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Shania Twain ist eine kanadische Sängerin und Songwriterin, die als Crossover-Künstlerin in der Country-Musik und in der Popmusik bekannt wurde. Bis wurde Twain fünfmal mit dem Grammy und 27 Mal mit dem BMI-Songwriter-Award ausgezeichnet. Shania Twain [ʃəˈnaɪ.ə ˈtweɪn] (* August in Windsor, Ontario; bürgerlich Eilleen Regina Edwards) ist eine kanadische Sängerin und Songwriterin. Diese Diskografie ist eine Übersicht über die musikalischen Werke der kanadischen Country- und Popsängerin Shania Twain. Den Quellenangaben zufolge. Beruflich auf der Überholspur, privat ein Tiefschlag nach dem anderen. angelsfromhell.eu verrät alles über das turbulente Leben der kanadischen Sängerin Shania Twain. Shania Twain - Twain, Shania: angelsfromhell.eu: Musik. Beginnings - Shania Twain: angelsfromhell.eu: Musik. Musikerin Shania Twain wird als Tochter von Clarence Edwards und seiner Frau Sharon in Kanada geboren. Ihre Eltern lassen sich scheiden, als Eilleen zwei.

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So what exactly happened to country music's best-selling female artist of all time, and why did she take a year hiatus from music?

Let's take a look…. The singer was diagnosed with Lyme disease in Twain revealed that she had contracted the bacterial infection after being bitten by a tick while horseback riding in Virginia in She was in the middle of her Up!

Tour at the time but the effects of the disease were immediate — the singer suffered dizzy spells and almost fell off the stage every night, and she also almost lost her ability to sing.

As her health deteriorated, Twain developed problems with her vocal cords and eventually lost her voice. She was forced to take a break from performing, taking a total of 15 years away from music.

Not yet diagnosed with Lyme disease, Twain thought it was just fatigue because she had just come off tour and was a new mum, but her ailments continued.

I wasn't heard very well on the phone. I couldn't speak in loud environments. Seven years later, she was diagnosed with Lyme disease. Twain has since undergone multiple throat surgeries to correct the damage and, in the process, was told she was in danger of losing her singing voice.

But the pain was too debilitating to forgo surgery. Thankfully, her surgeries went well and she's able to perform again. When I'm laughing now, I'm the loudest one in the room.

When her voice returned in , the star made up for lost time. She then embarked on her Rock This Country Tour in , which was a nationwide success. I Feel Like a Woman!

In , the couple settled down in the Swiss town of Corseaux, overlooking Lake Geneva, and the following year they welcomed their only child, a son named Eja, now They were the same age and had similar interests, and the women bonded further when they both fell pregnant at the same time.

I was disgusted that another woman's lust for a lifestyle upgrade was worth the devastation of my family. This was followed by her first Country Top 10 and No.

Twain had further hits from the album, including the title track which peaked at No. Mercury Nashville's promotion of the album was based largely upon a series of music videos, which every single off the album had.

In , Twain released her follow-up album, Come On Over. It established her as a successful crossover singer. Of the 16 tracks on the album, 12 were released as singles.

With the release of third single, " You're Still the One ", sales skyrocketed. The album peaked at No. It is also the ninth highest-selling album by any type of artist in the US [50] and the top selling country album in history.

In , following the pop release of "You're Still the One", the Come On Over album was released in a remixed format for the European market as a pop album with less country instrumentation, and actually gave her the big breakthrough in Europe she and her producer husband Robert John "Mutt" Lange were looking for.

Come On Over went to No. Additionally, "You've Got a Way" was remixed specifically for inclusion on the Notting Hill soundtrack. Subsequently, a reissue of the international version of the album was released worldwide, including the US and Europe, containing three of these new remixes.

Additionally, the album set the record for the longest ever stay in the Top 20 of the Billboard , remaining in the Top 20 for 99 weeks. In , Twain launched her first major concert tour, aided by her manager Jon Landau , a veteran of many large-scale tours with Bruce Springsteen.

In , Twain was initially scheduled to release a Christmas album, but plans to release one were cancelled later in the year.

The album includes 16 tracks recorded in the late s before Twain signed her record deal with Mercury. On January 26, , Twain performed at the Super Bowl halftime show.

About a year later, Twain kicked off the Up! Tour in Hamilton , Ontario, Canada on September 25, It remained at the top of the charts for five weeks.

Twain's crossover appeal in the country, pop and dance genres, led Up! In Germany, Up! The international music disc was remixed with Indian-style orchestral and percussion parts recorded in Mumbai , India.

They were originally invited to contribute parts to the pop version of "I'm Gonna Getcha Good! Twain's popularity in UK was reflected by numerous appearances on the long-running music show Top of the Pops , performing singles from Come On Over from In an entire special show was dedicated to her on sister show TOTP2 , in which Twain herself introduced some past performances of her greatest hits and new singles from Up!

During the show, she performed " Up! Eight of the tracks were released as singles in various markets. The first single from the album, " I'm Gonna Getcha Good!

It was a much bigger hit on the other side of the Atlantic, released in a pop version, the single hit 4 in the UK. In Australia , Germany and France , the song reached the Top 15 in each case.

The follow-up single was the title track, which reached the Top 15 in the US country charts but only reached 63 on the pop charts.

The second European single, and third single overall, became the mid-tempo song " Ka-Ching! The song eventually became another smash hit in the important European markets, reaching 1 in Germany and Austria and other European countries, the UK Top 10 and the Top 15 in France.

The fourth single from the album would be the most successful in the US, the romantic ballad " Forever and for Always ". It was released in April and peaked at 4 on the country chart, 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart and 20 on the Billboard Hot The other four singles from the album were " Thank You Baby!

All eight singles had accompanying music videos. The title track "Up! By January , Up! In , she released the Greatest Hits album, with three new tracks.

As of , it had sold over 4. The follow-up singles, " Don't! The former made Top 20 on Adult Contemporary, while the latter did not gain enough airplay to reach the Country Top In August , she released the single " Shoes " from the Desperate Housewives soundtrack.

In June , Twain released a letter to her fans explaining the delays in the release of her next album, noting she had gone through personal pains and was focusing on raising her son Eja.

In May , Twain confirmed in an interview that she would release her first new single in six years, " Today Is Your Day ", after the finale of Why Not?

The last episode of "Why Not? In July , Twain announced on Facebook that she was working on her album over the summer during a break from Still the One.

In the interview, Twain said that a new album was coming, but she said that she was still in the process of finding the right producer.

In a series of interviews leading up to her Calgary Stampede shows, Twain said she hoped to tour in and that it would lead to the release of a new album.

On March 4, , Twain announced on Good Morning America she would be going on tour for the first time in 11 years, and would begin June 5 in Seattle , Washington and end on October 11 in Toronto, Ontario.

Twain also announced this would be her last tour before her fifth studio album, which she intends to release while she is On August 24, , Twain stated: "First, I have to finish my new album this winter.

Six tracks are already completed. I've written 38 songs in total, and now the process is underway to narrow that down to another six or eight to finish recording".

That same month, it was announced by several sources, that even though her current Rock This Country Tour is her final time touring, she is possibly planning on extending the tour overseas because the Rock This Country tour was only based in the United States and Canada.

Twain also mentioned, possibly returning to Las Vegas with a new residency show for possibly late or The new show would end up featuring music from her long-awaited new album as well as her hits.

In October , Twain confirmed to Rolling Stone that she had new music coming "really soon. Twain headlined the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, California, where she previewed her new music for the first time.

Twain's mainstream pop acceptance was further helped by her appearance in the first edition of the VH1 Divas concert where she sang alongside Mariah Carey , Celine Dion , Gloria Estefan , Carole King and Aretha Franklin , and also by VH1 's heavily aired Behind the Music , which concentrated on the tragic aspects of her early life as well as her physical attractiveness and Nashville's early resistance to her bare-midriff music videos.

Twain appeared as herself in the feature film I Heart Huckabees. On November 12, , Twain made her first television appearance since her split from Lange, where she appeared as a surprise presenter at the 42nd CMA Awards.

In , Twain served as a guest judge on American Idol , for the show's August 30 and 31 episodes. The show debuted on May 8, on OWN.

On October 23, , Twain appeared as a guest judge on the 25th season of Dancing with the Stars during the show's "Movie Night", and also performed her song "Soldier".

The tribute episode aired June 21, In January , Twain joined Scentstories by Febreze to create a limited edition scent disc with the proceeds going to America's Second Harvest.

In late , Twain partnered with Coty to produce her namesake fragrance "Shania" by Stetson. A second fragrance was released in September , called "Shania Starlight".

On January 1, , Twain carried the Olympic Torch through her hometown as part of the Winter Olympics torch relay. Twain is a vegetarian [] [] and a devotee of Sant Mat , an Eastern spiritual philosophy.

Twain met producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange after he heard her original songs and singing from her debut album; he then offered to produce and write songs with her.

They first met at Nashville's Fan Fair in June and quickly became close. They were married on December 28, and had a son, Eja pronounced "Asia" , in August She created Shania Kids Can in , to address the needs of young school children who are typically overlooked by social assistance programs.

Twain is a long-time resident of Corseaux , Switzerland, [] where her son was born. In addition to her various awards for her singles and albums, Twain has received a number of personal honours:.

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Shania Twain was at the top of her game in the late '90s and early noughties. With 75 million albums sold worldwide, five Grammy Awards on her mantle, and numerous hits under her leopard-print cape, the country music singer had the world at her feet.

But a cheating scandal involving her then-husband Robert John Lange and best friend would soon rock her world, as did a mysterious illness that left her with no singing voice.

So what exactly happened to country music's best-selling female artist of all time, and why did she take a year hiatus from music? Let's take a look….

The singer was diagnosed with Lyme disease in Twain revealed that she had contracted the bacterial infection after being bitten by a tick while horseback riding in Virginia in She was in the middle of her Up!

Tour at the time but the effects of the disease were immediate — the singer suffered dizzy spells and almost fell off the stage every night, and she also almost lost her ability to sing.

As her health deteriorated, Twain developed problems with her vocal cords and eventually lost her voice.

She was forced to take a break from performing, taking a total of 15 years away from music. Not yet diagnosed with Lyme disease, Twain thought it was just fatigue because she had just come off tour and was a new mum, but her ailments continued.

I wasn't heard very well on the phone. I couldn't speak in loud environments. Seven years later, she was diagnosed with Lyme disease.

Twain has since undergone multiple throat surgeries to correct the damage and, in the process, was told she was in danger of losing her singing voice.

But the pain was too debilitating to forgo surgery. Thankfully, her surgeries went well and she's able to perform again.

When I'm laughing now, I'm the loudest one in the room. When her voice returned in , the star made up for lost time.

She then embarked on her Rock This Country Tour in , which was a nationwide success. I Feel Like a Woman! Raised in Timmins, Ontario , Twain pursued singing and songwriting from a young age before signing with Mercury Nashville Records in the early s.

Her self-titled debut studio album was a commercial failure upon release in Her third studio album, Come On Over , became the best-selling studio album by a female act in any genre and the best-selling country album of all time, selling over 40 million copies worldwide.

I Feel Like a Woman! Her fourth studio album, Up! In , after releasing her Greatest Hits album, which produced three new singles including " Party for Two ", Twain entered a hiatus, revealing years later that diagnoses with Lyme disease and dysphonia led to a severely weakened singing voice.

Twain returned to performing the following year with an exclusive concert residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace , Shania: Still the One , which ran until Altogether, Twain is ranked as the 10th best-selling artist of the Nielsen SoundScan era.

She has two sisters, Jill and Carrie Ann. Her parents divorced when she was two and her mother moved to Timmins, Ontario , with her daughters.

Jerry adopted the girls and legally changed their surname to Twain. Because of Twain's connection to Jerry, the media have incorrectly reported that she is of Ojibwe descent.

My father Jerry went out of his way to raise three daughters that weren't even his. For me to acknowledge another man as my father, a man who was never there for me as a father, who wasn't the one who struggled everyday to put food on our table, would have hurt him terribly.

We were a family. Step-father, step-brothers, we never used that vocabulary in our home. To have referred to him as my step-father would have been the worst slap across the face to him.

Shania currently holds a status card and is on the official band membership list of the Temagami First Nation.

In , the singer was offered a recording contract in Nashville and applied for immigration status into the United States. At that time, by virtue of her stepfather Jerry Twain being a full-blooded Ojibwe and the rights guaranteed to Native Americans in the Jay Treaty , Shania became legally registered as having 50 percent Native American blood.

Twain has said that as a child she was told by her mother that her biological father was part Cree, a claim his family denies.

Twain has said she had a difficult childhood. Her parents earned little money, and food was often scarce in their household. Twain did not confide her situation to school authorities, fearing they might break up the family.

Her mother and stepfather's marriage was stormy at times, and from a young age she witnessed violence between them. Her mother also struggled with bouts of depression.

Although she expressed a dislike for singing in those bars, Twain believes that this was her own kind of performing-arts school on the road.

There were moments when I thought, 'I hate this. But I loved the music and so I survived. While attending Timmins High and Vocational School , she was also the singer for a local band called Longshot, which covered Top 40 music.

Although the work was demanding and the pay low, Twain said, "I loved the feeling of being stranded. I'm not afraid of being in my own environment, being physical, working hard.

I was very strong, I walked miles and miles every day and carried heavy loads of trees. You can't shampoo, use soap or deodorant, or makeup, nothing with any scent; you have to bathe and rinse your clothes in the lake.

It was a very rugged existence, but I was very creative and I would sit alone in the forest with my dog and a guitar and would just write songs.

Twain graduated from Timmins High in June eager to expand her musical horizons. She has the necessary drive, ambition and positive attitude to achieve her goals".

She became acquainted with regional country singer Mary Bailey who had had some country chart success in Bailey had seen Twain perform in Sudbury , Ontario, saying "I saw this little girl up on stage with a guitar and it absolutely blew me away.

Her voice reminded me of Tanya Tucker , it had strength and character, a lot of feeling. She's a star, she deserves an opportunity.

This is from a person who's lived sixty years". Bailey acquired the contract from Stan Campbell and Twain moved into Bailey's home on Kenogami Lake where she practised her music every day for hours.

In the fall of , Bailey took Twain down to Nashville to stay with a friend, record producer Tony Migliore, who at the time was producing an album for fellow Canadian singer Kelita Haverland and Twain was featured on the backing vocals to the song Too Hot to Handle.

She also recorded "demo" songs with Cyril Rawson but those efforts were unsuccessful, partly due to Twain's wish to become a rock singer, not a country artist.

After five months she returned to Canada and moved in with Bailey in a flat in downtown Kirkland Lake , not far from Kenogami. Bell recognized Twain's ability as well as her looks and the two began secretly dating.

Her performance received little acclaim, but it convinced Bell, who hated pop music, that Twain should stay well away from it and concentrate on country music.

On November 1, , Twain's mother and stepfather died in a car accident approximately 50 kilometres north of Wawa, Ontario. Several years later, when Twain's siblings moved out on their own, she assembled a demo tape of her songs and her Huntsville manager set up a showcase for her to present her material to record executives.

She caught the attention of a few labels, including Mercury Nashville Records , who signed her within a few months. There is no mispronounced or misheard phrase in either Ojibwe or Cree that comes close to meaning 'on my way.

It is therefore possible that someone with an imperfect knowledge of the Ojibwe language created Shania with the incorrect idea it would mean "she's on the way".

Twain's self-titled debut album was released on April 20, in North America and garnered her audiences outside Canada.

Shortly before its release, she sang backing vocals for other Mercury artists, including on Jeff Chance 's album Walk Softly on the Bridges [46] and Sammy Kershaw 's album Haunted Heart The album failed to sell significant copies upon release, but Twain's future success generated enough interest for the album to be certified platinum in by the RIAA , denoting sales of over 1 million copies.

When rock producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange heard Twain's original songs and singing from her debut album, he offered to produce and write songs with her.

After many telephone conversations, they met at Nashville's Fan Fair in June Twain and Lange became very close within just weeks, culminating in their wedding on December 28, Lange and Twain either wrote or co-wrote the songs that would form her second studio album, The Woman in Me.

The Woman in Me was released on February 7, Of the 12 tracks on the album, 8 were released as singles. This was followed by her first Country Top 10 and No.

Twain had further hits from the album, including the title track which peaked at No. Mercury Nashville's promotion of the album was based largely upon a series of music videos, which every single off the album had.

In , Twain released her follow-up album, Come On Over. It established her as a successful crossover singer. Of the 16 tracks on the album, 12 were released as singles.

With the release of third single, " You're Still the One ", sales skyrocketed. The album peaked at No.

It is also the ninth highest-selling album by any type of artist in the US [50] and the top selling country album in history.

In , following the pop release of "You're Still the One", the Come On Over album was released in a remixed format for the European market as a pop album with less country instrumentation, and actually gave her the big breakthrough in Europe she and her producer husband Robert John "Mutt" Lange were looking for.

Come On Over went to No. Additionally, "You've Got a Way" was remixed specifically for inclusion on the Notting Hill soundtrack. Subsequently, a reissue of the international version of the album was released worldwide, including the US and Europe, containing three of these new remixes.

Additionally, the album set the record for the longest ever stay in the Top 20 of the Billboard , remaining in the Top 20 for 99 weeks. In , Twain launched her first major concert tour, aided by her manager Jon Landau , a veteran of many large-scale tours with Bruce Springsteen.

In , Twain was initially scheduled to release a Christmas album, but plans to release one were cancelled later in the year.

The album includes 16 tracks recorded in the late s before Twain signed her record deal with Mercury. On January 26, , Twain performed at the Super Bowl halftime show.

About a year later, Twain kicked off the Up! Tour in Hamilton , Ontario, Canada on September 25, It remained at the top of the charts for five weeks.

Twain's crossover appeal in the country, pop and dance genres, led Up! In Germany, Up! The international music disc was remixed with Indian-style orchestral and percussion parts recorded in Mumbai , India.

They were originally invited to contribute parts to the pop version of "I'm Gonna Getcha Good! Twain's popularity in UK was reflected by numerous appearances on the long-running music show Top of the Pops , performing singles from Come On Over from In an entire special show was dedicated to her on sister show TOTP2 , in which Twain herself introduced some past performances of her greatest hits and new singles from Up!

During the show, she performed " Up! Eight of the tracks were released as singles in various markets. The first single from the album, " I'm Gonna Getcha Good!

It was a much bigger hit on the other side of the Atlantic, released in a pop version, the single hit 4 in the UK. In Australia , Germany and France , the song reached the Top 15 in each case.

The follow-up single was the title track, which reached the Top 15 in the US country charts but only reached 63 on the pop charts.

The second European single, and third single overall, became the mid-tempo song " Ka-Ching! The song eventually became another smash hit in the important European markets, reaching 1 in Germany and Austria and other European countries, the UK Top 10 and the Top 15 in France.

The fourth single from the album would be the most successful in the US, the romantic ballad " Forever and for Always ". It was released in April and peaked at 4 on the country chart, 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart and 20 on the Billboard Hot The other four singles from the album were " Thank You Baby!

All eight singles had accompanying music videos. The title track "Up! By January , Up! In , she released the Greatest Hits album, with three new tracks.

As of , it had sold over 4. The follow-up singles, " Don't! The former made Top 20 on Adult Contemporary, while the latter did not gain enough airplay to reach the Country Top In August , she released the single " Shoes " from the Desperate Housewives soundtrack.

In June , Twain released a letter to her fans explaining the delays in the release of her next album, noting she had gone through personal pains and was focusing on raising her son Eja.

In May , Twain confirmed in an interview that she would release her first new single in six years, " Today Is Your Day ", after the finale of Why Not?

The last episode of "Why Not? In July , Twain announced on Facebook that she was working on her album over the summer during a break from Still the One.

In the interview, Twain said that a new album was coming, but she said that she was still in the process of finding the right producer. In a series of interviews leading up to her Calgary Stampede shows, Twain said she hoped to tour in and that it would lead to the release of a new album.

On March 4, , Twain announced on Good Morning America she would be going on tour for the first time in 11 years, and would begin June 5 in Seattle , Washington and end on October 11 in Toronto, Ontario.

Twain also announced this would be her last tour before her fifth studio album, which she intends to release while she is On August 24, , Twain stated: "First, I have to finish my new album this winter.

Six tracks are already completed. I've written 38 songs in total, and now the process is underway to narrow that down to another six or eight to finish recording".

That same month, it was announced by several sources, that even though her current Rock This Country Tour is her final time touring, she is possibly planning on extending the tour overseas because the Rock This Country tour was only based in the United States and Canada.

Twain also mentioned, possibly returning to Las Vegas with a new residency show for possibly late or The new show would end up featuring music from her long-awaited new album as well as her hits.

In October , Twain confirmed to Rolling Stone that she had new music coming "really soon. Twain headlined the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, California, where she previewed her new music for the first time.

Twain's mainstream pop acceptance was further helped by her appearance in the first edition of the VH1 Divas concert where she sang alongside Mariah Carey , Celine Dion , Gloria Estefan , Carole King and Aretha Franklin , and also by VH1 's heavily aired Behind the Music , which concentrated on the tragic aspects of her early life as well as her physical attractiveness and Nashville's early resistance to her bare-midriff music videos.

Twain appeared as herself in the feature film I Heart Huckabees. On November 12, , Twain made her first television appearance since her split from Lange, where she appeared as a surprise presenter at the 42nd CMA Awards.

In , Twain served as a guest judge on American Idol , for the show's August 30 and 31 episodes. The show debuted on May 8, on OWN. On October 23, , Twain appeared as a guest judge on the 25th season of Dancing with the Stars during the show's "Movie Night", and also performed her song "Soldier".

The tribute episode aired June 21, In January , Twain joined Scentstories by Febreze to create a limited edition scent disc with the proceeds going to America's Second Harvest.

In late , Twain partnered with Coty to produce her namesake fragrance "Shania" by Stetson. A second fragrance was released in September , called "Shania Starlight".

On January 1, , Twain carried the Olympic Torch through her hometown as part of the Winter Olympics torch relay. Twain is a vegetarian [] [] and a devotee of Sant Mat , an Eastern spiritual philosophy.

Twain met producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange after he heard her original songs and singing from her debut album; he then offered to produce and write songs with her.

They first met at Nashville's Fan Fair in June and quickly became close. They were married on December 28, and had a son, Eja pronounced "Asia" , in August She created Shania Kids Can in , to address the needs of young school children who are typically overlooked by social assistance programs.

Twain is a long-time resident of Corseaux , Switzerland, [] where her son was born. In addition to her various awards for her singles and albums, Twain has received a number of personal honours:.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Canadian singer and songwriter. For the given name, see Shania given name. Windsor, Ontario , Canada.

Robert John "Mutt" Lange. Country country pop country rock pop. Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Shania Twain.

Main article: Shania Twain discography. I'm Eilleen Twain. And Shania is part of who I am. Oxford Music Online. United Press International.

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  1. Daira

    Sie sind nicht recht. Ich kann die Position verteidigen. Schreiben Sie mir in PM.

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