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"I was disgusted that another woman's lust for a lifestyle upgrade was worth the devastation of my family." Shania even revealed in the book that she wrote a letter to Marie-Anne. Then the singer literally lost her voice - the nerves connected to her vocal cords seized up, when she contacted dysphonia as a consequence of Lyme disease she developed during that dreadful period of her life. The divorce is part of it, but it wasn't the root of it," says Shania who with her new album has - in more ways than the obvious - found her voice again.It read, heartbreakingly: "I am so low, so broken-hearted I can't take it any more. Did she lose her voice from the stress of the divorce from Lange? "I never thought I would sing again," 52-year-old Shania says.
Maybe I should just leave it where it was." Shania went through a lot of soul-searching. So I had to meet this horrible betraying friend in order to meet this extraordinary man. A great album about the end of Imelda’s 13-year marriage to Darrel Higham.
"I spent a lot of those years really hiding all of that as much as I could. My mother is gone and she can't explain why." What answers would she want from her mother if she could have asked questions? Things like that." Three years ago, in fact, Shania met her biological father.
We were hungry a lot of the time, We couldn't pay our bills. Then I got married and I'm in love and my career takes off. "I would want to know why he didn't help us when we were starving. She was visiting an old house that the family used to live in, in Timmins.
It was said that all Jerry and Sharon Twain could have heard was a horn.
Born Eileen Regina Edwards on August 28, 1965 in Windsor, Ontario, Shania began performing at eight years of age with the house band at Timmins' Mattagami Hotel, and wrote her first song (Mama Won't You Come Out to Play) when she was 10 years old. After her parents' death, 22-year-old Shania, who was singing in Toronto, put her musical career on hold and returned to Timmins, her hometown, to physically and financially look after her younger siblings - her two half-brothers, Mark, then 14, and Darryl (13), and her sister Carrie-Ann (17), singing in the local golf resort six nights a week. (The family situation of the Twains was a complicated one, as Shania told me in 2003 in Dublin when I met her for lunch before her sold-out show in Nowlan Park in Kilkenny: "Then my mother and Jerry had another son several years later and then they adopted another child, my aunt's son.
The Swiss man is Frederic Thiebaud who Shania married in Puerto Rico on New Year's Day in 2011.