Shania Twain Announces Her First Nashville Show In 5 Years: “It’s Been Too Long”

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Louie Banks

Shania Twain has 2022 feelin’ like the ’90s again.

With all the recent headlines surrounding Shania news, it seems that our girl is back and ready to take country music by storm again, and I couldn’t be more excited.

In addition to her recent single release, “Waking Up Dreaming,” her Netflix Documentary, and the completion of her Vegas Residency, Shania had fans speculating about what all could be next for her, and it seems imminent that a tour will be part of that.

In a social media post earlier today, she announced a Nashville-based show in GEODIS Park:

“Soooo maybe I got a little over excited and leaked my own Nashville announcement. It’s been too long… five years almost… I’m going out to-Nashville, I’m feelin’ alright, gonna let it all hang out!!”

Shania will be the first concert to take place at GEODIS, and she is bringing Kelsea Ballerini and Breland along for the ride.

Kelsea stunned at the ACMs with an honorary of Shania’s hit, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” even wearing portions of Shania’s original concert.

She also stated that Shania’s music had always been an inspiration in her own love of music.

Shania opened up about her long pause from the entertainment industry revealing severe complications from contracting Lyme disease, a complex and tumultuous divorce from first husband and “Still The One” focal point, Robert Lange.

If that isn’t enough to juggle, Shania also dealt with a bout of dysphonia that impacted her vocal cords and underwent several surgeries to try and regain her original vocal range.

Will that much adversity, it’s nice to see Shania back to her roots writing and producing new music.

The Nashville event is slated to take place next summer on June 7th, but tickets for the event go on sale this Friday, October 28th. Shania has reportedly been focusing on tons of new music since the original 2020 COVID lockdowns. That, combined with her hiatus from the live stage makes me suspect that this Nashville show will be one for the books.

And for all of us keeping our fingers crossed for a more expansive tour, in the words of Shania herself, I think it can only go up from here.

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