With her crossover appeal and dance-influenced country pop sound, Canadian-born Shania Twain contributed perhaps more than any other artist to country music’s mid-‘90s ascendancy on Top 40 radio. Indeed, her hugely successful 1997 album Come On Over went on to become the best-selling studio album of all time by a female artist, as well as the best-selling country album of all time. In 2011, Twain released “Today Is Your Day” as a preview to her upcoming fifth studio album, the release of which has been delayed by her critically-acclaimed Ceasar’s Palace residency show Still the One, ongoing in 2013-14. After penning her first song at age 10, Twain would hone her skills in the ‘80s before releasing 1995’s Grammy Award-winning The Woman in Me, her first No. 1 album featuring the international hit “You’re Still the One.” 1997’s Come On Over would prove even more successful, topping charts around the world and earning her two more Grammy’s, including Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” In 2013, Twain continued to wow ticket buyers with Shania Twain: Still The One, her Vegas live concert experience known for its elaborate choreography, special effects, and pitch-perfect performances of her greatest hits.