Remember When Shania Twain Released ‘The Woman in Me?’
1995: the year the internet took off, the year Clueless inspired every teenage girl to buy a plaid skirt, and…
Shania Twain; Photo via YouTube
1995: the year the internet took off, the year Clueless inspired every teenage girl to buy a plaid skirt, and most importantly, the year country legend, Shania Twain, released her The Woman in Me album.
27 years ago today, fans were introduced to hit songs, “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?,” “Any Man Of Mine,” and “You Win My Love.” With a total of four million copies sold by the end of the year, A Woman in Me was Shania’s biggest selling record at the time of its release.
Overall, the project featured 12 tracks and was produced by Twain’s then-husband, Robert John “Mutt” Lange.
“Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under”
In 2020, on the album’s 25th anniversary, Twain revealed that “this is really the album that started it all off for me… it was the first certified-Diamond album and 25 years later, I am still enjoying singing these songs every night.” She continued to share, “the album means a great deal to me. It’s been a very personal journey and I am very grateful for this album.”
While Twain, “cannot believe” how long it has been since the record – which was certified 12x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America – was released, she still adds songs from this album to her setlist for live shows.
“Any Man Of Mine”
Starting February 11th, fans can catch Shania Twain live at her “Let’s Go!” Las Vegas Residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood. The country music icon has dates planned through September 10.
Tickets are available for purchase HERE.