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Shania Twain
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Shania Twain
Shania Twain
Shania Twain
Shania Twain
Shania Twain
Shania Twain
Shania Twain
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That Dont Impress Me Much Girl-Loved her "Attitude"

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  1. Great Canadian Historical Figure
  2. Eilleen Regina Edwards
  3. Born August 28, 1965, In Windsor, Ontario. She was raised in Timmins, Ontario.
  4. She was raised by her step-father at the age of 2. Her step-father was an Ojibwa First Nation Indian. She was the second oldest of five children and was raised with very little money, even peanut butter would be a luxury. Her mother Sharon would encourage Eilleen singing. Eilleen would sing in clubs with her parents beside her which would give them much needed cash.
  5. When Eilleen was 21 she worked in Toronto as a secretary and sang at local clubs. In November, 1987 tragedy struck her family. Her parents died in a head on collision and she moved back to Timmins to take care of her siblings. She moved her sibling from Timmins to Huntsville. She there started to work as a carbaret singer in Deerhurst Resort. That is where she got her first break.
  6. “ I wanted to learn how to write songs like her; I felt the music that she wrote. She's such an emotional singer.” Shania Twain told Oprah about her childhood hero.
  7. In 1991 she changed her name from Eilleen to Shania. She took the name from one of her friends as well as it is an Objiway name meaning I am on my way.. She was now known as Shania Twain
  8. She released her debut album in 1993.
  9. In 1993 Robert “Mutt” Lange told Shania he would produce and write songs with her. After many conversations they finally meet in June at the Nashville Fan Fair.
  10. They married in December 28, 1993.
  11. November 18, 2005 Shania received the order of Canada. In 2003 She was inducted to The Canada’s Hall of Fame. “ This is Canadian not a music award” Shania said after she received the order of Canada.
  12. Shania is suppose to be inducted to The Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007.
  13. Since 1998, Shania has supported Breakfast for Learning and child nutrition across Canada. Her first contribution was all the proceeds from her song God Bless This Child would go to child nutrition and BFL. Shania still supports these two organizations. She also donates some of the proceeds from every concert to organizations that feed hungry children.
  14. Her first world concert tour was in 1998 after her after releasing her album Come on Over. Every city that she performs in Shania has a child (they auditioned) sing on stage with her. They sing the song What made you say that? And the reason “it’s the first song I recorded and the one that gave me my break.”
  15. Shania took time off in 1999. She stayed in her home in Switzerland. She said in many interviews she liked Switzerland because it reminded her of Canada and the people wouldn’t treat her like a star. She would get privacy. She had a boy in 2001 and named him Eja
  16. She returned at the end of 2002. Her Album Up was 2 cd’s one a country version the other a pop version. Her tour Up was the top grossing tour of 2004. World Disc Pop Mix Country Mix
  17. Some of the Awards she received are:
  18. ABC Radio Networks Country Music Awards Female Video Artist of the Year, "The Woman In Me" (1995) AOL Online Music Awards Hottest Country Video, "Any Man Of Mine" (1996) Academy of Country Music Awards Album of the Year, "The Woman In Me" (1996) Top New Female Vocalist (1996) World Class Sales Award (1999) Entertainer of the Year (2000) American Music Awards Favourite New Country Artist (1995) Favourite Female Country Artist (1995) Favourite Female Country Artist (1996) Favourite Female Country Artist (1997) Favourite Female Country Artist (1998) Favourite Pop/Rock Female Artist (2000) Favourite Female Country Artist (2000) Big Country Music Awards Female Vocalist Of The Year (1999) Best Canadian Country Artist (1999) Billboard Music Awards Country Album of the Year, "The Woman In Me" (1996) Favourite Female Artist (1998) Hot 100 Single, "You're Still The One" (1998) Top Selling Female Country Artist (1998) Best Country Clip, "You're Still The One" (1998) (Music Video Awards) Best Country Album, "UP!" (2003) Best Country Albums Artist (2003) Best Country Artist (2003
  19. Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favourite New Country Artist (1996) Favourite Country Artist (1999) Favourite Single, "You're Still The One" (1999) Favourite Overall Single, "You're Still The One" (1999) Favourite Female Country Artist (2000) BMI Pop Awards One of the Most Played Songs of the Year, "Any Man Of Mine" (1995) One of the Most Played Songs of the Year, "I'm Outta Here" (1995) Favorite New Country Artist (1996) Song of the Year, "You're Still The One" (1998) Favorite Single, "You're Still The One" (1998) Favorite Female Country Artist (1998) Pop Song of the Year, "You're Still The One" (1999) Country Song of the Year, "You're Still The One" (1999) One of the Most Played Pop Songs of the Year, "From This Moment On" (1999) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "From This Moment On" (1999) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "You're Still The One" (1999) One of The Most Played Pop Songs of the Year, "You're Still The One" (1999) One of the Most Played Pop Songs of the Year, "Love Gets Me Every Time" (1999) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "Don't Be Stupid" (1999) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "Honey, I'm Home" (1999) Pop Songwriter of the Year (1999) Country Songwriter of the Year (1999) One of the Most Played Pop Songs of the Year, "From This Moment On" (2000) One of the Most Played Pop Songs of the Year, "You're Still The One" (2000) One of the Most Played Pop Songs of the Year, "Man I Feel Like A Woman" (2000) One of the Most Played Pop Songs of the Year, "That Dont Impress Me Much" (2000) One of the Most Played Pop Songs of the Year, "You've Got A Way" (2000) Pop Songwriter of the Year (2000) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "Man I Feel Like A Woman" (2000) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "That Dont Impress Me Much" (2000) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "Come On Over" (2000) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "You've Got A Way" (2001) One of the Most Played Country Songs of the Year, "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" (2003) Canadian Country Music Awards Female Vocalist of the Year (1995) Album of the Year, "The Woman In Me" (1995) Single of the Year, "Any Man of Mine" (1995) Video of the Year, "Any Man of Mine" (1995) SOCAN Song of the Year, "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" (1996) Female Vocalist of the Year (1996) Video of the Year, "I'm Outta Here" (1996) NCN Fans' Choice Entertainer Of The Year (1996) Top Selling Album, "The Woman In Me" (1997) Special Achievement Award, "The Woman In Me" (1997) Fans Choice Award (1998) Female Vocalist of the Year (1998) Single of the Year, "You're Still The One" (1998) Album of the Year, "Come On Over" (1998) Video of the Year, "Don't Be Stupid" (1998) Top Selling Album, "Come On Over" (1998) Female Vocalist of the Year (1999) Vocal Collaboration of the Year, "From This Moment On" with Bryan White (1999) CMT Maple Leaf Food's Fans Choice Award (1999) Video of the Year, "That Don't Impress Me Much" (1999) Album of the Year, "UP!" (2003) Top Selling Album of the Year, "UP!" (2003) Video of the Year, "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" (2003) Female Artist of the Year (2003)
  20. Comet Awards (Germany) Best International Act (2003) Country Music Association Awards Entertainer of the Year (1999) International Achievement Award (1999) Country Music Television CMT Europe - Rising Star (1993) Video, "Any Man of Mine" (1996) Female Artist of the Year (1996) Female Video Artist (1998) CMT Latin and Pacific - Female Video Artist (1999) CMT Latin - Video of the Year, "You're Still The One" (1999) Female Artist Of The Year (1999) Flameworthy Concept Video of the Year, "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" (2003) Edison Awards (Holland) Best International Artist (2000) Grammy Awards Best Country Album, "The Woman In Me" (1996) Best Country Song, "You're Still The One" (1999) Best Female Country Vocal Performance, "You're Still The One" (1999) Best Female Country Vocal Performance, "Man! I Feel Like A Woman" (2000) Best Country Song, "Come On Over" (2000) Great British Country Music Awards International Rising Star (1996) Jukebox Awards Country Single of the Year, "Any Man Of Mine" (1996) Songwriter of the Year (1996) Juno Awards Country Female Vocalist (1996) Entertainer of the Year (1996) Country Female Vocalist (1997) Juno International Achievement Award (1997) Female Country Artist of the Year (1998) Country Female Vocalist (1999) Favourite Female Country Artist (2000) Songwriter of the Year (2000) Artist Of The Year (2003) Country Recording, "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" (2003) Fan's Choice (2003) M6 Awards (France) Best International Female Artist (2000) Modern Screen Magazine Favourite Female Vocalist (1999) Much Music Video Awards MuchMoreMusic Artist of the Year (1999) MuchMoreMusic Artist of the Year (2000) MuchMoreMusic Artist of the Year (2003)
  21. The town Shania Twain grew up in dedicated a Center called the Shania Twain Center which was opened in June 30, 2001.
  22. Shania Twain wrote a letter when she couldn’t attend the opening in Timmins she tries to be considerate of her fans and her home town.
  23. Near the center is also a street named after her.
  24. She has never forgotten her roots and is proud to share it with the world. She also is into helping feed children before going to school. In many interviews she will speak of Canada very highly. She states that she loves Canada and frequently comes to visit. She lives her life how she thinks she should live it.
  25. Shania Twain is a truly Canadian historical figure because she represents Canada well.

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