Shania Twain Exhibit Set for Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Showcase will include stage props, fashion and assorted memorabilia from the "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" singer
January 10, 2017
Shania Twain will be the subject of a special exhibit at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Opening June 26th, the showcase follows the announcement that Jason Aldean will also receive a special exhibit in 2017.
"It's an honor to be a part of the Country Music Hall of Fame exhibitions for 2017. Being able to re-visit favorite costumes, photographs and memories from my career has been a special feeling, especially as this year will see a new stage for me with a brand new album!" Twain said in a statement. "I'm very excited to have these important creative moments on display."
The exhibit will focus on past high-water marks like 1997's Come on Over, the best-selling album in history by a female artist, and Twain's massive tours. The singer most recently performed on her Rock This Country farewell tour – which, in the end, wasn't much of a goodbye. Twain's new album, for which she worked with a string of producers, including Jake Gosling (Ed Sheeran), is anticipated to be released in the late spring or early summer.
Aldean's exhibit will open May 26th. The remainder of the County Music Hall of Fame and Museum's 2017 exhibit slate will be unveiled this week.