Shania Twain, Eilleen Regina Edwards in real life, was born on August 28, 1965 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Her screen name, Shania, was said to be coined form an Ojibwa term which is defined as "on my way."
Twain was able to release five albums as of now. For her first album, a self-titled album, she had two great singles, the songs What Made You Say That and Dance with the One that Brought You. The release of her album wasn't that much of a success, since she only sold no more than 250,000 copies.
She tried her luck and made a second album, The Woman in Me, two years after her not so successful debut. It was way more than better the first one since it already sold more than 12 million copies as of now. She was also able to gain awards for it such as a Grammy Award for Best Country Album, and Album of the Year and Best New Female Vocalist awards from the Academy of Country Music. It was definitely the start of her blooming career in the music industry.
Info text last edited 2007-09-22
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