“Shania Twain: Rock This Country,” a new exhibit spotlighting the life and career of the “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” singer, opens this month at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Twain toured the showcase for the first time this week and was visibly moved by revisiting so many memories. (Watch the video above.)
“I didn’t appreciate it at the time because it was so fast,” she tells Rolling Stone Country of the experience that was her Nineties rocket ride. “I think I need a mattress to I can stay overnight and just sit with it all.”
The “Rock This Country” exhibit features costumes from Twain’s famous videos, candid photos and personal items that chart her journey from small town Canadian girl to global sensation.
“It’s a walk down memory lane, to sad times, happy times,” she says. “Just a reflection not only on my career, but my life.”
“Shania Twain: Rock This Country” will be open to the public through July 2018. The singer will release her new album, Now, on September 29th.