Five-time Grammy winner Shania Twain made the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas her home for two years, having performed over one hundred shows to supporters from all over the world. With her signature of melding country with pop music, Shania Twain added a thirteen-piece band and a number of other features such as dancers and a flying motorcycle to not only put on a show, but one that was fitting of the glitzy traditions associated with Vegas. Such was the overwhelming success of these Vegas performances that the decision was made to release a live album as a memento for those fans who attended, but also for those who were unfortunate to not witness this live extravaganza. ‘Still The One – Live From Vegas’ is the documented evidence of Shania Twain’s residency in Vegas available as a live CD on Mercury Nashville as well as DVD and Blu-ray from Eagle Rock. With the album containing her well-known hit singles ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman’ and ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’ that many no doubt were waiting to hear, ‘Still The One – Live From Vegas’ is finely tuned with a sample of Shania Twain’s earlier work with the more country than pop ‘No One Needs To Know’ and ‘Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?’ to name two such examples. With this album being produced by Shania Twain herself, the hands on approach and dedication to her song writing is evident throughout as ‘Still The One – Live From Vegas’ serves as a perfect reminder for those who witnessed one of these live performances.