Shania Twains performing career began when she was a child. She sang in bars and clubs around her hometown of Timmins, Ontario. Later, Twain performed show tunes at a resort in Deerhurst, Canada. She released her debut country album in 1993.
Shania Twain's breakthrough album, "The Woman in Me," came out in 1995. By 1996, it had reached number one on the charts and broke the record for most weeks spent at number one on the country charts. She released her next album, "Come on Over," in 1997, which went on to sell over 36 million copies within three years of its release.