Shania Twain Is Getting the Vinyl Treatment
Prefer your country music spinning? You're in luck — Shania Twain's full catalog will be available in vinyl form for the first time ever beginning Friday (Oct. 14).
Twain's vinyl display will include the singer's 1993 debut Shania Twain, The Woman in Me, Come On Over and UP!. As with its original release, UP! will include both the country and pop versions of the album. The entire collection will be available at record stores and anywhere vinyl albums are sold, a press release confirms.
The news comes following the announcement that Twain will be recognized by CMT with their Artist of a Lifetime Award for her impact in country music in the '90s. Twain will be recognized at the upcoming CMT Artists of the Year event at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Center on Oct. 20. This marks the first time a female will be recognized with the award. Twain follows previous recipients Kenny Rogers and Merle Haggard.
Twain is reportedly back in the studio, too. In August, she shared a photo of herself in the studio via Twitter. “On a roll…” she captioned a photo, which showed her seated at a piano with a guitar in hand and microphone in front of her.
The album she's said to be working on has been in the works for several years. In an interview with USA Today last year, she promised that her new music will be a departure from the Twain fans know and love.
“It’s so entirely different,” she told the publication. “It’s better for me to say it right now. That songwriting is just so different.”
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