Shania Twain

Shania Twain

July 30, 2020
by Kerry Doole

Choir! Choir! Choir!, Rufus Wainwright and 1,500 singers create an epic video (pictured), Sarah Harmer boosts Care Not Profits campaign, and Drake sets a monumental new record. Also in the news are Barenaked Ladies, Rough Trade, CES, Wavelength 800, Scott Helman, Tory Lanez, SaskMusic, Jesse Wente, Selci, DJ Agile, Create Music Group, Sarah Slean, CityFolk, Shania Twain, Jenny Mitchell, OKAN, Justin Bieber, Duo Concertante, and farewell Denise Johnson.

Shania Twain  Facebook photo
April 20, 2020
by FYI Staff

An elite list of country stars, including Shania Twain (pictured), come together for a five-night broadcast event to raise money for Food Banks Canada and the Unison Benevolent Fund.

Rose Cousins
March 16, 2020
by FYI Staff

COVID-19 concerns are wreaking havoc, Rose Cousins (pictured) dances solo, and Shania’s fashion sense. Also in the headlines are Caribou, a famed console, Diego Gomes, Lucian Grainge, Orchid Ensemble, Apple Music, BPI, Blondie, and Mick Jagger.

 Jocelyn Morlock  Photo: Artslandia
February 3, 2020
by Kerry Doole

Canadian composer Jocelyn Morlock (pictured) creates an inspirational piece, Kevin Hearn probes an art fraud, and Vegas loves Shania. Others in the headlines include Destroyer, Neil Young, Ben Caplan, Juno noms, a streaming revolt, the Grateful Dead, Boston Symphony, Huey Lewis, MIA, Finneas O'Connell, Andy Gill, and Elon Musk.

Choir! Choir! Choir! with Rick Astley
November 27, 2019
by FYI Staff

Choir! Choir! Choir! (pictured with Rick Astley) is a feel good sensation, John Mann is remembered, and Shania slams ageist country stations. Also in the headlines are Celine, Keith Urban, Hipgnosis, Bruce Cockburn, Drake, Harris Institute, Viagogo, Billboard, audiobooks, Andrea Bocelli, the AMAs, and Eric Clapton.

Tay and Shania at last night's AMAs. Pic: Shania Twain, Instagram
November 25, 2019
by FYI Staff

Shania and Taylor (pictured) shine at the AMAs, Michael Wekerle promises the Elmo is getting close, and a confession from David Foster. Also making news are BTS, Bill Wylie, Drake, Gordon Lightfoot, Anyway Gang, Alex Pangman, a McGarrigle tribute, Patrick Harbron, Steven Guilbeault, Saskatchewan Music Awards, Miranda Mulholland, George Seara,  Sheenah Ko, Manitoba Music, MusicNL Awards, and farewell Gerry Atwell and Goo Hara.

Measha Brueggergosman
June 19, 2019
by Nick Krewen

A world class opera singer awaits emergency surgery that pre-empts her returning home to attend her father's funeral; Drake revives OVOfest for 2019, the Wolfe Island Fest announces its lineup, The Toronto Blues Society reveal their finalists  and the Arkells extend their Rally Cry tour dates to cover Halifax and Ontario are among the items for today.

 

 

Ensign Broderick
November 26, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Jason Sniderman is reinvented as Ensign Broderick (pictured), Shania hints at a song for Celine and Michael Bublé's new outlook on life. Also in the headlines are Petra Glynt, the El Mocambo, Royal Tusk, A&B Sound, Jeff Goldblum, SonReal, Kirk MacDonald, Eliana Cuevas, K-Tel, clown rock, vinyl, wearable tech, Clean Bandit, Mariah Carey, Aretha, and Alanis Morissette.

Shania Twain official website photo
November 19, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Gordon Lightfoot turns 80, a look inside CBC's music vault, and candid confessions from Shania (pictured). Also in the headlines are the Sask Music Awards, an Ottawa tornado benefit, Rick Worrall, Echlo, David Jay, Arkells, YouTube, T-series, meta-trends, Elton John, The Kinks. Mighty Sparrow, Elvis Costello, Mumford and Sons, and Paul Kelly.

Shania dazzles on the red carpet in Hamilton last night - Facebook
September 10, 2018
by Kerry Doole

The pride of Timmins scored four trophies in Hamilton on Sunday, while her female peers outshone the guys on the biggest night in Canadian country music.

Alessia Cara
September 5, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Alessia Cara (pictured) will honour Shania at this year's Canadian Country Music Awards show that takes place in Hamilton this coming Sunday.

August 24, 2018
by FYI Staff

With total international sales of 47 million, Michael Jackson's blockbuster is placed at No. 1 in a new survey. Three Canadian female artists make the Top 25, led by Shania Twain at No, 4, with Come On Over.