By Carey Langsner, Ontario, Canada Correspondent
Venue: First Ontario Centre, Hamilton, Ontario–June 22, 2015
Shania Twain is back on the road touring after an 11 year hiatus. During that time she had a two-year Las Vegas residency, where she performed 105 shows in Shania: Still The One. The show opened in December 2012 at Caesar’s Palace and finished in December 2014. She is now on a five month final tour performing 67 shows across Canada and the United States. The remainder of her “Rock This Country” tour dates for her final tour can be found at HERE.
On Monday night, Shania hit Hamilton’s First Ontario Centre and performed to 14,000 energetic fans. Shania started the Hamilton show by rising out of the stage on a platform that towered over the crowd while singing Rock This Country. Shania was dressed in a pink dress, thigh-high boots and pink sunglasses. From the moment that Shania hit the stage, the entire crowd were on their feet singing along to every song, with a thunderous boot stomping going on during “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under.” An entertaining evening for all!
Video Snippet from First Ontario Centre, Hamilton
“Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under”
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I am now living in Paris.No no no … the other Paris. Paris Ontario Canada.
I am the Ontario, Canada correspondent for Rock At Night covering music and summer festivals in pictures and words.
I grew up in the 70’s (gasp!) going to the concerts of some of the best hard rock and punk groups to ever make music.Music seems to have always been involved in my life one way or another.I even met my wife in a bar when I was working with a band and we have been together ever since.Working with Rock at Night feeds my concert and photography addicts.
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