Shania Twain On Being Reputable And Finding Her Voice ‘Now’

When you first began discussing the loss of your singing voice years back, you spoke of dysphonia but didn’t initially connect it to Lyme disease.
On the occasion of the release of her new album, Twain talked with NPR about making the most of her new voice.
Shania Twain: I think this happened quite naturally, because I isolated myself to write the album.
I’ve learned a lot of new things about my voice and I’ve developed a lot of nuance to my voice that I hadn’t explored before.
So I might be in my head voice where before I would’ve been in a chest voice.

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