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Shania Twain to return with Las Vegas residency
Shania Twain is set to return to the music world with a two-year residency in Las Vegas.
Twain, famed for her skills on the acoustic guitar, will return to the stage at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in December 2012, seven years after her last live concert performance.
The show will be called Shania: Still The One, a reference to one of her enduring songs.
In a statement, the internationally-renowned star said that she felt like she was on top of the world again.
The country music star added: "Honestly, I feel like I climbed a giant mountain. My whole career has been in competition. I’m not counting or anything, it takes too much energy. I’m just gonna get out there and do what I do."
It is unknown if Twain is working on new music. Her last album Up! came out nearly ten-years ago.
Shania Twain's third album Come on Over was released in 1997. It has sold over 11 million copies to date and featured the hugely popular Man! I Feel Like A Woman single, which signalled her crossover from country into mainstream music.
Posted on 9 Jun 2011 16:09 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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