Country artist Shania Twain took eight years off of country music but re-entered the spotlight with a run at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas earlier this year and has a new album in the works.
The petite star, who has tallied five Grammys and the all-time best-selling album by a woman with “Come On Over” during her career, isn’t sure who will be producing her next record, but told The Globe and Mail she’s just glad to be writing again
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“At least I made a decision to actually get the songs written and get ready to record,” she said. “It’s a tough decision for me. I’m not used to having to make that decision, to be honest, because I spent so many years not having to worry about the production.”
Twain hasn’t released a new album in 10 years, and fans are excited to hear her new work.
“Now that the show is flowing, it’s time to get into the studio. The new songs are more intimate than they’ve ever been for me, and that will help in creating the sound that I want,” she told the Globe and Mail.
Twain returned to the stage last year at Caesar’s Palace, and a run this year opened in October and will break Dec. 14, and then she’ll come back for shows Jan. 22 through Feb. 14 in 2014. Adapting to performing in the same place every show was a bit of a challenge, but being at Caesar’s eliminated some of the rocky on-the-road difficulties that crop up from taking down and putting up a stage every night, Twain told the Globe and Mail.
“I got more comfortable with the flow,” she said. “Playing in the same room, concert after concert, was a big change for me. I came to enjoy it, though.”
The singer’s eight years out of the public eye don’t seem to have deterred her fan base, which regularly takes to Twitter to promo the Vegas show or just spout their love.
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