Canadians are going to dominate this week’s female country singers, for there are at least three to come (guess the other two).
The first is Shania Twain (b. 1965 in Windsor, Ontario), and, of course, still immensely popular. This song, “You’re still the one,” won two Grammies in 1995: best country song and best country vocal performance. It was written by Twain and Mutt Lange. It was supposedly written to dispel rumors about her dissolving marriage to Lange; sadly, they divorced anyway—ten years after the song came out.