30 November 2022, 09:56
Two of Shania Twain’s finest live duets will appear in her upcoming Come on Over reissue.
Shania Twain marks a quarter century since the release of her huge Come here album.
To celebrate, she’s releasing a special deluxe edition of the groundbreaking record on Sunday, December 4, as part of the From Apple Music With Love series.
As well as featuring the original classic album mixed in Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio, the release includes a number of bonus tracks and live recordings.
Among them is a live version of “You’re Still The One” recorded with Elton John in 1999, and the same song recorded with Coldplay’s Chris Martin recorded earlier this year.
“From Apple Music (and me!)…. with love! 🥰” Shania posted on Instagram.
“I wanted to celebrate 25 years of Come On Over with a special @applemusic gift for all of you.”
“We refreshed these songs with #SpatialAudio in Dolby Atmos AND there are some special duet versions with some dear friends of mine to enjoy too ❤️”
Despite the momentous occasion, Shania isn’t content to look back these days.
She releases her long-awaited sixth studio album queen of me ohn February 3, and will hit the road with a massive support tour.
Tickets for the UK and Ireland leg of the tour are as follows, and tickets are available now:
- September 16, 2023: London, O2 Arena
- September 19, 2023: Dublin, 3Arena
- September 22, 2023: Glasgow, OVO Hydro Arena
- September 25, 2023: Manchester, AO Arena
- September 26, 2023: Birmingham, Utilita Arena