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Now, you or someone you love, can be the sole owner of any Shania Twain moment, past, present or future.

For example, imagine giving your loved one the minute you first met Shania Twain, the minute Shania Twain was born or another meaningful Shania Twain moment.

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Own a minute in the life of Shania Twain

Click on any of the dates below to buy a minute on that day.

  • 28 August 1965 Shania Twain was born.
  • 4 November 1997 Her third album "Come on Over" was released which made over $40,000,000 in Australia alone and still remains the biggest-selling album of all time by a female artist.
  • 20 May 2001 Took part at "Larry King Live" show.
  • 26 January 2003 Performed at the National Football League's Super Bowl half-time show where it was well known that she had been lip-synching the song.
  • 10 April 2003 Her debut album "Shania Twain" was released.
  • 25 June 2003 She received a star on the Canadian Walk of Fame in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • 18 November 2005 Received the "Order of Canada", Canada's highest honor.

Shania Twain: The Woman in Me

Shania Twain was born as Eileen Regina Edwards in Windsor, Ontario on August 28, 1965. At the age of two, her parents separated and her mother later remarried Jerry Twain, who was a member of the Ojibwa First Nation. As a young child, she often performed in bars and clubs in order to supplement the family income. By the time she was thirteen, she had appeared on the CBC television program Tommy Hunter Show. Later, during high school, she would become a vocalist for a local band. For a brief period of time her budding music career was stalled after her mother and step-father were killed in a car crash in 1987 and the then Eilleen found herself in the position of caring for her family. She relocated her two younger brothers and sister to Huntsville, Ontario and began to perform at a local resort in order to support them. This proved to be a major breakthrough. In 1991, after an entertainment lawyer caught her performance, she received an invitation to record a demo tape.

The same year she signed her first recording contract and simultaneously changed her first name to Shania. The name was taken from an Ojibwa word which means ‘I’m on my way.” The newly named Shania Twain initially debuted as a country singer with the 1993 album “Shania Twain”. Although this album did not do well, Shania met later with increasing popularity and success with her second album, 1995’s “The Woman in Me.” Since that time she has crossed over into mainstream charts, earning popularity there as well.

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