welcome to perspective Shania Twain Biography, who is a Singer, Songwriter, and Performer. born on August 28, 1965.
She was born in Canada. But grew up in the small town of Timmins located in Ontario.
Shania Twain went to Timminis High and Vocal School, and sang for a local band called Longshot.
She got an opportunity to perform on the Tommy Hunter Show, aired on CBC television when she was just 13.
Shania Twain Early Life
In 1987, her parents got killed in an automobile accident leaving the 21 year old to take care of her younger siblings.
After her siblings grew up and moved away, she could finally focus on building her career. She recorded a demo tape and sent them to record executives. Mercury Nashville Records recognized her potential and signed a contract with her.
Shania Twain Career In Nashville
She started singing at the age of 3, playing the guitar at 8 and penning her own songs at 10. With her mother’s encouragement, Twain grew up singing in clubs and at community events, with occasional forays into television and radio.
she started writing songs at age of 10. Her second album, The Woman in Me (1995), was a big success, then Come on Over (1997) went on to sell 40 million records, making it the bestselling album by a female artist, as well as the top country music record. After separating from her husband in 2008, the five-time Grammy winner stepped out of the spotlight, but she returned to perform a series of shows in Las Vegas from 2012 to 2014.
Her new label may have liked Twain’s music, but they didn’t care for the name Eilleen Twain. As Twain wanted to keep her last name to honor her adoptive father, she opted to change her first name instead, to Shania, an Ojibwe word that means “I’m on my way.”
In 1999, “You’re Still The One” earned Twain two Grammys, one for Best Country Song and another for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. The song also reached No. 1 on Billboard’s country charts. The next year, Twain took home another two Grammys when “Come On Over” was named Best Country Song and “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” won for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Shania Twain Best Friend / P Life
Shania Twain personal life was really complicated. In 2001 Twain gave birth to a son, Eja D’Angelo Lange. Twain also struck up a friendship with Marie-Anne Thiébaud, who worked as an assistant for the couple.
In 2008, Twain and Lange separated, with Twain devastated to have discovered that her husband was having an affair with Thiébaud. Twain and Lange’s divorce was finalized two years later.
The separation and divorce were extremely difficult for Twain. Not only had her marriage ended, but she’d lost someone who had helped guide her career. Around this time, Twain began experiencing dysphonia, a tightening of the vocal muscles that made it difficult for her to sing.
However, there was one person who could understand what Twain was experiencing—Frédéric Thiébaud, Marie-Anne’s ex-husband. Twain and Frederic grew closer, and the two wed on New Year’s Day in 2011.
Shania Twain Awards
She has won five Grammy Awards, including
- Best Country Album (1996) for ‘The Woman in me’
- Best Country Song (2000) for ‘Come on Over’.
- She was presented the American Music Awards (AMA’s) for Favorite New Country Artist in 1996, and
- went on to win four more AMA’s over her career.
Shania Twain Networth
Shania Twain Net Worth: $400 Million
Shania Twain is a Canadian singer and songwriter. with Approximated Net Worth of $450 million dollars.