Shania Twain

Genres: Country & Bluegrass Country / Bluegrass Documentaries Music Videos & Concerts Soundtrack
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Decades: 1990s 2000s
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Eilleen Regina Edwards, 28 August 1965, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. This glamorous Canadian country/pop star (her first name is pronounced ‘Shu-nye-ah’) grew up in the mining town of Timmins. Before her musical career began she planted trees with her Native American stepfather as part of a forest crew. Poor even by rural Canadian standards, her family made great sacrifices to support her embryonic career. She took a job at the Deerhurst resort in northern Ontario as the headline vocalist in a variety of musical productions. Afterwards she concentrated on country music, employing her friend and former performer Mary Bailey as her manager. Bailey put her in contact with attorney Dick Frank in 1991, leading to a demo tape recorded in Nashville with songwriter and producer Norro Wilson and Buddy Cannon, Mercury Records’ A&R manager. Both the tragedy of her parents’ death (they were both killed in an automobile accident in November 1987) and their...

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