Watch Shania Twain's Energetic Performance of "Any Man of Mine" as She Gears Up For Now Tour

Watch Shania Twain’s Energetic Performance of “Any Man of Mine” as She Gears Up For Now Tour

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Just before Shania Twain heads out on the road for her 2018 Now Tour, she stopped by the “Today” show for a mini- concert experience.

The Now tour, kicking off May 3 in Tacoma, Washington is Shania’s first concert in three years following the 2015 Rock This Country Tour. Introduced as the top selling country artist of all time, Shania took a moment to chat with hosts Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb.

“I am so excited as we lead up to this,” Shania said of her upcoming tour. “It’s just a great time. I’m just excited to bring everyone back together, play some new music for everybody and reunite over the music we’ve all been listening to for all these years.”

Dressed in camo pants, a long suede jacket and a red bandana around her neck, the Canadian songstress launched into her 1995 single, “Any Man of Mine,” from her album The Woman in Me. It wouldn’t be a Shania Twain show if she didn’t include her backup dancers. The dancers complimented the singe dressed in all black, complete with signature cowboy hats.

Kicking off National Concert Week at “Today,” Shania also treated the crowd to songs like “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!” and “I’m Alright,” featuring the Harlem Gospel Choir.

Shania released her latest album Now, on Sept. 29 with the track “Life’s About to Get Good” as the lead single.

2018 Shania Now Tour Dates:

May 3 — Tacoma, Wash.
May 5-6 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
May 9-10 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
May 12 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
May 13 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
May 15 – St. Paul, Minn.
May 16 – Sioux Falls, S.D.
May 18 – Omaha, Neb.
May 19 – Chicago, Ill.
June 1 – Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
June 2 – Tampa, Fla.
June 4 – Duluth, Ga.
June 6 – Dallas, Texas
June 7 – Austin, Texas
June 9 – Houston, Texas
June 10 – New Orleans, La.
June 12 – North Little Rock, Ark.
June 13 – St. Louis, Mo.
June 15 – Detroit, Mich.
June 16 – Cleveland, Ohio
June 25 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
June 26 – Montreal, Ontario, Canada
June 28 – Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
July 1 – Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
July 3-4 – London, Ontario, Canada
July 6-7 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 11 – Boston, Mass. @ TD Garden
July 12 – Philadelphia, Pa.
July 14 – Brooklyn, N.Y.
July 15 – Washington, DC
July 17 – Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 18 – Grand Rapids, Mich.
July 20 – Louisville, Ky.
July 21 – Nashville, Tenn.
July 24 – Kansas City, Mo.
July 25 – Des Moines, Iowa
July 27 – Denver, Colo.
July 28 – Salt Lake City, Utah
July 30 – Phoenix, Ariz.
Aug. 1 – Fesno, Calif.
Aug. 3 – Los Angeles, Calif.
Aug. 4 – Las Vegas, Nev.

 

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