Twain goes for "Now"
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
– Shania Twain revealed today that she would release her first album in 15 years in late September.
"Shania Now" is coming out Sept. 29 on Mercury Nashville. This marks the singer's first album since "Up" in 2003. Twin also revealed the cover art for the disc.
Twain also will release a new single on Thursday morning, "Life's About to Get Good." BBC Radio 2 will have the world premiere of the song on Thursday morning.
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