Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Shania Twain releases new single Life’s About to Get Good and announces new album NOW

Three decades into her storied career as the "top-selling female country artist of all-time," International superstar Shania Twain confidently embraces the moment on her triumphant fifth full-length on Mercury Nashville and first album since 2002, the aptly titled Shania NOW.

Shania Twain - Now
Expected 29 September 2017
Label: Virgin EMI
Tracks: 12 Time: 41:21
Amazon UK - Amazon UK (Deluxe; 16 tracks/ 56:21 mins) - UK iTunes -

Assuming the role of sole songwriter for the first time and overseeing production as a co-producer on all 16 tracks, this is the woman the world knows and loves at her brightest, boldest, and best.
This is the singer who rose from poverty in Ontario, Canada to winning five GRAMMY Awards, selling 90 million albums worldwide, earning the title "Queen of Country Pop," penning the best-selling memoir From This Moment, and achieving an unprecedented three Diamond-certified albums-1995's 12x-platinum THE WOMAN IN ME, 1997's 20x-platinum COME ON OVER (the best-selling studio album in Soundscan history by a female artist in any genre), and 2002's 11x-platinum UP.

This is the powerhouse voice behind "You're Still The One," "From This Moment On," "That Don't Impress Me Much," "Honey, I'm Home," "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!", and "Come On Over," to name a few. This is the fighter who returned from a quietly debilitating eight-year bout with Lyme Disease to headline a show-stopping two-year Las Vegas residency in 2012, launch 2015's comeback "Rock This Country" tour, and receive a 2016 Billboard Women in Music "Icon Award." Led by the declaratory first single "Life's About to Get Good," this is Shania NOW

NOW, offered as both a 12-track standard and a 16-track deluxe, is available for preorder now and includes an instant download of the album’s lead single “Life’s About to Get Good.” The joyful new tune premieres today on country radio platforms around the globe.
BBC Radio 2’s Chris Evans introduced Shania as "The Queen Of Country"
Listen back at 1 hour 40 BBC Page

Life’s About to Get Good iTunes Debut:

#66 US iTunes
#90 UK iTunes | #2 UK Country iTunes

Published on Jun 15, 2017 Life's About To Get Good (Audio) Vevo

What Do You Think to Shania Twain's new single “Life’s About to Get Good”?

Life’s About to Get Good,” (Mercury Nashville) has debuted on Billboard Country Airplay at No.36, with 4.8 million in audience. It top home Hot Shot Debut, Most Increased Audience (4.785 million gain) and Most Added stripes thanks to 53 fresh radio commitments.
The self-written “Good” (Loon Echo, ASCAP/Songs Of Universal, Inc., BMI) is Twain’s first entry on the Country Airplay chart since 2011’s No.36-peaking “Today Is Your Day” (her only prior charted title this decade). It’s her 34th total visit, a sum that includes seven No. 1s among 16 top 10s.
Will country radio embrace Twain’s new song for the long term? Early reaction appears mixed. “It is pretty exciting to get new music from an iconic act like Shania,” Cumulus Media vp country Charlie Cook told Billboard. “Her fan base is so passionate about her. When she played Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena last year, the place was nuts. I would say, with all in mind, life’s about to get good for Twain.” Conversely, one major-market PD who prefers to remain anonymous asks, “After all that time off, this is the best that she can do?”

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Shania Twain interview with Bobby Bones where she premiered her new single, told and him why she's a cool mom and the impact of her Lyme disease.

Life’s About to Get Good
Shania Twain (LATGG) OC: …stylistically

“This song is very, it’s got a lot of conflict where it’s very true to my life and my story and my thinking at the time of the very first lyric – ‘I wasn’t just broken/I was shattered’ – like this just doesn’t get any worse, you know, in mind my mind, emotionally. But then the chorus is really catchy, and there’s the irony of all these happy, cheerful voices in there and the craft of the song itself. I mean, ‘Life’s about this, life’s about that, life’s about to get good,’ and that’s just a play on words and that’s just me as a song and that’s just me, the songwriter, having fun. I think this is just a more complete picture of me as an artist. It’s a more complete picture. There’s an extra element there that is deeper into my story, my personal story, but it’s the same songwriter stylistically.”

Shania Twain (LATGG) 2 OC: …of the song
“Well, the song is a little bit of a departure of its own on this album. It’s definitely one of the more chirpy songs on the album, that’s what I would say, but it still has that melancholy story to it in the verses. We’re not quite there yet, but I can see the light at the end of the tunnel type of the thing. That’s what the song is about obviously, and it’s a little bit of a satire this song. I’m kind of making fun of that and I’m having fun with like, ‘Oh boy, [I] can’t wait for things to get better. I can see the light. I’m going to head there toward that.’ And then I just sort of make fun with that in the musicality of the song.”

Shania rocked New York City (June 16) as part of NBC’s TODAY Show Summer Concert Series. Fans got to hear new music including her latest single along with a few of her most-popular hits. While fans got a taste of the highly-anticipated new song in an exciting NBC Winter Olympics ad, the TODAY Show appearance will only be the second time Shania has performed “Life’s About to Get Good” for a live audience. The first came recently when she performed to a high-spirited crowd of over 75,000 fans as one of the three headliners of this year’s Stagecoach Festival in Indio, Calif.

Shania Twain Performs On 'Today'
Twain discussed her new album, the inspirations behind it, and her upcoming tour with "TODAY" show hosts Matt Lauer, Kathie Lee Grifford, Hoda Kotb and Carson Daly before taking the stage.
Watch the interview here.
Twain kicked off the show with her hits, "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "Man! I Feel Like A Woman," which can be viewed here and here, respectively. Shania then went on to perform her new tunes, "Life's About To Get Good," and "Swingin' With My Eyes Closed." Watch those performances here and here, respectively.

Shania Twain Discusses New Project With CBS Radio/Philadelphia VP/Programming Shelly Easton
MERCURY NASHVILLE's Shania Twain spent time with CBS RADIO/PHILADELPHIA VP/Music Programming Shelly Easton this week to discuss her newest single, "Life's About To Get Good" and her forthcoming album, "Now". Twain shared the story behind her near-collaboration with the late Rock icon Prince, who was the first producer to reach out to her about creating new music.
Check out Shania’s conversation with EASTON here.

'Shania Twain: Rock This Country' to open at CMHOF this month
In addition to the upcoming new album, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tenn. opens its Shania exhibit later this month as part of the museum’s 50th anniversary celebration. 
Scheduled to run through mid-2018, the exhibit will feature some of Shania’s iconic outfits from the “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” music video (including her top hat, top coat, corset, shirt, necktie, gloves, and skirt), as well as her memorable 2003 Super Bowl halftime performance outfit — the Marc Bouwer-designed black pleather-duster coat and velvet skirt with rhinestone embellishments and many more.

The Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum (CMHOF) will unveil its newest exhibit, "SHANIA TWAIN: ROCK THIS COUNTRY," on FRIDAY, JUNE 30th. The exhibit will include career highlights from TWAIN's early days performing in Canadian bars through her recent appearance at the Stagecoach Festival and everything between. "SHANIA TWAIN: ROCK THIS COUNTRY" is set to run at the CMHOF through Sunday, JULY 15th, 2018 (NET NEWS 1/10).
"Shania Twain's impact on Country music is undeniable," said CMHOF CEO Kyle Young. "Her message of female empowerment and dynamic Pop sound electrified Country music. Her continued influence is evidenced by artists like Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, and Kelsea Ballerini. We are pleased to feature Ms. TWAIN in this career-spanning exhibit."

Shania is a five-time GRAMMY Award-winner and the reigning Queen of Country Pop. With more than 75 million albums sold worldwide and U.S. sales topping 34.5 million, Shania remains the top-selling female country artist of all time. Shania’s albums include her Platinum-selling 1993 debut, SHANIA TWAIN; the GRAMMY Award-winning, Double Diamond-selling 1995 release, THE WOMAN IN ME; COME ON OVER, the best-selling studio album in Soundscan history by a female artist in any genre and the best-selling country album of all time with over 40 million units sold worldwide; and UP!, Shania’s third consecutive Diamond-selling album release.
Recognizing her indelible impact and achievements in music, Shania is the first and only female artist to receive CMT’s Artist of a Lifetime Award.
She was also honored with the Icon Award at Billboard’s Women in Music ceremony. Shania’s hits include “Any Man of Mine,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” “You’re Still the One,” and “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!”.
NOW album preorder packages are available now at Shania’s official store.
Fans can find exclusive items only available through preorder including a sequin leopard print bomber jacket and a vinyl record with a personalized voice greeting from Shania. Fans can also hear Shania’s NOW playlist.

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Shania Twain - Now
Expected 29 September 2017
Label: Virgin EMI
Tracks: 12 Time: 41:21
Amazon UK - Amazon UK (Deluxe; 16 tracks/ 56:21 mins) - UK iTunes -

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