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Shania Twain Polishes Off ‘Queen of Me’ Album Announcement With 2023 Tour Dates

By Larisha Paul

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Shania Twain will release her sixth studio album Queen of M e on Feb. 3, her first full-length record in nearly six years. Alongside her Republic Nashville debut, the country icon will embark on a global arena tour spanning 49 dates, including stops at Nashville’s Geodis Park on June 7 and at New York’s Madison Square Garden on July 11.

“This new record is fun and celebrative, really on the other side of Now ,” Twain told Rina Sawayama in a recent Rolling Stone Musicians on Musicians interview . “I’m happy in my own skin. I’m celebrating that feeling, less apologetic for who I am and what I’ve become. This is me, and I like myself.”

She added: “A lot of it was written during the pandemic. There’s nothing better for me than to not have enough to do, because the first thing I do is pick up my guitar and start songwriting. Now I’ve got four albums’ worth. I’m not kidding.”

The Queen of Me Tour marks Twain’s first proper trip on the road since the completion of her Las Vegas residency. The span of shows kicks off on Friday, April 28, at Spokane Arena in Spokane, Washington. Twain will appear in Seattle, Vancouver, Calgary, Denver, Los Angeles, Montreal, Kansas City, Dallas, London, Dublin, and more. The tour concludes Sept. 26 at England’s Utilita Arena Birmingham.

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Shania Twain Launches Queen of Me Tour

by Tiffany Goldstein May 1, 2023, 10:12 am

Shania Twain has officially kicked off her highly anticipated Queen of Me Tour . 

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The best-selling female artist in country music history officially stepped into the spotlight for the tour’s first leg in Spokane, Washington, at Spokane Arena on Friday, April 28. 

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The high-energy set took ticket-holders on a journey through her three-decade-long career and tracks from her recently released album,  Queen of Me . The sold-out crowd catapulted to its feet when they heard the captivating chords of “Waking Up Dreaming” at the start of the show. It wasn’t until the lively chorus that the icon made her grand appearance in an eye-catching ensemble. 

While performing on a vibrant stage that features state-of-the-art visuals and a rocket ship initialed “ST,” – she delivered a handful of fan favorites such as “Up!,” “Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You),” “I’m Gonna Getcha Good,” “Any Man Of Mine,” “From This Moment On,” “You’re Still the One,” and “That Don’t Impress Me Much.” 

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Twain joined forces with creative producers Corey FitzGerald (Adele, Blackprint, Kendrick Lamar), BLINK’s Tom Colbourne, and Rupa Rathod (Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Doja Cat) to create the immersive experience that displays high-end production and striking screen graphics. 

According to a press release, the singer/songwriter shared a mashup of tracks that she “hasn’t performed in decades.” The medley included, “Nah!,” “She’s Not Just A Pretty Face,” and “Waiter! Bring Me Water!,” “When,” “Thank You Baby!” and “Party For Two.”

Breakout star Lindsay Ell served as direct support and is slated to open at a handful of upcoming dates. Twain has provided other Nashville newcomers and promising acts the opportunity to join in on the fun. Hailey Whitters, BRELAND, Kelsea Ballerini, Robyn Ottolini, Priscilla Block, and Mickey Guyton will appear throughout the first run. 

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“I’m waking up dreaming after a fabulous night in Spokane!!” wrote Twain on social media following opening night. “What a gorgeous way to kick off the tour!!”

Queen of Me Tour serves as Twain’s most extensive trek to date, making 80 stops worldwide just in 2023. The show marks Twain’s first tour in nearly five years and follows her critically acclaimed residency in Sin City. To honor the start of the Queen of Me Tour , the country-pop sensation expanded her Republic Nashville debut with five new tracks. She also released re-imagined versions of “Inhale/Exhale AIR (feat. BRELAND),” “Queen of Me,” and “Giddy Up!” 

QUEEN OF ME TOUR DATES:

5/02     Vancouver, BC             Rogers Arena ^

5/03     Vancouver, BC            Rogers Arena ^

5/05     Edmonton, AB              Rogers Place ^

5/06    Edmonton, AB             Rogers Place ^

5/09     Calgary, AB                  Scotiabank Saddledome ^

5/10     Calgary, AB                 Scotiabank Saddledome ^

5/12      Saskatoon, SK             SaskTel Centre ^

5/14      Winnipeg, MB              Canada Life Centre ^

5/16      Madison, WI                 Kohl Center #

5/17      St Paul, MN                  Xcel Energy Center #

5/19      Lincoln, NE                   Pinnacle Bank Arena #

5/21      Denver, CO                  Ball Arena #

5/24     Salt Lake City, UT        USANA Amphitheatre #

5/26     Mountain View, CA      Shoreline Amphitheatre #

5/28     Los Angeles, CA          Hollywood Bowl #

5/30     Phoenix, AZ                 Ak-Chin Pavilion #

5/31      Thousand Palms, CA   Acrisure Arena #

6/03     Tulsa, OK                      BOK Center +

6/04     St. Louis, MO                Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre STL +

6/07     Nashville, TN                GEODIS Park +>

6/09     Camden, NJ                 Freedom Mortgage Pavilion +

6/12      Halifax, NS                   Scotiabank Centre ~

6/14      Moncton, NB                Avenir Centre ~

6/15      Moncton, NB                Avenir Centre ~

6/17      Quebec City, QC         Videotron Centre ~

6/18      Montreal, QC               Bell Centre ~

6/20     Hamilton, ON               FirstOntario Centre ^

6/21      London, ON                 Budweiser Gardens ^

6/23     Toronto, ON                 Budweiser Stage ^

6/24     Toronto, ON                Budweiser Stage ^

6/27     Columbia, MD              Merriweather Post Pavilion &

6/28     Charlotte, NC               PNC Music Pavilion &

6/30     Cuyahoga Falls, OH   Blossom Music Center &

7/01      Tinley Park, IL              Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre &

7/03     Bethel, NY                   Bethel Woods Center for the Arts &

7/06     Ottawa, ON                 Ottawa Bluesfest *

7/08     Syracuse, NY               St Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview +

7/09     Mansfield, MA              Xfinity Center +

7/11       New York, NY              Madison Square Garden +

7/13      Burgettstown, PA        The Pavilion at Star Lake +

7/15      Noblesville, IN              Ruoff Music Center +

7/19      Kansas City, MO          T-Mobile Center =

7/21      Dallas, TX                     Dos Equis Pavilion =

7/22     Houston, TX                 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion =

7/24     New Orleans, LA         Smoothie King Center =

9/14      Glasgow, UK                OVO Hydro

9/16​      London, UK                 The O2

9/17      London, UK                 The O2

9/19      ​Dublin, IRE                   3Arena

9/20    ​Dublin, IRE                   3Arena

9/22 ​    Glasgow, UK                OVO Hydro Arena

9/23 ​    Glasgow, UK                OVO Hydro Arena

9/25 ​    Manchester, UK           AO Arena

9/26 ​    Birmingham, UK         ​Utilita Arena Birmingham

9/28     Leeds, UK                    First Direct Arena

10/12    San Antonio, TX          AT&T Center

10/13    Fort Worth, TX             Dickies Arena

10/16    Knoxville, TN               Thompson Boling Arena

10/18    Raleigh, NC                 PNC Arena

10/20   Buffalo, NY                  KeyBank Center

10/22   Toronto, ON                Scotiabank Arena

10/24   Quebec City, QC         Videotron Centre

10/25   Montreal, QC               Bell Centre

10/27    Columbus, OH             Schottenstein Center

10/28   Louisville, KY               KFC Yum! Center

10/31    Milwaukee, WI             Fiserv Forum

11/02    Omaha, NE                  CHI Health Center

11/03    Des Moines, IA            Wells Fargo Arena

11/05    Fargo, ND                    FARGODOME

11/07    Winnipeg, MB              Canada Life Centre

11/09    Saskatoon, SK             Sasktel Centre

11/11      Calgary, AB                 Scotiabank Saddledome

11/12     Edmonton, AB             Rogers Place

11/14     Vancouver, BC            Rogers Arena

* Non-Live Nation Date

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~ Robyn Ottolini

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Shania Twain Queen Of Me tour: Everything you need to know

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Shania Twain is back on the road and has started with a bang.

The country superstar, whose career spans more than three decades, released her sixth studio album, Queen Of Me, in February this year, which was met with generally favorable reviews.

On April 28, Shania kicked off the first show in Spokane at the Spokane Arena.

In true Shania style, she performed a huge set with multiple eye-catching costume changes.

But where is she performing? And what is on the setlist?

Shania Twain’s Queen of Me tour was in high demand

When you’re a fan of artists as legendary as Shania , attending a tour of hers is a must.

Due to high demand, the That Don’t Impress Me Much hitmaker had to announce extra shows after the first batch went on sale.

“The reaction to my Queen Of Me Tour has been… just amazing!!! So many sold out shows ???,” she wrote on Instagram, attaching the official promotional poster.

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With the tour in full swing, Shania is expected to visit many places across North America for the first leg.

Currently, her next concert will take place in Vancouver. Other stops include Denver, Los Angeles, Charlotte, New York, and Houston, before finishing up in New Orleans on July 24.

Depending on dates, support acts for the first leg are Breland, Kelsea Ballerini, Priscilla Block, Lindsay Ell, Mickey Guyton, Robyn Ottolini, and Hailey Whitters.

For the second leg, Shania will tour across the UK & Ireland in September, which includes two shows at London’s iconic O2 Arena in September.

Shortly after, she will return to North America for another leg in October and November.

Complete list of tour dates:

04/28 – Spokane, WA, Spokane Arena 04/29 – Seattle, WA, Climate Pledge Arena 05/02-03 – Vancouver, BC, Rogers Arena 05/05-06 – Edmonton, AB, Rogers Place 05/09-10 – Calgary, AB, Scotiabank Saddledome 05/12 – Saskatoon, SK, SaskTel Centre 05/14 – Winnipeg, MB, Canada Life Centre 05/16 – Madison, WI, Kohl Center 05/17 – St Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center 05/19 – Lincoln, NE, Pinnacle Bank Arena 05/21 – Denver, CO, Ball Arena 05/24 – Salt Lake City, UT, USANA Amphitheatre 05/26 – Mountain View, CA, Shoreline Amphitheatre 05/28 – Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl 05/30 – Phoenix, AZ, Ak-Chin Pavilion 05/31 – Thousand Palms, CA, Acrisure Arena 06/03 – Tulsa, OK, BOK Center 06/04 – St. Louis, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre STL 06/07 – Nashville, TN, GEODIS Park 06/09 – Camden, NJ, Freedom Mortgage Pavilion 06/12 – Halifax, NS, Scotiabank Centre 06/14-15 – Moncton, NB, Avenir Centre 06/17 – Quebec City, QC, Videotron Centre 06/18 – Montreal, QC, Bell Centre 06/20 – Hamilton, ON, FirstOntario Centre 06/21 – London, ON, Budweiser Gardens 06/23-24 – Toronto, ON, Budweiser Stage 06/27 – Columbia, MD, Merriweather Post Pavilion 06/28 – Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion 06/30 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Blossom Music Center 07/01 – Tinley Park, IL, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre 07/03 – Bethel, NY, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 07/06 – Ottawa, ON, Ottawa Bluesfest 07/08 – Syracuse, NY, St Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview 07/09 – Mansfield, MA, Xfinity Center 07/11 – New York, NY, Madison Square Garden 07/13 – Burgettstown, PA, The Pavilion at Star Lake 07/15 – Noblesville, IN, Ruoff Music Center 07/19 – Kansas City, MO, T-Mobile Center 07/21 – Dallas, TX, Dos Equis Pavilion 07/22 – Houston, TX, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion 07/24 – New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center

Second leg:

09/14 – Glasgow, UK, OVO Hydro 09/16-17 – London, UK, The O2 09/19 – Dublin, IE, 3Arena 09/22-23 ​- Glasgow, UK, OVO Hydro 09/25 -​ Manchester, UK, AO Arena 09/26 – ​Birmingham, UK, ​Utilita Arena Birmingham 09/28 – Leeds, UK, First Direct Arena

10/12 – San Antonio, TX, Dickies Arena 10/13 – Thompson Boling Arena 10/16 – Knoxville, TN, Thompson Boling Arena 10/18 – Raleigh, NC, PNC Arena 10/20 – Buffalo, NY, KeyBank Center 10/22 – Toronto, ON, Scotiabank Arena 10/24 – Quebec City, QC, Videotron Centre 10/25 – Montreal, QC, Bell Centre 10/27 – Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center 10/28 – Louisville, KY, KFC Yum! Center 10/31 – Milwaukee, WI, Fiserv Forum 11/02 – Omaha, NE, CHI Health Center 11/03 – Des Moines, IA, Wells Fargo Arena 11/05 – Fargo, ND, Fargodome 11/07 – Winnipeg, MB, Canada Life Centre 11/09 – Saskatoon, SK, SaskTel Centre 11/11 – Calgary, AB, Scotiabank Saddledome 11/12 – Edmonton, AB, Rogers Arena 11/14 – Vancouver, BC, Rogers Arena

Shania Twain’s setlist is stacked with hits

With an extensive back catalog, it must be hard trying to choose a setlist for a tour, but it seems Shania has managed to narrow it down well.

Her set is stacked with material from each of her albums, meaning there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Full setlist:

  • Waking Up Dreaming
  • Roll Me on the River
  • Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)
  • I’m Gonna Getcha Good!
  • You’re Still the One
  • Any Man of Mine
  • Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?
  • Mammas don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys (Tami Neilson Feat. Willie Nelson cover)
  • Honey, I’m Home
  • Last Day of Summer
  • Rock This Country!
  • Inhale/Exhale Air
  • Nah! / She’s Not Just a Pretty Face / Waiter! Bring Me Water! / When / Thank You Baby! (for Makin’ Someday Come So Soon)
  • Pretty Liar
  • From This Moment On
  • Party for Two
  • Forever and for Always
  • Queen of Me
  • That Don’t Impress Me Much
  • Man! I Feel Like a Woman!

If a new tour was enough to get fans excited, Shania released a Royal Edition of Queen Of Me on opening night, which includes five new tracks.

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Shania Twain’s Queen of Me Tour rolled into New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Tuesday (July 11), bringing with it a formidable catalog of country classics as well as a kick-ass opener, Breland, one of the more promising fresh faces in country music.

But Breland – who joined Shania mid-show on “Inhale/Exhale Air” from her 2023 album Queen of Me – wasn’t the only surprise guest. NBC Today anchor Hoda Kotb, who is apparently text message pals with Shania, came out and duetted with the legend on one of her best-loved tunes. Plus, several lucky fans got the chance to share the stage with Twain over the course of the night.

“This really is the time of my life, and I really mean that,” Twain said before her raucous three-song encore. “I’m loving life and I’m loving all these moments. I’m overwhelmed by the welcome.”

She also announced that there’s a 25th anniversary edition of her indispensable 1997 album Come On Over on the way, which will features new mixes as well as live recordings of its songs with guests like Elton John, Chris Martin and Alison Krauss & Union Station. Come On Over – 25th Anniversary Diamond Edition drops Aug. 25 via Mercury/UMe and is available for pre-order now ; Come On Over is the best-selling album from a female artist in the Luminate era (1991-present), giving her three of her seven No. 1s on the Hot Country Songs chart.

From duetting with a broadcast legend to wearing the costume from the “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” music video on stage for the first time ever, here are the best moments from Shania Twain’s NYC tour stop.

A Duet With Hoda

It was a surprise moment we never knew we needed. Shania Twain brought out Today show anchor Hoda Kotb (“we text all the time,” she casually mentioned) to help her celebrate a career milestone (more on that later). Kotb, purple mic in hand, was afforded the treat of a lifetime when Twain blended voices with the broadcast legend for a short a cappella duet on her GOAT ballad “You’re Still the One” before doing the full song (sans Kotb).

Double Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend

In addition to the delightful duet, Kotb helped Twain celebrate the fact that Come On Over has sold more than 20 million copies in the U.S. alone with a double diamond platinum plaque. “I am honored to be on this stage in this beautiful Madison Square Garden in the great city of New York to celebrate an incredible moment for this lovely, incredible human being,” Kotb said. Twain, for her part, seemed genuinely touched: “It’s incredible what’s happened with this album and that all of you are still here supporting me.”

Man! I Feel Like Raiding a Museum!

Twain naturally closes out her Queen of Me shows with one of her best-known songs, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!”, but the July 11 stop in NYC was a little bit different. For the first time ever, she wore her iconic outfit from the music video, designed by Marc Bouwer, during a live performance of the song. “This costume hasn’t seen a stage before, it’s the original,” Twain said, noting the corset has been “in a museum collecting dust,” so she decided to take it out for a spin. (Yes, a quarter of a century later, it still fits perfectly.)

Hyde Your Kids

In addition to bringing several couples onstage as she sang “From This Moment On,” Twain brought up two life-long listeners for a special moment with her. The fans, one from Canada, the other from the U.K., became besties in NYC, bonding over their love for Shania; before long, they both realized they had been to the same Shania show in London’s Hyde Park when they were both eight years old. “It’s lovely that you met through music and you’re here all these years later,” Twain said.

Honey Badgering

Sometimes, you gotta sing for your supper, and Shania put the MSG crowd to work before a spirited take on “Honey, I’m Home.” Dividing the MSG crowd into three sections, Twain asked each one to sing the word “honey” in a different key – and she wasn’t playing around. After an unsatisfactory test run from one side of the arena, she asked another side to perform, which it did admirably. “See? That’s how it’s done,” she jokingly chided the first group of people.

Dance With the One That Brought You

We’d be remiss not to salute her two backup dancers, whose enthusiasm and verve kept the energy up the entire show. The duo’s tap-dancing showdown interlude, which gave Twain a chance to change costumes, was far more impressive and entertaining than the kind of video segments stars typically use to keep the audience occupied when they’re off stage.

Memories to Boot

There were a few reflective moments throughout the course of the night. Twain shared how Dolly Parton’s songwriting influenced her growing up and recalled the inauspicious circumstances under which her first hit on the Billboard country charts was written. Acoustic guitar in hand, she shared how “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?” was penned in a quiet cabin with no running water. She then performed a short acoustic take on it, before bringing out the full band (and an alien chasing a horse on the video screen – don’t ask) for the more familiar rocking version, since “it became a sh-t kicker” during the studio sessions.

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Five-time GRAMMY® Award-winning legend and the best-selling female artist in country music history Shania Twain announced the second leg of her 2023 Queen of Me Tour. Due to phenomenal demand following the wildly successful announcement of the first leg, Shania is adding 19 new fall dates to her highly anticipated tour, in support of Shania’s forthcoming album Queen of Me , out February 3, 2023.

The Queen of Me Tour marks one of Shania Twain’s biggest tours to date with over 70 dates taking place across North America and Europe next year. This is also her first tour in nearly five years, following a highly successful residency run in Las Vegas.

Shania and Live Nation have announced that $1 of every ticket purchased to Shania’s “Queen Of Me” Tour will be donated to SKC. Established in 2010 by Shania Twain, SKC provides services that promote positive change in children’s lives in times of crises and economic hardship. SKC provides children with one-on-one consultations, academic support and group activities, as well as nutritious snacks and meal programs where needed, all while in the safe, confidence-building environment that is the Shania Kids Can Clubhouse. These children are learning the skills to cope with and overcome family hardships which, in turn, improves their ability to succeed in school. For more information about Shania Kids Can, please visit: www.shaniakidscan.com

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SHANIA TWAIN ANNOUNCES SECOND LEG OF 2023 QUEEN OF ME GLOBAL TOUR DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND

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December 6, 2022 (Buffalo, NY) – Today, five-time GRAMMY® Award-winning legend and the best-selling female artist in country music history Shania Twain announced the second leg of her 2023 Queen of Me Tour . Due to phenomenal demand following the wildly successful announcement of the first leg, Shania is adding 19 new fall dates to her highly anticipated tour. The tour is in support of Shania’s forthcoming album Queen of Me , out February 3, 2023 - pre-order/pre-save HERE .

Produced by Live Nation, leg two kicks off on Thursday, October 12th in San Antonio, TX at AT&T Center with stops across North America in Nashville, TN, Toronto, ON, Buffalo, NY , Edmonton, AB and more before wrapping up on Tuesday, November 14 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC. 

The Queen of Me Tour marks one of Shania Twain’s biggest tours to date with over 70 dates taking place across North America and Europe next year. This is also her first tour in nearly five years, following a highly successful residency run in Las Vegas.

Shania and Live Nation have announced that $1 of every ticket purchased to Shania’s “Queen Of Me” Tour will be donated to SKC. Established in 2010 by Shania Twain, SKC provides services that promote positive change in children’s lives in times of crises and economic hardship. SKC provides children with one-on-one consultations, academic support and group activities, as well as nutritious snacks and meal programs where needed, all while in the safe, confidence-building environment that is the Shania Kids Can Clubhouse. These children are learning the skills to cope with and overcome family hardships which, in turn, improves their ability to succeed in school. For more information about Shania Kids Can, please visit: www.shaniakidscan.com

SHANIA TWAIN ‘QUEEN OF ME’ 2023 TOUR LEG TWO - JUST ANNOUNCED

10/12   San Antonio, TX          AT&T Center

10/13   Fort Worth, TX            Dickies Arena

10/16   Knoxville, TN               Thompson Boling Arena

10/18   Raleigh, NC                PNC Arena

10/20   Buffalo, NY                 KeyBank Center

10/22   Toronto, ON                Scotiabank Arena

10/24   Quebec City, QC        Videotron Centre

10/25   Montreal, QC              Bell Centre

10/27   Columbus, OH            Schottenstein Center

10/28   Louisville, KY              KFC Yum! Center

10/31   Milwaukee, WI            Fiserv Forum

11/02   Omaha, NE                 CHI Health Center

11/03   Des Moines, IA           Wells Fargo Arena

11/05   Fargo, ND                   FARGODOME

11/07   Winnipeg, MB             Canada Life Centre

11/09   Saskatoon, SK            Sasktel Centre

11/11   Calgary, AB                Scotiabank Saddledome

11/12   Edmonton, AB            Rogers Place

11/14   Vancouver, BC           Rogers Arena

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Last month, she made a grand return with her latest single “Waking Up Dreaming . ” Right out of the gate, Vulture hailed it as “a motivational, synth-laden pop-rocker with few of the country touches you’d expect from Twain , all of the glamour . ” Rolling Stone raved, “It gradually builds to a Shania-worthy maximalist sound, a dance party of gleaming guitars and unfettered bliss . ” People affirmed, “Shania Twain is baring it all with her new era of music , ” and The Tennessean proclaimed, “Country icon Shania Twain ’s season in the sun continues with the release of ‘Waking Up Dreaming’ . ” Perhaps The TODAY Show summed it up best as “an absolute bop . ”

“Waking Up Dreaming” marked her first release in five years since 2017’s critically acclaimed, Now , which bowed at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and #1 on the Top Country Albums Chart upon arrival. It also arrives on the heels of her blockbuster career-spanning documentary Not Just A Girl —streaming on Netflix now. It was notably produced by Mercury Studios and directed by Joss Crowley . To accompany the film, she also presented the compilation album Not Just A Girl (The Highlights) available HERE .  And in other news this once-in-a-generation Renaissance Woman joins the star-studded cast of Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration in the role of Mrs. Potts, premiering on ABC December 15 and streaming on Disney+ as of December 16.

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The tour is in support of Shania’s forthcoming album Queen of Me, out February 3, 2023

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Today, five-time GRAMMY® Award-winning legend and the best-selling female artist in country music history Shania Twain announced the second leg of her 2023 Queen of Me Tour . Due to phenomenal demand following the wildly successful announcement of the first leg, Shania is adding 19 new fall dates to her highly anticipated tour. The tour is in support of Shania ’s forthcoming album Queen of Me , out February 3, 2023 – pre-order/pre-save HERE .

Produced by Live Nation, leg two kicks off on Thursday, October 12th in San Antonio, TX at AT&T Center with stops across North America in Nashville, Toronto, Buffalo, Edmonton and more before wrapping up on Tuesday, November 14th at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC. Full routing for both legs of the tour is available below.

The Queen of Me Tour marks one of Shania Twain’s biggest tours to date with over 70 dates taking place across North America and Europe next year. This is also her first tour in nearly five years, following a highly successful residency run in Las Vegas.

TICKETS: Tickets for the newly added dates go on sale starting Friday, December 16th at LiveNation.com.

PRESALE: Citi is the official card of the North American leg of the Queen of Me Tour . Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, December 13th at 10am local time until Thursday, December 15th at 10pm local time through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit www.citientertainment.com .

Shania and Live Nation have announced that $1 of every ticket purchased to Shania’s “Queen Of Me” Tour will be donated to SKC. Established in 2010 by Shania Twain, SKC provides services that promote positive change in children’s lives in times of crises and economic hardship. SKC provides children with one-on-one consultations, academic support and group activities, as well as nutritious snacks and meal programs where needed, all while in the safe, confidence-building environment that is the Shania Kids Can Clubhouse. These children are learning the skills to cope with and overcome family hardships which, in turn, improves their ability to succeed in school. For more information about Shania Kids Can, please visit: www.shaniakidscan.com

This evening, Shania Twain will also receive the Music Icon award at the 2022 People’s Choice Awards . As the top-selling female country pop artist of all time, Twain is being honored for her record-breaking career which has spanned over four decades. With such enormous hits like “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!,” Twain has expertly bridged the gap between country and pop music, leaving an everlasting impact on the music industry and pop culture. The 2022 People’s Choice Awards will air on NBC and E! at 9:00pm ET/6:00pm PT from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, CA.

In addition to receiving the award, Twain will take the stage to perform a medley of her greatest hits as well as her new song “Waking Up Dreaming” off her forthcoming sixth album ‘Queen of Me,’ set for release on February 3, 2023 via Republic Records. It will mark her first return to the PCAs stage since 2005, when she took home the award for Favorite Country Female Singer.

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This fall, legendary rock bands, country stars, comedians and more are coming to spice things up - and we don't mean pumpkin spice - in Knoxville.

Classic rock bands Guns N’ Roses, KISS and Chicago and country legends Shania Twain, Tanya Tucker and The Chicks all are slated to perform in venues in the city.

Fans of Kevin Gates, Wayne Newton and Peppa Pig can get excited because they’ll be here, too. And comedians Jo Koy, Daniel Tosh and Lewis Black will stop by to bring the laughs.

Check out all the musicians, comedians and shows you can enjoy in Knoxville this fall.

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Blue October

Sept. 8 – Mill and Mine

  • Alternative rock band Blue October has charted 17 Top 40 singles on Billboard charts, including “Down Here Waiting,” from their September 2023 album “Spinning the Truth Around: Part II.” The band is best known for platinum singles "Hate Me" and "Into the Ocean."
  • Tickets: $43+
  • Showtime: 8 p.m.

Sept. 8 – Bijou Theatre

  • Billboard named Kidd G to its “21 Under 21” list in the 2023 for the second consecutive year. The rising country music artist with hip hop influences amassed 538 million streams since debuting on the Billboard charts in 2020. His latest singles include “I Don’t Dance,” Daylight Savings” and “Lesson Learned.”
  • Tickets: $22+

Guns N’ Roses

Sept. 12 – Thompson-Boling Arena

  • Legendary rock band Guns N’ Roses is one of the biggest-selling music acts of all-time with popular songs such as “Welcome to the Jungle,” Sweet Child O’ Mine” and “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” The band Dirty Honey is the special guest for the Knoxville show of the Gun N’ Roses world tour.
  • Tickets: $103+
  • Showtime: 6:30 p.m.

Autumn Nicholas

Sept. 13 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Singer-songwriter Autumn Nicholas blends pop soul melodies with acoustic Americana. They are a co-founder of eQuality Events, an organization that creates opportunities for music to transcend gender, identity, genre and color. Adeem the Artist is the special guest.
  • Tickets: $35
  • Showtime: 7:30 p.m.

Wayne Newton

Sept. 14 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Mr. Las Vegas is coming to Knoxville. Since starting his prolific Vegas career in the 1950s, classic crooner Wayne Newton has performed 50,000 shows for more than 40 million people. He just extended his current Vegas residency through 2024, but Knoxvillians can get “up close and personal” with the entertainer as he sings his biggest hits and shares stories.
  • Tickets: $44.50+

ZOSO: Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience

Sept. 15 – Bijou Theatre

  • ZOSO is celebrating 28 years as one of the top Led Zeppelin tribute bands. The quartet formed in the mid-‘90s and has performed more than 4,500 shows. The L.A. Times described the group as “head and shoulders above all other Led Zeppelin tributes.”
  • Tickets: $25+

Knoxville Symphony: William Shaub plays Mozart

Sept. 17 – Bijou Theatre

  • Knoxville Symphony’s chamber concert series opens with Mozart. William Shaub tackles Mozart’s most expansive violin solo Violin Concerto No. 5. Dame Ethel Smyth’s first orchestral work, “Serenade in D Major,” and Jorge Variego’s, “BLINK,” bookend the program.
  • Tickets: $20+
  • Showtime: 2:30 p.m.

Daniel Tosh

Sept. 18 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Comedian Daniel Tosh is making his away across the South for his “Sweet T” tour. Tosh become a popular internet sensation, which led to late night appearances, comedy specials and the long-running “Tosh.0” Comedy Central series.
  • Tickets: $45
  • Showtime: 7 and 9:30 p.m.

Sept. 21 – Thompson-Boling Arena

  • The Chicks had to reschedule their July concert to Sept. 21. The 13-time Grammy-winning trio is known for songs such as “Not Ready to Make Nice” and “Wide Open Spaces.” Their most recent album, “Gaslighter,” was released in 2020. Canadian folk band Wild Rivers will perform also.
  • Tickets: $38+

More: Tim McGraw coming to Knoxville in 2024! Here’s how to get tickets

Emily Ann Roberts

Sept. 21 – Bijou Theatre

  • From Knoxville to the Grand Ole’ Opry, Emily Ann Roberts’ star continues to rise. The Knoxville native is celebrating the release of her debut album at the Bijou. “Can’t Hide Country” comes out Sept. 22. Roberts co-wrote most of the songs and collaborated with Ricky Skaggs and Vince Gill. “Walkin’ Shoes” and “Chickens” are her latest singles.
  • Tickets: $21.50+

Christopher Titus

Sept. 22 – Bijou Theatre

  • Part confessional, part therapy and all laughs, comedian Christopher Titus explores family, mental illness and even suicide in his “Carrying Monsters” show. Titus recently released “Zero Side Effects," his 10 th comedy special, in which he tackles white supremacy, millennials and Gen Z, and he recounts a life-altering dental experience.
  • Tickets: $25

Sept. 24 – Knoxville Civic Coliseum

  • Jo Koy is one of today’s top standup comics. Drawing inspiration from his son and his Filipino-American family, Koy has new material for his world tour. And he’s set to have two new Netflix specials in 2024.
  • Tickets: $61+

The War and Treaty

Sept. 25 – Bijou Theatre

  • Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter are a husband-and-wife duo that gives revival-like performances with their joyful fusion of Southern soul, gospel, country and rock-and-roll. They have collaborated with Dierks Bentley, Mumford & Sons, Sturgill Simpson, and have opened for artists John Legend, Brandi Carlile and Lauren Daigle.
  • This is a rescheduled show from May 11. Original tickets are still valid.
  • Tickets: $26+

More: Country star Zach Bryan bringing Quittin' Time tour to Knoxville's Thompson-Boling Arena

Sept. 26 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Billboard name Chicago as one of the top 125 artists of all time. The classic rock band is known for hits “You're the Inspiration," "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" and "Hard Habit to Break." The band released its 38 th album, “Born for This Moment,” in 2022. Chicago is the first American rock band to have Top 40 albums in six consecutive decades.
  • Tickets: Check Ticketmaster for availability

Sept. 27 – Thompson-Boling Arena

  • The Canadian rock band is bringing its Get Rollin’ tour (and a custom six-wheeled “boogie van”) to Knoxville. Nickelback is known for the songs “Photograph,” "How You Remind Me,” “Rockstar” and “Someday.”

Tanya Tucker

Sept. 28 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Tanya Tucker is on her “Sweet Western Sound” tour in support of her album of the same name, released in June. The album is a collection of new songs featuring her iconic assertive and confident sound.
  • Tickets: $39.50+

Oct. 7 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Married couple Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano translate memories and milestones into soulful anthems. The singer-songwriter duo experiments with pop, folk, soul and blues sounds. Their self-titled album, “Johnnyswim,” was released in 2022.

Here Come the Mummies

Oct. 12 – Tennessee Amphitheater

  • The funk rock band of Grammy winning Nashville musicians dressed as Egyptian mummies is the final show of the Concerts for Our Own fundraising series . Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Knoxville area charities The Love Kitchen, Breast Connect and Special Spaces.
  • The concert is at the Tennessee Amphitheater at World's Fair Park and tickets are available at concertsforourown.org .

Dylan Scott

Oct. 12 – Mill and Mine

  • Country pop singer Dylan Scott is living his best life. He has seen steady success since releasing his first album in 2016 and released his second, “Livin’ My Best Life,” in 2022. Scott most recently performed the national anthem at the 2023 USFL Championship Game in Ohio.
  • Tickets: $36.50+

Shania Twain

Oct. 16 – Thompson-Boling Arena

  • Country superstar Shania Twain has sold more than 100 million records, and she’s not done. The “Queen of Me” tour is Twain’s first in five years. Though she’s known for hits including “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” the tour is in support of her sixth album, “Queen of Me,’ which was released earlier this year.
  • Tickets: $78+

'RuPaul’s Drag Race': Night of the Living Drag

Oct. 17 – Knoxville Civic Coliseum

  • Sashay into “The Twilight Zone” with stars of “RuPaul's Drag Race” for the 12th Annual Night of the Living Drag tour. This fun Halloween show is hosted by “Drag Race” season 11 winner Yvie Oddly and features Angeria, Denali, Icesis Couture, Jaida Essence Hall, Jorgeous, Plastique, Rose and Tayce. This event is 18 and older.
  • Tickets: 48.50+

Disney on Ice

Oct. 19-22 – Knoxville Civic Coliseum

  • Join Mickey Mouse and his friends for an adventurous search party filled with world-class skating, high-flying acrobatics and unexpected stunts! During the ice show, explore the colorful spirit realm of Coco, sail away with Moana, sing-along with Elsa from “Frozen” and so much more.
  • Everyone age 2 and older must have a ticket. Costumes are not permitted for people age 14 and older.
  • Tickets: $33+
  • Showtimes: 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m., noon, 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Lewis Black

Oct. 26 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Lewis Black is “off the rails” with his new comedy tour. The comedian has made audiences laugh for decade with his trademark comedic style of yelling and finger pointing to expose the absurdities of life.

Chris Renzema

Oct. 26 – Mill and Mine

  • Chris Renzema blends indie rock, contemporary Christian and folk music to create his own sound. The Nashville-based singer released his latest album, “Manna Pt. 1” in August.

Disney Junior Live

Oct. 27 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Join the Mickey and Minnie and their pals Goofy, Doc McStuffins, the Puppy Dog Pals and even a few Marvel superhero buddies for a costumepalooza. The show starring Disney Junior characters live on stage is packed with singing, dancing and acrobatics.
  • Showtime: 6 p.m.

SIX: The Musical

Oct. 31-Nov. 5 – Tennessee Theatre

  • From Tudor Queens to Queens of Pop! The six wives of Henry VIII take center stage in this epic concert that’s 500 years in the making and is a celebration of girl power. The Broadway musical won two Tony Awards in 2022. The live cast recording of "SIX" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard cast album charts and surpassed 6 million streams in its first month.
  • Tickets: Check Ticketmaster for availability.
  • Showtimes: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31-Nov. 2 | 8 p.m. Nov. 3 | 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Nov. 4 | 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 5

Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue

Nov. 1 – Mill and Mine

  • Grammy-winning trombone and trumpet player Trombone Shorty has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the music industry, including Lenny Kravitz, U2, Janelle Monae, Steven Tyler, Jon Batiste, Queen Latifah, Eric Clapton and many more. He is known for his New Orleans jazz sound.
  • Tickets: $42

Kelsea Ballerini: The Homecoming Show

Nov. 2 - Thompson-Boling Arena

  • Country star and Knoxville native Kelsea Ballerini will come home for a one-night-only concert at Thompson-Boling Arena. It's Ballerini's first headlining arena show, organizers say. In promotional images for “The Homecoming Show,” she's got a Vols jacket casually slung over one shoulder. Ingrid Andress and Georgia Webster will open for her.
  • Tickets: Tickets for Kelsea’s fan club go on sale at 10 a.m. Sept. 13. Tickets for the general public go on sale  through Ticketmaster  at 10 a.m. Sept. 15.
  • Showtime: 7 p.m.

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Nov. 3 – Thompson-Boling Arena

  • Fronted by lead vocalist Maynard James Keenan, Tool, an alternative metal band, formed in 1990. The band's most recent album, “Fear Inoculum,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart when it was released in 2019. It received critical acclaim. Tool has won four Grammy awards and released five albums.
  • Tickets: $164+

Lil Wayne: Welcome to tha Carter Tour

Nov. 16 - Thompson-Boling Arena

  • Lil Wayne is rolling into Knoxville this fall, adding a Knoxville stop to the “Welcome to tha Carter Tour" that kicked off in April. The rapper, winner of five Grammys, and 16 BET Hip Hop Awards, released his latest single, “Kat Food,” in early September.
  • Tickets: Go on sale starting at 10 a.m. Sept. 15 via  Ticketmaster .

Peppa Pig: Sing-Along Party

Nov. 19 – Tennessee Theatre

  • Bounce, boogie, sing, and clap with Peppa, George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. In this new 60-minute interactive musical, Peppa and crew teach the audience favorite songs from the show, including “Peppa Party Time” and "The Bing Bong Song."
  • Tickets: $35+
  • Showtime: 2 p.m.

Nov. 19 – Knoxville Civic Coliseum

  • The Newsboys are one of the biggest Christian rock bands in history, selling more than 10 million records since forming in the ‘80s. The Grammy-nominated band’s signature songs are “We Believe,” “Born Again” and the hit “God’s Not Dead,” which inspired a film franchise of the same name.

More: Aerosmith announces ‘Peace Out’ farewell tour. Here’s how to get Knoxville tickets

Nov. 24 – Thompson-Boling Arena

  • See KISS one last time. The classic rock band is making a pitstop in Knoxville on its "End of the Road” world tour, which is expected to be its final tour ever. The band started 50 years ago, in New York City in 1973. KISS was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.
  • Tickets: $123+

Kevin Gates

Nov. 30 – Knoxville Civic Coliseum

  • Kevin Gates has “2 Phones” and he’s calling Knoxville. The rapper is making a stop at the Civic Auditorium on his “Only Generals” tour. Gates has released five top 10 albums and mixtapes. His latest single, “Breakfast,” was released earlier this year.
  • Tickets: $51.50+

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Charlie Colin, founding member of the band Train, dies at 58 after slipping in shower

Train bassist and founding member Charlie Colin has died at 58

BRUSSELS -- Charlie Colin, bassist and founding member of the band Train, best known for their early-aughts hits like “Drops of Jupiter" and “Meet Virginia,” has died. He was 58.

Colin’s sister Carolyn Stephens confirmed her brother's death to The Associated Press on Wednesday. He died after slipping and falling in the shower while house-sitting for a friend in Brussels, celebrity website TMZ.com reported.

Colin grew up in Southern California, later attending Berklee College of Music in Boston. After college, he played in a group called Apostles guitarist Jimmy Stafford and singer Rob Hotchkiss. The band eventually dissolved, and Colin moved to Singapore for a year to write jingles.

Eventually, Colin, Hotchkiss and Stafford relocated to San Francisco, where Train formed in the early '90s with singer Pat Monahan. Colin brought in drummer Scott Underwood to round out the group, according to an interview with Colin and Hotchkiss in Berklee’s alumni magazine.

As a founding member of the pop-rock band, Colin played on the band's first three records, 1998's self-titled album, 2001's “Drops of Jupiter” and 2003's “My Private Nation." The latter two releases peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart.

“Meet Virginia,” from Train's debut album, broke the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100, but it was their sophomore album that confirmed the band's success.

The eight-times platinum title track “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" featured the Rolling Stones ' session pianist Chuck Leavell and Leonard Cohen’s string orchestrator Paul Buckmaster and was written about the death of Monahan's mother. It hit No. 5 on the Billboard chart and earned two Grammys, including best rock song.

Colin left Train in 2003 because of substance abuse.

“Charlie is one incredible bass player, but he was in a lot of pain, and the way he was dealing with it was very painful for everyone else around him," Monahan told NBC San Diego.

In 2015, he reunited with Hotchkiss to start a new band called Painbirds, alongside Tom Luce. In 2017, he formed another band, the Side Deal, with Sugar Ray’s Stan Frazier and the PawnShop Kings’ Joel and Scott Owen.

On Wednesday, a tribute to Colin appeared on Train's social media pages.

“When I met Charlie Colin, front left, I fell in love with him. He was the sweetest guy and what a handsome chap. Let’s make a band that’s the only reasonable thing to do,” it reads.

“His unique bass playing a beautiful guitar work helped get folks to notice us in SF and beyond. I’ll always have a warm place for him in my heart. I always tried to pull him closer but he had a vision of his own. You’re a legend, Charlie. Go charm the pants off those angels,” the unsigned post continued.

Prior to his death, Colin documented his time in Brussels, deeming it “officially my favorite city” in a March Instagram post.

Colin also worked as the musical director of the Newport Beach Film Festival.

“Charlie was a special part of the Newport Beach Film Festival family,” said Todd Quartararo, co-founder of the Newport Beach Film Festival. “His heart, compassion and creativity will surely be missed.”

He is survived by his parents, sister and niece.

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Members of music group Train (L-R) Scott Underwood, Charlie Colin, Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford and Rob Hotchkiss attend the "United We Stand" benefit concert October 21, 2001 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) Getty Images

A founding member of the pop-rock band Train is dead at age 58, according to a new report from TMZ .

Charlie Colin, a bassist for the Grammy-winning music group for a decade, died after slipping and falling in a shower in Brussels, Belgium. Colin’s mother told TMZ that the accident occurred while he was house-sitting for a friend; his body was discovered when his friend returned from a trip five days ago.

Colin’s sister confirmed his death to Variety .

Colin was living in Brussels at the time, teaching a music master class at a conservatory, his mother told TMZ. He was also reportedly working on music for a film and served as musical director for the Newport Beach Film Festival.

Colin formed Train in the ‘90s with singer Pat Monahan and fellow founding members Rob Hotchkiss, Jimmy Stafford and Scott Underwood. Colin played bass on Train’s first three albums, including “Meet Virginia” and the Grammy-winning smash hit “Drops of Jupiter.”

Colin left the group in 2003 due to substance abuse, according to Variety. He later performed with bands like Slipknot and Puddle of Mudd, plus formed the band Painbirds (with Hotchkiss) and Side Deal (with Sugar Ray’s Stan Frazier and the PawnShop Kings’ Joel and Scott Owen).

Train has not yet commented on Colin’s death.

The band, also known for songs like “Hey Soul Sister,” “Marry Me” and “Drive By,” begins its summer tour next month with four concerts scheduled in Upstate New York . Train will perform July 19 at the Artpark in Lewiston and three shows with REO Speedwagon on July 23 at the Broadview Stage at SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), July 24 at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, and July 31 at the Empower FCU Amphitheater in Syracuse.

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Train breaks silence on bassist Charlie Colin’s shocking death at 58: ‘Legend’

Train is honoring one of their own.

The band released a statement Wednesday after news broke that founding member and bassist Charlie Colin died at the age of 58.

“When I met Charlie Colin, front left, I fell in love with him,” began the statement, shared on the band’s X and Instagram accounts.

“He was THE sweetest guy and what a handsome chap. Let’s make a band that’s the only reasonable thing to do,” the group continued. “His unique bass playing a beautiful guitar work helped get folks to notice us in SF and beyond. I’ll always have a warm place for him in my heart. I always tried to pull him closer but he had a vision of his own.”

Train added: “You’re a legend, Charlie. Go charm the pants off those angels.”

The tribute featured a black-and-white photo of the band’s original members: Colin, Pat Monahan, Rob Hotchkiss, Jimmy Stafford and Scott Underwood.

The San Francisco band formed in the ’90s and their breakout album was 1998’s “Train.” 

Train is best known for the hit songs “Drops of Jupiter” and “Hey, Soul Sister.” 

TMZ reported  Wednesday that Colin died after he slipped and fell in the shower while house-sitting for a friend in Brussels, according to the musician’s mother. 

He was found when his friends returned home from their trip, she said. 

Originally from Newport Beach, Calif., Colin was a member of Train from the band’s formation until 2003, after they won two Grammys in 2002. 

He reportedly left due to substance abuse issues.

“There was a lot of things that led to me leaving, but it really escalated into it,” Colin said last year in an interview with  “Delphine’s Circle.”  “We never took a break. We drove our tour bus into the parking lot of the recording studio for our second and third record. In Philadelphia, we made our one-and-a-half record … We just never stopped. It’s kind of one those things where you feel like this is too good to be true. Most bands have a lifespan of a few years.”

As of this year, Train consists of Monahan, Taylor Locke, Hector Maldonado, Jerry Becker and Matt Musty. 

Train breaks silence on bassist Charlie Colin’s shocking death at 58: ‘Legend’

Charlie Colin, founding member of Train, dies at 58: 'The sweetest guy'

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Charlie Colin, one of the founding members of the San Francisco-born pop rock band Train , has died. He was 58.

"When I met Charlie Colin, I fell in love with him. He was THE sweetest guy and what a handsome chap," the band said in a statement shared on social media Wednesday, alongside a photo of the band's five members.

The post continued, "Let's make a band that's the only reasonable thing to do. His unique bass playing (and) beautiful guitar work helped get folks to notice us in SF and beyond. I’ll always have a warm place for him in my heart. I always tried to pull him closer but he had a vision of his own. You're a legend, Charlie. Go charm the pants off those angels."

TMZ first reported the news, citing a statement from Colin's mother. Colin's sister confirmed his death to Variety .

Founded by Pat Monahan, Rob Hotchkiss, Jimmy Stafford, Scott Underwood and Colin in the early 1990s, with Colin recruited as the bassist, Train has produced a number of chart-topping hits including " Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me) ," which won the Grammy for best rock song in 2002; " Hey, Soul Sister "; " Calling All Angels " and " Meet Virginia ."

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After "Hey, Soul Sister" debuted in 2009, it peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the band's highest-charting track.

Now, Monahan is the last original member still playing in the band, which went on a hiatus from 2006 and 2009 following the release of their fourth album, "For Me, It's You." The band's 2009 LP "Save Me, San Francisco" revived the band with hits "Hey, Soul Sister," "If It's Love" and "Marry Me."

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Charlie Colin was also part of bands the Apostles and Painbirds

Colin and Hotchkiss – who both grew up in Newport Beach, California, and separately attended Berklee College of Music in Boston – reconnected as young adults when Hotchkiss formed his band the Apostles, according to the Southern California newspaper The Daily Pilot .

After going their separate ways following the closure of the record label that had signed them, Hotchkiss met Monahan in San Francisco and soon recruited Colin, who brought on Underwood as their drummer.

"We'd play anywhere, even in laundromats," Colin told The Daily Pilot in 2015. "Train became very successful."

He left the group in 2003 as he was dealing with substance abuse issues, with Hotchkiss following not far behind.

"I had a really great run, but it was difficult," Colin told The Daily Pilot.

A decade later, they formed a new band called Painbirds with Underwood and Tom Luce, the lead singer of the band Luce.

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