my day-to-day life and my really personal, journalistic-type views on things. “Kiss and Make Up” just came from my current husband and I having a little argument, and I went and wrote that song, and that song got it out of my system.

“Soldier” has been licensed for a new movie that is actually about soldiers, “Thank You for Your Service.” But it doesn’t seem like you were necessarily thinking about that in the literal sense when you wrote it.
When I wrote “Soldier,” I was thinking of my son, and the anxiety of separation, and thinking of him soldiering his way through life. I have my son here with me, but even just saying goodbye to go to school, I feel that. And I think a lot of that just comes from losing my own parents so suddenly, without being able to say goodbye. And I thought of other families that have a military member going off to serve, and when they say goodbye, they really may never see that person again. In the times right now where we’re always having discussions on TV about military and wars here and there, I’m affected, like everybody else. I’m concerned… That song starts with “Don’t close the door when you leave.” Normally you would tell someone, when it’s cold, to close the door. But this is: Don’t close the door behind you, because I don’t care if it’s cold, I may never see you again, and I just want you to promise me that you’ll be back … I’m crying, I get so emotionally wrapped up in that. And when I saw the movie, it such a perfect fit. I cried a lot when I wrote that song, so I’m happy that the song has found such an appropriate home.

“More Fun” is on the opposite end of the scale, tone-wise. I imagine the song must be about your younger self, because I don’t see you hanging out in parking lots much these days. Or maybe you do—what do I know? [She laughs.] But it seems to be reminiscing.
Well, I was reminiscing. I was actually sitting in a hotel room on an upper floor watching thousands of fans going to a baseball game, while I had the flu, and I was so jealous—I really wanted to go. I was really feeling sorry for myself and thought, “Oh, man. I have to get out more.” I was working very hard during the promo tour, and that looked like more fun. It’s reflecting back on the years when fun was just an everyday thing that you considered a necessity.

Speaking of less fun, your memoir makes it sound like the period surrounding “Come On Over” was not such a fun time for you. The mania over that album really did not die down for years. You had eight singles off it, and it broke in Europe two years after it broke in America, and it broke in pop after it broke in country. In the book, you say, “I was exhausted, and although I was thrilled by the success, I feared it would never end: the work, the travel, the loneliness.” It’s hard to be grateful when you’re exhausted by the juggernaut. Did it take a number of years to grasp what had happened?
There was no real one-moment impact for any one of those songs, almost. Everybody was picking up on things at different times in different ways. So it was just a really long, big, incredible moment, I guess, for 12 years straight. I didn’t have perspective; I wasn’t very objective in it, because I became isolated. I do like to be isolated when I’m creative and writing or in the studio, but otherwise, it’s very hard to cope with. Loneliness is a terrible thing. And the workload was outrageous. And not a lot of people were that gracious all the time with me. I think I didn’t always feel welcome. It was just tough. It was an exciting period in my life, but it wasn’t the most fun period in my life. Looking back on it now, I’m enjoying it more from where I stand more than I ever did while it was happening. But it was hard to escape, then. Normally, if you’re in a high-stress career, you can take a vacation and cut yourself off and get a break. When you’re a celebrity at a high level, there almost isn’t anywhere you can go, anywhere, in the world that will give you that real break, where there’s not a trigger somewhere that will take you back to your professional frame of mind. There is security and logistics and you can never truly check out. That affects you, especially if you’re a younger person. But I was already in my 30s by the time this even started.

So you feel that helped a little, that you were better equipped to handle becoming a superstar in your 30s than someone who was fresh off the boat?
Yeah. I didn’t totally go mad. [Laughs.]

In your book you wrote, “Breaking records is not why I got into music. This is an artform, not a sport like hockey.” But for those of us who do keep score, there are so many staggering stats about “Come On Over.” It’s the biggest selling album ever by a female artist. The fourth biggest album of all time. The second biggest of the Soundscan era. It set a record for the longest stay in the top 20 of the top 200 on Billboard. And then an additional, weird factoid: For all that elongated success, it was never actually No. 1 on the Billboard chart. That suggests that, when it came out, you weren’t quite at superstar level yet.
The biggest artists at that time, the ones that were leading the pack, were selling 3 million albums. That was a dream in itself, if I would even have imagined being up in that category. So I had to stop counting after that. I was like, “I’ll leave the counting to you guys; I’ll just go out there and do what I do.” I never followed those things. And a lot of my biggest hits didn’t go No. 1 on certain charts. So it just seemed to me that it’s kind of not really relevant in the end. I don’t know about everybody else, but in my case, anyway, it’s the public that have made me as big as I am, and not necessarily an internal thing from me. It wasn’t a contrived thing. It was just the fans, at their own pace and in their own time, grabbing onto particular songs or particular albums of mine. It was almost a little bit random, the way things ended up tallying up. But it’s fun now for me to look back on it all and see how impactful it was.

Do you have a favorite song from “Come On Over” 20 years later, or one you think was underrated?
Mmm, that’s a good question, because sometimes I don’t even remember which songs were on which albums. I know they came out far apart, but they ran together in so many ways. Sometimes I had ideas that made it onto “Come On Over” that I started writing during “Woman in Me.” So to me, what album what songs went on is not that clear. So I’ll probably say something that was on “Up!” [Laughs.] I know we’re talking about the 20-year anniversary of “Come On Over.” But I think of “The Woman in Me” — which, obviously, was on “The Woman in Me.” I always thought was a song that should be re-recorded (as a cover by someone else). And “From This Moment On” is a song I’d definitely love to hear redone, with a voice that’s much more of a power-style voice, and there’s so many of those right now. Maybe I didn’t do those songs the justice the justice that they deserved, or at least the way I heard them when I wrote them. I remember when I wrote “From This Moment On,” I said to Mutt, “You know, I don’t think I should sing this song. Let’s call up some great power singer and get her to record it.” He was pretty insistent on me doing it.

Especially in country, people look back fondly on the late ‘90s as an idyllic period, in which women seemed the strongest artists of all. We think of that being an era when the window was open for powerful women to catch an equal break, and for the barriers between country and pop to dissipate, too. But maybe you don’t remember it as an open window. Maybe you shattered it.
No, the window was definitely not open, at all. It was a real struggle at the time. And the only thing that worked was the fan demand. That was it. If I hadn’t had that, it would never have worked. So it was really just more a question of, how do I reach them? That was the real difficulty at the time, way more than it is now, because now there are all these other immediate accesses to music and to artists that nobody has control over, which is really amazing. You did not have that 20, 25 years ago. (Gatekeepers) can’t filter to the degree that they were able to filter years ago. The fans in the end decided that they wanted to hear me, and how often, and that determined everything. There was no other way I ever would have gotten to this point.

http://variety.com/2017/music/news/shania-twain-interview-1202593122/



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A radio station wrote this article on Shania’s next single.


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Can’t we just be happy she gave us another fantastic and timeless album? If the general public is ignoring this, well, then their loss.

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in German album charts cry

second week - # 41
third week - #72

https://www.offiziellecharts.de/album-details-334435


Switzerland

second week - #24

http://www.hitparade.ch/charts/alben/15-10-2017 



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Can’t we just be happy she gave us another fantastic and timeless album? If the general public is ignoring this, well, then their loss.

 

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in German album charts cry

second week - # 41
third week - #72

https://www.offiziellecharts.de/album-details-334435

 

Switzerland

second week - #24

http://www.hitparade.ch/charts/alben/15-10-2017


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



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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/



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Honestly, I don't care if the album is doing great or not. I love it and to me that's all that matters. I love this album! My only concern is that, down the road, if this albums doesn't preform as well as she hoped or think it would, that it will not discourage her from recording new music, which I don't think is the case anyways. You can't really rely on charting anyways because you have so many people who illegally download albums and it is so easy to access.

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