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  • Dec 9, 1998
    Shania Twain's "Come On Over" is recognized for shipments of 7 million units
    Dec 10, 1998
    Shania Twain performs at the Amnesty International Concert For Human Rights Defenders at Bercy Stadium in Paris. Others on the bill include Radiohead, Peter Gabriel, Alanis Morissette, Tracy Chapman, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
    Dec 11, 1998
    Shania Twain performs "You're Still The One" during the Nobel Peace Prize concert at the Spektrum Arena in Oslo, Norway. Also on the bill are Elton John, Phil Collins, The Cranberries and Alanis Morissette
    Jan 5, 1999
    Shania Twain's "You're Still The One" receives Grammy nominations for Record and Song of the Year, while "Come On Over" is up for Album of the Year. The Dixie Chicks are finalists for Best New Artist. It marks the first time country acts have made each of the top four Grammy categories in one year
    Jan 11, 1999
    Garth Brooks wins a pair of trophies at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles. Other country victors include Shania Twain, Alabama and The Dixie Chicks
    Jan 17, 1999
    Shania Twain shoots her first TV special, "Winter Break," for CBS in Miami. Elton John joins her to sing "You're Still The One," and The Backstreet Boys accompany her during "From This Moment On"
    Jan 18, 1999

    Shania Twain is hailed as one of "The New Pop Divas" on the cover of People magazine with Whitney Houston, Jewel, Madonna, Celine Dion and Mariah Carey

    Jan 21, 1999
    Elektra releases the album "1999 Grammy Nominees." The Dixie Chicks' "Wide Open Spaces" and Shania Twain's "You're Still The One" are featured, along with Sting, Eric Clapton, Brian McKnight, Madonna and Lauryn Hill, among others
    Jan 27, 1999
    Shania Twain's album "Come On Over" reaches the 8 million mark in shipments
    Feb 21, 1999
    Shania Twain makes the cover of the USA Weekend Sunday newspaper insert. "My biggest fear, as a child, was that I would lose my voice," she confesses. "I had awful nightmares about getting hit in the throat. My voice was the only real thing that I had"

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