Shania Twain might be returning to the road. She has been headlining her “Shania: Still the One” show at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas since 2012, but she revealed to the Calgary Herald that a comeback tour could be on the horizon.
“I think I’m going to do more,” she said. “I guess it’s just something I’m enjoying more now than I have in a long time. Vegas has been a really good transition for me to get back on stage again, and I guess I’m enjoying it.”
Twain made her first performance outside of Vegas in a decade on Thursday night when she performed at the Calgary Stampede, the first night of a two-night stand. “I was pretty open to it, I have to say,” she said. “I was excited about the idea of doing a concert environment show again; it’s been a long time.”
New music is also in the works from Twain. “It’s my priority this year, and I will be in the studio as soon as I can get in, get my ducks in a row. I’m working on it all the time right now,” she said. “I’ve been writing for it for a long time now. I’ve got lots of things, so it’s really about putting the puzzle together now.”
Twain’s last new album, Up!, was released in 2002.