Is Shania Twain ready to rock her country on tour again?
The country legend may have wrapped her once-billed farewell Rock This Country Tour in 2015, but she tells The Press-Enterprise more touring could be in her future.
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“I really loved being on tour and had the best time and it kind of ended too soon,” Shania says. “I think as [my son] gets older, I will pick up where I left off and carry on and do more at some point,” she added.
She changed her mind about her tour retirement after feeling “so energized by the [Rock This Country] tour and by the fans.”
“I felt like at that time maybe that was all I had left in me,” she says. “For the first time in my career, I really felt like it was easier and the fans really gave me more than ever before for some reason.”
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Shania will perform new music during her April 29th set at Stagecoach, her first concert appearance since her tour wrapped.
No official word just yet when fans can expect that new Shania music to drop.
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