Shania Twain, inakalang hindi na makaka-kanta pa after ng open-throat surgery

PHOTOS: @shaniatwain on IG

PHOTOS: @shaniatwain on IG

The Queen of Country Pop returns to Las Vegas!

Ang tinaguriang top-selling female country artist of all-time na si Shania Twain ay magsisimula ng kanyang bagong Las Vegas residency na Let's Go! in December 2019 sa Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

Ang five-time Grammy winner ang nagpasikat ng mga songs na "You're Still The One", "That Don't Impress Me Much", "From This Moment On", "Any Man of Mine" and "Man! I Feel Like A Woman". Her studio album Come On Over released in 1997 sold over 40 million copies worldwide.

Ito ang second Las Vegas residency ni Shania. Una siyang nag-perform sa Colosseum at Cesar's Palace via Shania: Still The One mula 2012 hanggang 2014. 

"Everybody knows that Vegas is awesome and it's only getting better.

"Not everybody gets invited to do a residency and certainly not a long-term residency. It's one thing to go and do six shows or something like that, but when you're in a long-term residency, it's a commitment. A really big commitment.

"It will be like a giant nightclub. I'm actually going to put a dance floor on the stage so there'll be some fun audience participation.

"And also, it's just great for my voice to be able to be stabilized in an environment that I can control. And I really appreciate that these days with all my Lyme disease voice issues," masayang balita ni Shania.

Naging open na si Shania sa pakikipaglaban niya noon sa sakit na Lyme Disease and Disphonia noong 2004. 

Ito ang dahilan kung bakit bigla siyang nawala sa music scene for seven years.

"I had to have an operation that was very intense and it's an open-throat operation, very different from a vocal cord operation and I had to have two of them, so that was really, really, really tough and I survived that, meaning emotionally I survived, and am just ready to keep going."

Ayon pa sa 53-year old singer, ang pinaka-fear ng isang singer ay ang hindi na makakanta pa.

"When you're a singer and it's your voice, it is just a terrible, terrible feeling. It was a great, great loss, so I had to come to terms with losing the voice that I had and rediscovering my new one. 

"It’s been a long, a really rewarding, journey. What I've learned in the interim through therapy is how to manipulate my voice to get it to do what I want it to do or at least close enough that I don't want to give up, so I’m willing, you know, you just gotta be willing and give in to change and you have to accept that you don't always have to be the same and that's what I have to do, and I'm embracing that.”

After years na walang new song, noong 2017 ay nilabas na ni Shania ang single na “Life’s About to Get Good" na mula sa kanyang album na Now.
 

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