Tuesday, April 18, 2006

CMT On Shania Twain

CMT continues to count down the greatest moments in the careers of some of the most talented and well-known country music superstars in its series, CMT Greatest Moments. Featured in the third episode of the series is a woman who has sold more records than any other female artist in history – Mercury singer/songwriter Shania Twain. CMT Greatest Moments: Shania Twain, premieres Saturday, April 22, 2006 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

In this one-hour episode, CMT will outline some of the most significant and notable moments in the career of this country music superstar. From overcoming her extremely difficult childhood in Timmons, Ontario, to becoming an award-winning international superstar, to living in Switzerland with her family, CMT highlights the triumphs of the girl next door.

Since the 1995 release of The Woman In Me, Shania Twain has become the top selling female country artist in history. With 70 million albums sold worldwide, platinum and multi-platinum album sales in 37 countries, 17 top ten songs and multiple Grammy, ACM and CMA Awards, Twain is a country music phenomenon. A mainstay at the top of the charts for over 13 years, Twain has had eight No. 1 hits including “Any Man of Mine,” “You Win My Love” and “You’re Still The One.” Shania is the only artist in history to have three consecutive albums sell more than 10 million copies. www.cmt.com.