Shania Twain was in Nashville on Tuesday night (June 27) to present her new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame to Industry insiders and media. With more than 90 million albums sold worldwide, Shania remains the top-selling female country artist of all time.
The exhibit, which features guitars, iconic outfits, magazine covers and more, opens Friday (June 30) and will run through July of 2018.
In remarks she made to the crowd gathered for this event, Shania talked about missing her fans during the 15 years she’s been relatively out of the spotlight. “What I longed for a lot was just getting reacquainted, reunited I guess is a better word, with my largest group of supporters, the fans,” says Shania. “And I realized how much I missed them and I…in speeding past the 90’s and all of the craziness of that, which was beautifully crazy but I never got to enjoy the moment and I was just racing on to the next thing, racing on to the future, and I didn’t really appreciate the fans the way I do now. Now when I’m in concert I see them as a lifeline and as people that I understand and the people that I write the music for.”
Shania is back with a new single, “Life’s About to Get Good,” which is the first release from her new album, NOW, due September 29th.