Shania Twain may not be thought of us a Rock Star, but often it is hard to really peg her as a Country Star either. Shania Twain was at her best when she ventured into Pop with a Country flavor and as such she became a massive figure in popular music. Her success was so big that she despite not having recorded any material in over a decade she could still do an arena tour today without supporting a new album. She inspired many a crossover artist. It may not be Rock impact, but it is an impact on popular music. People have gotten into the Hall for less than that.
At one time she was on top of the musical world. This can’t be ignored.
Twain is not considered a “rock star” and there are many like her who are on the outside looking in.
The Women in Me (1995)
Come on Over (1997)
Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under? (From The Women in Me, 1995)
You’re Still the One (From Come On Over, 1997)
That Don’t Impress Me Much (From Come On Over, 1997)
If You Wanna Touch Her, Ask! (From Come On Over, 1997)
I’m Gonna Getcha Good! (From Up!, 2002)