Shania Twain tribute show starring Liza Rebecca brings a little bit of Las Vegas to your venue or event in style. Liza has performed lead roles in pantomime and cabaret theatre shows and also sings in a 10 piece function band on stages such as the Bonus Arena in Hull.
Shania Twain – Come on Over – The World’s Premier Shania Twain tribute show.
The Shania Twain tribute show brings all the sass and style of Shania herself to your venue or event.
The show celebrates the 25th anniversary of the biggest selling Country album of all time and features the sensational Liza Rebecca (as Shania) an amazing Live guitarist, with incredible vocals, audience interaction and fabulous costume changes. Liza has perfected Shania’s iconic choreography; she has studied
every move and style along with Shania’s unique tone and phrasing as well as her speaking accent, so you get the authenticity of the full Shania Twain experience. The show includes songs from the biggest selling Country Album of all time (Come On Over) plus other Shania hits from the Woman in Me and Up!
Relive all the greatest Country songs in one night you will never forget ‘Man I Feel Like A Women’, ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’, ‘Don’t Be Stupid’,‘ You’re Still The One’, ‘When’, as well as other huge Country classics.
It’s the must-see live show to book, also brought to you by Ellis Live, touring all major theatres from 2023.
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This is one tribute that will really convince you that you are watching Shania herself. Stunning.
Such an amazing talent.
Amazing woman with an amazing voice! Very talented. Looks and sounds so much like Shania!
Can’t believe how alike this woman sounds!
The best Shania Twain tribute act alive!
Eilleen Regina “Shania” Twain née Edwards was born August 28 1965 is a Canadian singer and songwriter. She has sold over 100 million records, making her the best-selling female artist in country music history and one of the best-selling music artists of all time. Her success garnered her several titles including the “Queen of Country Pop.” Billboard named her as the leader of the ’90s country-pop crossover stars.