Shania Twain is marking 25 years since she released some of the most epic music of her career. The international superstar released her 1997 project, Come On Over, two and a half decades ago, she said on Friday (November 4) as she relived some of the album’s biggest milestones.
Come On Over became “the biggest-selling studio album by a female artist of all time, the best-selling country music album ever (and) the biggest-selling album by a Canadian country artist,” Twain reflected. “...Crazy. I couldn’t even imagine that in my wildest dreams!! Thank you - Actually I should probably do something to celebrate it, right?? 💎”
Twain’s 1997 album included “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!,” “You’re Still The One,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and other iconic songs. The anniversary of the late 1990s collection comes shortly after Twain announced the dawn of her next era... She's set to release her next studio album, Queen of Me, on February 3, and kick off the global “Queen Of Me Tour” in April 2023.
“Life is short and I want to be uplifted, colorful, unapologetic and empowered,” Twain said as she announced the new album and tour. “I want to carry a clear message, particularly as a woman, to always remember my power and I hope the songs are a reminder to you, of that same power inside you! …This one's gonna be a big party - no inhibitions, no conditions, let's get a little out of line!! I’ll be Queen Of Me – you be Queen of YOU! 👑”