Shania Twain (born Eilleen Regina Edwards) (born 28 August 1965 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada) - Canadian singer-songwriter genre of country music and pop-rock. Her third album Come On Over has achieved the highest sales in the history of country music recordings. She received five Grammy awards, 27 BMI awards, including sold about 76 million copies of her albums.
daughter of Clarence and Sharon Edwards has two sisters Jill - two years older and Carrie-Ann - three years younger. When she was six years her mother remarried Jerry Twain for purebred Ojibwa derived from Timmins, Ontario. Shanie treated like his own daughter. She began singing as a child in a bar after hours. At age 13, starred in "The Tommy Hunter Show." When exceeded 22 years, her parents died in an accident. Then I became the legal guardian of his adoptive brothers (Mark, 13, and Darryl, 14) and sister. Odkłożyła musical career aside and took up the family. In 1991 he changed his name to Shania (meaning in the language of the Ojibwa "I'm on my way," or "I'm on my way", was the name of a co-worker, laborer). In the same year he signed a contract with record label Mercury Nashville. Today it is one of the greatest singers of country and pop, the disc sold in large quantities. Now he's trying his hand at acting.
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