Photos by Martin O'Connor
With her 1995 breakout album, "The Woman In Me", Shania Twain redefined what it meant to be a female country singer. Whether upbeat rockers or slow ballads, the songs were a far cry from the laments of long-suffering country girls mistreated by their men. Shania was full of strength, sass and humor and knew what she wanted from life and in a man. Song after song went to number one: "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" "Any Man of Mine", "I'm Outta Here", and "No One Needs To Know". With her trademark bare midriff and cowboy hat, Shania's videos and stage performances were the beginning of a new confidence and sexuality in female country singers. Her follow-up album, "Come On Over", was successful on rock radio, too, marking the beginning of her fame as a crossover performer. "You're Still The One", "Man, I Feel Like A Woman" and "That Don't Impress Me Much" secured her position as the pre-eminent crossover star.
For straight-out rockin' country, you can't beat Lori's re-creation of a Shania Twain concert. She's got the moves and the attitude to bring Shania's songs to life! The difference is the voice: Lori's got the range, the emotion and the style to go with the songs. Lori performs a Shania Twain Tribute show of twenty minutes packed with Shania's hits. The show can be performed to recorded tracks or a live band. Lori often performs several of Shania's songs in the musical variety shows Country Music Showcase and Music City Showcase produced by herself and her husband, Phillip Stegner of Maestro Productions. Call (615) 754-9776 or email Lori to book a performance for your next event.
Medley of Shania's Hits: "Man, I Feel Like A Woman", "Honey, I'm Home" and "Still The One"