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SHANIA TWAIN IS ‘GONNA GETCHA GOOD!’

Shania Twain released her Still the One Live From Las Vegas collection, which it includes a DVD of the show, behind-the-scenes highlights and CD. She opens the show with her 2002 hit, “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!” The reason why she kicked off her Vegas show with it is pretty clear.

“‘I’m Gonna Getcha Good!’ was just a very empowering way to start the show and say I’m in control and this feels really good and I’m at the top of my game here, and I’m ready to kick off this night,” says Shania. “The vocal in the beginning is quite sultry and I wanted to – I didn’t want to come out kicking and screaming. I wanted to come out with a quieter strength with my voice.”

On Wednesday (March 4th), Shania will talk about her new CD and DVD collection on ABC’s Good Morning America, where she will make a big announcement. She’s also set to appear on The Chew on Wednesday, and on What What Happens Live! March 11th.

TIDBIT: The Jonas Brothers covered “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!” for the soundtrack for their film, Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.

Audio / Shania Twain talks about opening her Las Vegas Show with “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!”

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Shania Twain (Gonna Getcha Good) OC: …start the show. :42
“I wanted it to have that sort of rock edge pump to it right at the top of the show and I wanted to be able to tell a story with a song list. So ‘I’m Gonna Getcha Good!’ was just a very empowering way to start the show and say I’m in control and this feels really good and I’m at the top of my game here and I’m ready to kick off this night.  So it was a very soothing song in that regard and it’s also quite sultry. The vocal in the beginning is quite sultry and I wanted to – I didn’t want to come out kicking and screaming. I wanted to come out with a quieter strength with my voice. So it was just the perfect song. ‘I’m Gonna Getcha Good!’ was the way to start the show.”

MICKEY GUYTON WILL MAKE HER NATIONAL TELEVISION DEBUT ON GOOD MORNING AMERICA ON FRIDAY!

Nashville, TN (March 2, 2015) – Capitol Records Nashville’s Mickey Guyton will make her national television debut on ABC’s Good Morning America with a performance of her first single “Better Than You Left Me” on Friday, March 6th. Mickey co-wrote the single which made Country Aircheck history as the highest one-week add total for a debut first single.  Mickey was recently selected as a featured artist in the VEVO DSCVR Series.  The series currently is featuring two acoustic performances that can be viewed here and here.

Mickey will head out on tour with Brad Paisley this summer on his CRUSHIN’ IT WORLD TOUR which kicks off May 15 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  The Texas native has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and appeared on several Who To Watch for in 2015 lists including NPR, Billboard, Rolling Stone Country, Spotify, Yahoo! Music, Huffington Post, Mashable, Taste of Country and Nashville Lifestyles. She is currently putting the finishing touches on her debut album.

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SHANIA TWAIN WANTED TO HAVE A GOOD TIME WITH HER LAS VEGAS SHOW.

Shania Twain will release her Still the One Live From Las Vegas collection this week, and it includes a DVD of the show itself, plus some behind-the-scenes highlights, in addition to the CD. She says she can’t pick out just one particular favorite moment from the show, but instead, her favorite moment is the entire thing.

“The whole show is my favorite thing as a performer because I…I wrote all of those favorite moments in the show for exactly that reason. I just wanted to have a really wonderful time,” says Shania. “I wanted to surround myself with all the things that I love, the people that I love, a room that I loved. I loved the room. It was gorgeous. All of the songs I loved in the show. I was very careful about picking the song list. I was careful about the order of the song list and how it was going to feel mood wise and how it was all going to roll out. It was very custom made for me, this show, and to make sure that I was going to enjoy myself every night after that.

Shania’s Still the One Live From Las Vegas CD & DVD collection arrives in stores on Tuesday, March 3rd.

Audio / Shania Twain says she doesn’t have one particular moment that was her favorite during her Las Vegas show…instead, it’s the whole show that’s her favorite moment.

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Shania Twain (favorite moment) OC: …every night. 1:04
“The whole show is my favorite thing as a performer because I…I wrote all of those favorite moments in the show for exactly that reason. I just wanted to have a really wonderful time. I wanted to surround myself with all the things that I love, the people that I love, a room that I loved. I loved the room. It was gorgeous. All of the songs I loved in the show. I was very careful about picking the song list. I was careful about the order of the song list and how it was going to feel mood wise and how it was all going to roll out. It was very custom made for me, this show, and to make sure that I was going to enjoy myself every night after that. I love horses, so I wanted horses in the show. I love enjoying being fit and energetic. And so I chose clothes that were sexy and fun and that I enjoyed getting into every night. I never got into my clothes and thought ‘Oh I just can’t do this another night.’ But I loved it. I always felt – I always felt revived getting into my costumes every night.”

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