The Queen of Country Pop is going back to Nashville. Shania Twain will get her own exhibit series at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Following the announcement of Jason Aldean on Monday, the Country Music Hall of Fame added Twain to its list of 50th Anniversary exhibits. Twain's career retrospective exhibit will open on June 26, a month after Aldean's opens.
Be that as it may, Twain's exhibit will be similar in scope to Aldean's, with a particular focus on Twain's stellar 1997. Twain's album Come On Over released in 1997, and is still the best-selling album by a female artist in history.
The album sold a whopping 20 million copies worldwide. Could you imagine that happening nowadays? I definitely couldn't.
Twain retired from performing in 2004, citing the physical toll on her voice. All in all, it was less a retirement and more a hiatus. Twain made her triumphant return to the stage in 2015 at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. Following her successful Vegas residency, she took to the road on the Rock This Country tour with massive success.
So much success, in fact, that Twain has a new record set for release sometime this Spring or early Summer. It's almost as if Shania Twain and the Hall of Fame coordinated the dates on purpose! As a matter of fact, they probably did.