Happy Birthday, Shania Twain! Celebrate The Country-Pop Queen with This 1999 Concert

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Happy Birthday, Shania Twain! Celebrate The Country-Pop Queen with This 1999 Concert

Back in the days of yore, before country radio stopped playing songs by women, there was a Canadian hitmaker by the name of Shania Twain. But she hasn’t disappeared—in fact, she has plans to post up in Las Vegas for a six-month residency at the Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood beginning in December. Despite struggling to chart her 2017 comeback album Now in those murky waters of country radio, Twain remains one of the genre’s biggest superstars.

The singer turns 54 today (Aug. 28) so why not celebrate with some of her biggest and best songs? On Nov. 14, 1999, Twain played a whopper-of-a-concert at Texas Stadium just west of Dallas. She performs a cut from her breakout album The Woman In Me (“Any Man of Mine”) but the real action begins when Twain cracks open the Americana-pop of her hit-packed Come On Over. The set includes all your favorites: “You’re Still The One,” “Rock This Country!”, “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” and “That Don’t Impress Me Much.” But unlike the “Brad Pitts” and “rock scientists” who populate the latter tune, this show is quite impressive.

Listen to Shania Twain’s 1999 show below via the Paste vault.