When it comes to Vegas, Twain is still the one
Sunday, January 26, 2014
– Shania Twain will release a CD/DVD on her Las Vegas show in March.
Eagle Rock Entertainment will release "Shania: Still The One Live From Vegas" on DVD and Blu-ray on March 2. Virgin EMI will simultaneously release the CD version.
Twain wrapped up her successful two-year residency in Las Vegas in December 2014. Twain was at the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace for 105 performances.
Produced by Twain herself, Live from Vegas captures the full 'Shania: Still the One Live From Vegas' stage performance plus more than an hour of never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage tracking the conception, training, rehearsals, costumes and all decisions that went into the performance. The show features a 13-piece live band, dancers, trained horses and a flying motorcycle.
"This show has been my labor of love for over three years," said Twain. "It has meant so much to me and was such a privilege to live out my visions on that stage, and it is so exciting to now get to share the whole experience with the fans all over the world."
I'm Gonna Getcha Good!
You Win My Love
Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)
Good, Bad And Sexy (Interlude)
I Ain't No Quitter
No One Needs To Know
Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?
Any Man of Mine
Shania Style (Interlude)
That Don't Impress Me Much
Honey, I'm Home
(If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outta Here
Come On Over
Love Gets Me Every Time
Rock This Country!
Today Is Your Day
Black Horse, White Horse (Interlude)
You're Still The One
From This Moment On
Red Storm (Interlude)
Man! I Feel Like A Woman!
Rock This Country! [Bonus, Live From Calgary]
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