Throughout her nearly 40-year career, she has sold over one hundred million records making her the best-selling female country artist of all time, the best-selling female artist in any genre of all time, and simply one of the best selling music artists of all time.
And deservingly so, she is a part of this year’s inductee class for the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
The” Any Man Of Mine” co-writer is joined by other knock-out songwriters, Steve Wariner, Hilary Lindsey, Gary Nicholson, and David Malloy.
And for the first time, two inductees in the same class are women… in the words of Twain herself, let’s go girls.
Twain took to social media to share her gratitude.
“Thank you to Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame for this honor.
It feels really good to be among so many of my songwriting idols and for my own songwriting to be celebrated – ironically, I was at home in Switzerland writing when this was announced.”
It's been a while since a woman has been inducted into this, so it's pretty awesome to see not just me, but Hillary Lindsey included too ❤️
Twain also recently releases a documentary highlighting her best career moments and what it is like being a woman in the industry.
If there is anyone deserving of this accolade, it is Twain.
She has collected 5 Grammy Awards, a World Music Award, 27 BMI Songwriter Awards, stars on the Canada Walk of Fame and Hollywood Walk of Fame, and was previously inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
And she’s pretty much written everything she’s ever recorded. After all, it is a recognition for songwriters.